South Kensington is not only home to world-famous museums and galleries but also a vibrant restaurant scene.
Whether you decide to spend your day visiting the Science Museum and Natural History Museum, or go shopping at the fashionable high-streets of Chelsea and Knightsbridge, there is nothing better than to refuel with a delicious meal.
And with so many restaurants to choose from, our lovely Concierge team at Cheval Harrington Court selected their top 5 eateries in South Kensington.
Carluccio’s – South Kensington
Inspired by the cooking of Antonio Carluccio, this all-day dining restaurant serves authentic Italian dishes. Start your day with a hearty Italian breakfast or enjoy classic dishes for lunch and dinner – and if you fancy taking a little piece of Italy home, there is also a food shop and deli.
Wright Brothers Oyster Bar
Enjoy some of the freshest seafood in London at Wright Brothers Oysters Bar, serving ingredients sourced from their very own fisheries. Head Chef Colin Pritchard prepares simple but beautiful dishes. And if you fancy a tipple after your meal, the downstairs bar is a heaven for cocktail lovers.
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No visit to London should go without a visit to an English gastropub. Bumpkin serves modern British cuisine, fine wines and a good ale. If you are visiting on a Sunday, you must try the classic Sunday roast.
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Claude Bosi at Bibendum
Located in the unmissable ‘Michelin House’ , Bibendum serves French fine dining at its best. If you are a seafood lover, you should try the Bibendum Oyster Bar, which is also open for breakfast (sausages included).
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Cambio De Tercio Tapas
Enjoy authentic Andalusian flair at Cambio De Tercio Tapas with great food accompanied by fantastic wines. Opened in 1995, this Spanish restaurant has been serving classic Spanish cuisine ever since.