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.
Our pub food is freshly prepared and includes all your British favourites.
Venue Details & Map
119 Kings RoadChelseaLondonSW3 4PL
- +44 (0)20 7352 9479
- Public transport:
- Sloane Square, Underground
I stumbled upon this place when walking in the shopping area of Chelsea, with my dad. So glad I ended up in this establishment! I have definitely had an increased appreciation for British food since I hadn't tried British pub food!
I got Pimm's Cup and a meat pie! My Pimm's was delicious and refreshing on that summer day (it was summer day when I visited London)! The meat pie was perfectly...more
Don't waste your time...or money. Probably the single worst experience I've had in quite some time. Why is there not a zero star option??
Service. Atrocious. Both behind the bar and service when the food came to our table.
After waiting almost 40 minutes for food, One person in our party waited an additional 20 minutes after we all got our food - according to the waiter it was his fault...more
Fresh from a complete makeover, the Chelsea Potter looks much different than it did just a couple months ago. It's a bit more wide open inside, has a nice new paint job and the beer selection has dramatically improved! If only they'd gotten rid of the tacky slot machines in the corner... they must be moneymakers for the pub, but seem a bit out of place for a pub that is obviously trying to...more
The Chelsea Potter has been cheered and vilified.....by tourists that think it's not "authentic enough"...to locals that complain about the cost of "fags" ( hey it says right on package - "smoking will cut your life span-no soft touch comments like in the states).
However, I have been to the Potter so many different times, day, night, weekdays, weekends, holidays ...sunny 80 degrees or rain...more
If you are going fishing for Chelsea twats, then drop your line in here and you're bound to catch something.
My sister and I went looking for somewhere to have a quick drink after dinner on the Kings Road and came upon this 'traditonal English pub'. It looked lively so we went in. Full of Made in Chelsea looking wannabes. My sister whispered 'don't their faces look very similar'. It did look...more