Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Top 5 places to eat in Chelsea

If you’re a West Londoner and love mouthwatering food, then here’s a guide to some of the best places to eat in Chelsea.

1. Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

Established in 1998, Ramsay’s restaurant holds three spectacular Michelin stars since 2001, offering a luscious French cuisine. There is a wide range of menus available, including a three course a la carte menu which varies from sea bass to Cotswold lamb, at a reasonable £95.
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So come along and réservez dès maintenant -  that’s French for book now, in case you're wondering.

2. Rasoi

Rasoi means kitchen and undertakes to present the sheer expressive range of Indian food in a progressive, unique way. This high end restaurant is located within a swish 100-year-old Chelsea townhouse. Decorated in warm hues with a collection of carvings, silks and Indian trinkets Rasoi is tinged with a distinct homely feel.

Rasoi has won a sequence of different awards, from London’s 5 best restaurants, to best Indian restaurant. Now this place is well worth a try!

3. Poissonnerie De L'avenue

Situated in the heart of fashionable Chelsea, the well-established and always reliable Poissonnerie has become a favourite of London's fine-dining crowd. Specialising in the freshest fish and shellfish this is one of the capital's most valued seafood restaurants – not so ideal for the veggies!

Poissonnerie is close by to some of the most recognised shopping destinations, such as Harrods, Peter Jones and Harvey Nichols, so very convenient after doing some well deserved shopping.

4. Blue Elephant

Chilli House Thai Bistro
Blue Elephant brings you the very best of Thai hospitality and cuisine right at your door-step (well, that’s if you live in London). With a reputation of authenticity and excellence, Blue Elephant stays true to the culinary culture and influences of Thailand. Great food, inspiring ambience, and friendly service is yours for the taking. So get yourself over and treat yourself or a loved one to some tasty Thai food.

5. Ziani

One of Chelsea's best-kept secrets, the restaurant is located in a quiet street in the heart of Chelsea, near to the Town Hall and just off Kings Road. This place offers a range of flavoursome food from pizza’s to pastas, what’s not to like?

For all the couples, you will be glad to know it’s a great dinner date spot – just try not to get spag bol all over your face!

So, after dreaming about all those luxurious restaurants, why would you not want to move to the wealthiest borough and be alongside the River Thames, where you can regularly indulge in fine dining? Get in touch with an estate agent in Chelsea. They'll be able to help you find your dream home!