Chiltern Firehouse, Marylebone
The historical firehouse has above all become a staple restaurant, bar and hotel for Marylebone residents. With a gorgeous patio for mid afternoon drinks, a homey warm living room bar to meet your friends before dinner and the americanised booth concept filling the dining room, the firehouse caters to all.
Chiltern Firehouse celebrates contemporary, ingredient-focused cooking. Michelin-starred chef, Nuno Mendes, explores aspects of his mixed career between the United States and Europe to constantly develop the menu ranging from classics to bold new flavours. His speciality being constant innovation on seasonality and healthy eating. Perfect for this Autumn.
A must at Chiltern Firehouse is going to the lady’s room, as from inside one can cross over into the little garden terrace smoking room which is protected from the wind, ideal for an after dinner drink.
1 CHILTERN STREET, MARYLEBONE, LONDON W1U 7PA
Andrew Edmunds, Soho
Unfussy and ultimately traditional food, the roast grouse with bread sauce is absolutely splendid. Everything is paired beautifully with wine. The standard of this cosy Soho spot has been held high since 1986 which therefore makes dining here so comforting. The restaurant covers two floors of an 18th-century townhouse, which only guarantees the intimate atmosphere completing the experience.
46 Lexington Street, Soho, London, England, W1F 0LP, United Kingdom
Yes, you may have heard of bluebird as a popular hangout location for reality TV stars, however it also has a beautiful terrace for after work drinks under mushroom heaters. Similarly, it also offers an adorably decorated dining area with a fully stocked bar, for instance for friday nights or a quick brunch bite for out of office morning meetings and those who prefer to get their beauty sleep.
350 King’s Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 5UU
Detox kitchen, Fitzrovia
Looking for a quick bite between errands? The detox kitchen serves home made healthy alternatives to a sandwich or take out. They believe that the food we eat can have a powerful effect on our health. Hence, their focus is on creating nutritious, wholesome food using, seasonal ingredients cooked from scratch daily.
If you get there early enough, they even offer the Louisa Drake Method classes in their studio downstairs.
Unit 5, Linford Street Business Estate, SW8 4AB
Fox and pheasant, Chelsea
Fox and pheasant is little country pub tucked away in a corner of Chelsea. The pub is owned by famous singer James Blunt, and offers a cozy dinner spot that few know of. In other words, it is just the place for a dinner date, or a reunion with good friends, warm atmosphere is a wonderful way to end a long work day.
1 Billing Rd, Chelsea, SW10 9UJ