Down in the basement of Wright Brothers in South Kensington you'll find polished wood, intimate dark leather booths and a lone neon mermaid sitting in a cocktail glass. While mermaids are typically associated with perilous events such as floods, storms and shipwrecks, here, The Mermaid is a hidden speakeasy specialising in an abundance of fresh oysters and an enticing collection of cocktails.
Café de Paris is a hidden gem by the way of South Kensington. First there was the massively acclaimed European restaurant conceptualised in Geneva more than 80 years ago, and now Brompton Road is the home of the first branch to open in London. Chez Boubier Café de Paris, brings the same single menu offering that has been the restaurant’s highly successful trademark since 1930.
Bō Làng, a stylish dim sum restaurant and teahouse is headed by Chef and Dim Sum Master Kai Wang with over 10 years of experience under his belt.
The extensive menu consists of traditional and contemporary dim sum, including snow crab, coriander and water chestnut with balsamic pearls; sea bass, prawn and Chinese celery; and lobster with goji berry.
The traditional pub setting of The Goat in Boots has long been a popular haunt in Chelsea for those seeking to eat and drink in a relaxed atmosphere. The venue is now re-launched as GOAT, a completely new concept, following a full refurbishment which offers a stylish new look and a revamped food menu from the team behind the success of Eclipse, Cocoon, Bumpkin and Boujis.
Obikà isthe world’s first Mozzarella Bar and Italy’s most innovative restaurant concept.
Three times a week, Obikà’s delicious Mozzarella di Bufala arrives fresh from artisan producers of Campania in Southern Italy, providing diners with an unrivalled taste experience. Made with the nutritious milk of the local water buffalo, Obikà serves the firm and flavourful mozzarella from the Paestum region, a stronger straw-ember smoked affumicata and the sweeter, creamier Stracciatella di Burrata.
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