Tucked away behind Harrods, The Enterprise is a chic hang-out for the well-heeled residents of Knightsbridge and Kensington. The smart décor, suggestive of a grand country house, adds to the upmarket feel in the relaxed restaurant, with a simple menu of brasserie classics, while the diminutive bar area concentrates on fine wines and champagne.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) per diner|
£26 to £40
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35 Walton Street South KensingtonLondonSW3 2HU
Top 4 reviews of The Enterprise
Located behind Harrods this cosy small pub / restaurant is very traditional in design and is the place to be seen on Walton Street. Ladies that lunch, celeb's and the young Chelsea set along with some of the older "gentry" will be found here talking with a plum in their mouths and generally having a "splendid" time eating and drinking. A combination of a wine bar and restaurant with high... more
J'avoue tout : une très bonne amie est sous-chef dans ce "gastropub", la bistronomie de l'autre côté de la Manche... Voilà, c'est dit.
MAIS il n'empêche que cet endroit est vraiment très chouette (demandez à Hugh Grant ou au prince Harry, ils connaissent!).
L'ambiance est familiale et élégante (cf. le quartier, lycée français/Harrods), nappes blanches et service au top. Mais c'est aussi un... more
We went here for lunch on Saturday, with bambino in pushchair and they were really accommodating, in fact brilliant. Food was gorgeous, if not a little pricey but we could have eaten more cheaply if we had chosen more carefully. Overall service, was prompt, and they were very smiley. That and the racing was on very discreetly in the corner was a bonus. Really great place and lets face it, I... more
More like a restaurant with a Pub attached. Clientele are mostly Chelsea locals. Food attempts to be gourmet but isn't terribly original, although less pretentious than some of its neighbours. A cut above Gastropub in terms of ambiance with excellent service but food is less adventurous than the competition. Crab cakes tasted pre-masticated and were covered with Fisherman's foam. But the free... more