The Coopers Arms is nestled in the heart of residential Chelsea.Whether you are looking for a business lunch, romantic diner or even an intimate wedding breakfast in our Claret Room, our sesonal menus using the best of British have something for every occation. Included on our menu we have daily fresh fish specials, along with a few of the classics done well. Homemade pies, potted pork & crab with cinnamon & orange butter, venison suasages with savoy cabbage, chesnuts & mashed potatoes, & our homemade Cooper's burgers are legedary! The main dining & bar area on the ground floor has a cosy, welcoming feel with stripped wood tables, some high tables in big windows & a beautiful table for upto 10 in our snug area. Upstairs in our Claret Room is a stunning space with an open fire place & tables can be booked for lunch or dinner. The Claret Room is aslo the perfect space for private functions from drinks & canapes for upto 60 guests to a sitdown celebration dinner for upto 25.
£25 and under
Venue Details & Map
Coopers Arms Dining Room
87 Flood StreetChelseaLondonSW3 5TB
- Public transport:
- Sloane Square, Underground
Had one of worst Sunday roast meals there today. Shoe leather roast beef completely overdone, inexperienced wait staff could not match main courses with people, nothing cleared after main courses. No water offered or refilled despite being a £200+ bill. Go figure...
Pity, as the atmosphere felt warm and welcoming. Probably ok if you are looking for a good selection of beers and ordinary pub...more
A Pub to love! Good beers, real pub atmosphere, cosy corner with armchairs. The meal needs a little bit more attention but okay for a pub. Very friendly staff and no hang-around at all.more
Finally decided to break the duck and go to the Coopers Arm which is probably my local as every time I'm in the garden i look longingly at the sign and think of a nice cold beer. It's only taken two months, It's a hard place to be right off the kings road. Loads of great places to eat locally, personal favourites include the Pigs Ear, Picasso and Patara, oh and the Trafalgar on the Kings...more
Three words to describe The Cooper's Arms... Sticky. Toffee. Pudding. Best I've had in London, without question. If you're in Chelsea and want pub food go to Cooper's, it's better than the other pubs around by a pretty long stretch.
The ambiance in this pub is also great, you feel at home instantly. The wait staff is super friendly and always ready to help. Located off the beaten path...more