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18 London Restaurants near Sloane Square Tube Station Bookable Online

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Boisdale Of Belgravia

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Boisdale Of Belgravia overall rating 5/5
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15 Eccleston Street, Belgravia
London
SW1W 9LX

Phone: 02077306922  Fax: 02077300548

Boisdale of Belgravia, London's best-loved shrine to all things Scottish, is located next to Eton Square, a short stroll from Victoria Station. The Restaurant serves the greatest 36-day dry-aged Aberdeenshire beef in London and in the Macdonald Bar you will find one of the world's finest selections of malt whiskies and Cuban cigars. Every night live world-class classic jazz and blues are performed at Boisdale. Adjoining the restaurant is the Courtyard Garden with a retractable roof for al fresco dining in summer and the Back Bar serving a good selection of draft ales. The Cigar Terrace is completely covered and on the first floor roof with sofas, armchairs, and cushions as well as overhead heaters and tartan rugs for the winter. The Jacobite Room is a richly paneled room ideal for private lunches and dinners and has plasma screen and conference call facilities.

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Brasserie One

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1 Great George Street
London
SW1P 3AA

Phone: 02076652340  Fax: 02076652208

For relaxing and sophisticated dining in central London, Brasserie One offers excellently presented mouth-watering European cuisine in a contemporary setting. Situated at One Great George Street, the home of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Brasserie One is open from 12:00 to 14:30 every weekday lunch time. Delicious selections of dishes are specially created by the chefs and offer a great range. A full a la carte menu is available and updated on a regular basis with main dishes starting from £11.00. For a quick informal meal, the adjacent Café Bar is also open for breakfast, snacks and lunch. Brasserie One and Café Bar area is now also available for private hire on a weekday evening. Suitable for parties of up to 100, the space is ideal for a drinks reception, dinner or buffet.

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Conran's Bluebird Restaurant

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People think the food and service is okay and like the ambience
Conran's Bluebird Restaurant overall rating 3/5
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350 King's Road
London
SW3 5UU

Phone: 02075591000  Fax: 02075591111

Bluebird Chelsea is a local neighbourhood restaurant on a grand scale, set in the heart of London's bustling Kings Road. With a restaurant, bar, café, courtyard, food store, wine cellar, 4 private rooms and a bakery, there is something for everyone.

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Geales - Chelsea

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1 Cale Street
London
SW3 3QT

Phone: 02079650555  Fax: 02034894639

Geales - Chelsea specialises in delicious fish and seafood. Established in 1939, Geales is a popular neighbourhood fish restaurant with an emphasis on sustainably sourced produce. With an elegant and bright dining room, Geales restaurant has classical décor and well dressed tables. The service is friendly and attentive, while the charming interior has a warm, relaxing ambience. Delicious main courses on the Geales menu include fresh haddock cooked in crispy batter, grilled fillet of beef with half a lobster or Geales classic fish pie. Other tasty classics include the seafood platter with fresh lobster, squid and tiger prawns, seaside pick and mix or tempura soft shell crab. There is an affordable set lunch menu, with 2 courses. Open 7 days a week, Geales in Chelsea Green serves classic British favourites in stylish surroundings. Located on Cale Street, Geales fish restaurant is within easy reach of South Kensington Tube Station.

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Great Taste at The Cadogan

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21 Pont Street, Knightsbridge
London
SW1X 9SG

Phone: 08000235445  Fax: 02072450994

For nearly 2 decades, Great Taste gold stars have been the ultimate accolade for speciality and artisan food producers, and now this new showcase restaurant Great Taste at The Cadogan offers the chance of a satisfying sampling session. Under the direction of Head Chef Oliver Lesnik, award-winning ingredients including Daylesford eggs, Kentish cobnut oil and Cartmel sticky toffee pudding are weaved into the menus, and guest curators, including Xanthe Clay, Lucas Holliweg and Fay Maschler have devised dishes that champion the best of the nation's independent producers. The Cadogan has been serving a traditional Afternoon Tea since 1887. An ideal and discreet place to stop for tea after a busy afternoon of shopping at Harrods or Harvey Nichols nearby. As soon as you pass into the Drawing Room, there is a sense of tranquility and timelessness. Sink into the deep comfortable sofas and armchairs and enjoy the peace. Indulge in traditional Afternoon Tea creations by Executive chef Oliver Lesnik.

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Il Convivio

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143, Ebury St
London
SW1 W 9QN

Phone: 02077304099  Fax: 02077304103

Walking into the Il Convivio restaurant, you will find a small number of sought after tables at street level, overlooking Ebury Street. Walk down into the main body of the restaurant, with a skylight bathing natural light on the airy and spacious dining room. A few more steps down will lead you to a charming bar area, perfect for pre or after dinner drinks. The restaurant has a conservatory at the back for al fresco dining, with the advantage of an electric roof to enable year round dining. The conservatory features cedar wood decking and the theme continue into the restaurant with limestone and cedar wood panels. Beautiful, deep red walls are embossed with words taken from Dante's poetry, lending an air of romanticism to this elegant restaurant.


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