Top 5 restaurants in Chelsea

A quick guide to some of the top restaurants in and around Chelsea

June 15, 2012 14:27 | Food and Drink | By Jonathan Lloyd 200907_jl
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

There is a lot to do and see when visiting London and before you set off on your travels you tend to have an itinerary of what attractions you want to visit. The same applies to those showing a client around the capital. You know where you will be travelling to and in what order, but have you thought about the closest restaurants to pop into after seeing the local attractions? If you haven’t then this guide will help you plan your day effectively.

Chelsea is an affluent area that is home to superb shopping districts, an established flower show and some remarkable history. Once the home of Oscar Wilde, this is also an area for book worms to visit.
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay (68 Royal Hospital Road, London, SW3 4HP)
Review upon review rave about every aspect of dinning at Gordon Ramsey’s restaurant. From the service to the food that is presented to each diner, this is one restaurant worth visiting. If you want to impress a client or wish to take a loved one to a romantic dinner, Restaurant Gordon Ramsey is the place for you. 
Cuisine: French
Telephone number: 020 3589 1683
Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley  (The Berkeley, Wilton Place, London, SW1X 7RL)
If you’re searching for sophisticated fine dining cooked by a chef that has been awarded two Michelin stars, then Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley is the place to eat. This restaurant has become the hot spot in Chelsea for those wishing to experience food from some of Britain’s most talented chefs. 
Cuisine: French
Telephone number: 020 3544 6065
Tom Aikens (43 Elystan Street, London, SW3 3NT)
Known for its imaginative and intricate take on French cuisine, Tom Aikens takes his diners’ taste buds to another world. The extensive menu consists of six or eight course tasting meals, an À la carte lunch and dinner menu, and set lunch.
Cuisine: French
Telephone number: 020 7584 2003
Bar Boulud at the Mandarin Oriental  (Mandarin Oriental, 66 Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7LA)
From the intricate take of French cuisine of Tom Aikens, Daniel Boulud offers guests a different dining experience, presenting a soulful interpretation of French cuisine. With three Michelin stars under his belt you can imagine the aromas and tastes that will be on offer at Bar Boulud at the Mandarin Oriental.
Cuisine: French
Telephone number: 020 7201 3773
Benihana Chelsea (77 King's Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 4NX)
Private dining and lounge areas are offered to Benihana diners, with your very own chef preparing your meal at the table,  making this one of the best places to take a client for a memorable dinner. With friendly and attentive staff, aromatic dishes and an intimate atmosphere you can expect nothing more than the perfect dining experience. 
Cuisine: Japanese
Telephone number: 020 7376 7799
Top 5 restaurants in Chelsea has been written on behalf of by Refresh Corporate who specialise in offering corporate serviced apartments in London.

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