Places to go in Chelsea
300 King's Road, Chelsea, SW3 5UH [map]
Byron are a restaurant chain that specialise in hamburgers.
Home & Gift
27 King's Road, Chelsea, SW3 4RP [map]
Cath Kidston is famous for her vintage inspired prints on everything from clothing and accessories to a variety of homewares and home furnishings.
125 Sydney Street, SW3 6NR [map]
Despite the name, you won't find farmers selling their wares at Chelsea Farmers' Market. Instead, this quiet enclave off Kings Road is a scenic square with one-off shops and restaurants with al fresco dining.
119 Kings Road, Chelsea, SW3 4PL [map]
Situated in the heart of the once trendiest street in the world, the Chelsea Potter on the King’s Road is a traditional English pub and boasts a long history that has made it a favourite with the likes of Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones.
51 Beauchamp Place, South Kensington, SW3 1NY [map]
Ciro's Pizza Pomodoro has a loud and vivacious atmosphere and is always busy.
1 Lawrence Street, Chelsea, SW3 5NB [map]
The recently refurbished Cross Keys has a new restaurant with a retractable roof for summer, a fine wine list and Tabletap where you can pour your own pint at the table to avoid queuing.
206 Kings Road, Chelsea, SW3 5XP [map]
Curzon Chelase cinema is set in the heart of the fashionable King's Road and boasts the biggest screen in London outside of the West End.
125 Sydney Street, Chelsea, SW3 6NR [map]
El Gaucho is an Argentine restaurant which specialises in barbecued meat.
17 - 21 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, SW3 1HY [map]
H & M is a Scandinavian fashion chain that sells clothes for children, women and men.
Home & Gift
241 - 245 Kings Road, Chelsea, SW3 5EL [map]
From bedrooms and bathrooms to the office, kitchen and garage, The Holding Company has an array of storage ideas to keep the necessities of life in order when not in use.
2 Symons Street, Sloane Square, SW3 2TJ [map]
Kate Spade is the label of choice for all New York Upper East Side girly girls; look out for ladylike handbags, vintage-style accessories and quirky but sophisticated stationery.
Health & Beauty
186A Kings Road, Chelsea, SW3 5XP [map]
Kiehl's are an American skincare and cosmetic company that started out as a family-run apothecary business in 1851. Products include fragrance, hair and skincare for men, women and for children.
36 Kings Road, Kings Road, SW3 4UD [map]
Founded by brothers Alexandre, Laurent and Raphael Elicha in 2007, The Kooples is an ultra-cool French fashion brand which combines the tailored elegance of Savile Row with a rock'n'roll lifestyle.
145 Dovehouse Street, Chelsea, SW3 6LB [map]
Le Colombier serves classic French food and its blue and white interior is popular with the locals.
38-40 Beauchamp Place, South Kensington, SW3 1NU [map]
Maroush is a chain of upmarket Lebanese restaurants with authentic atmospheres that serve traditional dishes.
6 Yeomans Row, South Kensington, SW3 2AH [map]
Monza serve a variety of Italian dishes at their restaurant and cater for private parties of up to 50 people upon request.
Home & Gift
102a Brompton Road, SW3 1JJ [map]
The National Geographic Store and Cafe draws on the National Geographic Society's 120 year heritage of inspiring people to care about the planet.
325 King’s Road, Chelsea, SW3 5ES [map]
The Natural Shoe Shop sells shoes and accessories made from natural materials.
Sloane Avenue, SW3 3AX [map]
Situated in the heart of Chelsea, NGH offers 124 fully-equipped studios, 1- and 2-bedroomed apartments. Close to Sloane Square and South Kensington underground. Many sights within easy reach.
14-15 Beauchamp Place, South Kensington, SW3 1NQ [map]
Previously Floriana, Nozomi is a stylish new restaurant and bar serving excellent Japanese cuisine.