Geales - Chelsea specialises in delicious fish and seafood. Established in 1939, Geales is a popular neighbourhood fish restaurant with an emphasis on sustainably sourced produce.<br/><br/>With an elegant and bright dining room, Geales restaurant has classical décor and well dressed tables. The service is friendly and attentive, while the charming interior has a warm, relaxing ambience.<br/><br/>Delicious main courses on the Geales menu include fresh haddock cooked in crispy batter, grilled fillet of beef with half a lobster or Geales classic fish pie. Other tasty classics include the seafood platter with fresh lobster, squid and tiger prawns, seaside pick and mix or tempura soft shell crab. There is an affordable set lunch menu, with 2 courses.<br/><br/>Open 7 days a week, Geales in Chelsea Green serves classic British favourites in stylish surroundings. Located on Cale Street, Geales fish restaurant is within easy reach of South Kensington Tube Station.
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1 Cale StreetLondonSW3 3QT
- +44 (0)20 7965 0555
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- South Kensington, Underground
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Perhaps this isn't a fair review, but let's face it, I probably wouldn't have ended up here (without being taking out to dinner by somebody's parents...and yes, I am an adult) without being taken for a hen party.
Basically, for our large group (about 20 girls), we were given a choice of a main and a dessert with a large glass of wine for £30 total per person (ouch. That's a 'deal?!'). Now, I...more
Shared a fantastic seafood platter of lobsters, prawns, squid....very fresh and the prawns were pan fried to perfection. Came with a delicious aioli dip. The creamed mash went really well. The restaurant is well known for its seafood and from what I tasted - praise is well deserved.
Would completely recommend the restaurant - particularly if you can get the cosy table for two at back near...more
There is another business with the same name near Notting Hill Gate. This one is in Chelsea.
It's a upscale restaurant that focuses most of the menu on fancy fish and chips, with a few other seafood dishes. It fills up for a late Sunday lunch and apparently sees a lot of business on weekday nights.
Apparently the fish and chips were quite good, though priced as you would expect for quite an...more