7 Great Restaurants near Queens Gate, London
South Kensington is home to some of the most enviable eateries in all of London.
Want to know where the top-rated restaurants in and around Queens Gate are? Let Fraser Suites Queens Gate take you on a culinary whirlwind tour of this part of London we call home, with our favourite restaurants in the area, as well as a hidden gem of a pub only the locals know about.
Top Restaurants near Queens Gate London:
- Launceston Place
- The Five Fields
- Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
- Boisdale of Belgravia
- The Queen’s Arms
Address: Kensington Gore, South Kensington, London SW7 2AP (Directions)
Somewhere to go when you want to be adventurous and try a lot of flavourful dishes, Coda brings a French Haute approach to its dishes. Being located inside the Royal Albert Hall, you can expect an elegant meal where the dishes look exquisite and the décor matches.
Visitors often make a note of the Swarovski chandeliers.
Address: 1A Launceston Pl, Kensington, London W8 5RL (Directions)
Known for their modern British menu and extensive wine list, a reservation is a must at Launceston Place. They keep things simple and let their dishes do the talking.
It’s also one of the few in the area to offer a fantastic vegan tasting menu.
Address: 53 Old Brompton Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 3JS (Directions)
You’d walk by Gỗ and mistake the décor for a modern British restaurant, but get a table here and be ready to have taste buds awakened by Vietnamese dishes with a twist.
The menu has at least a dozen dishes you’ll never have heard of before but will want to try out and see if you can book a table at the weekend for their late brunch which kicks off at midday.
The Five Fields
Address: 8-9, Blacklands Terrace, Chelsea, London SW3 2SP (Directions)
Just two stops away on the District/Circle Line can take you to just over neighbourhood lines into Chelsea, but it’s worth it when you dine at The Five Fields.
The restaurant prides itself on using seasonal produce as much as possible to create dynamic dishes. You’ll often find that the menu changes frequently to fall in line with what’s in season and can be sourced locally.
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
Address: 66 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7LA (Directions)
The notable chef is the name behind the restaurant creating notable dishes which, ironically, is also open daily for lunch. It serves food á la carte style, or if you’re feeling like getting close to the action, you can reserve a place at The Chef’s Table where you’re right by the kitchen and will be served dishes directly by the head chef.
Boisdale of Belgravia
Address: 15 Eccleston St, Belgravia, London SW1W 9LX (Directions)
A bit of a London institution, Boisdale has a few locations across the city, but this incarnation of their live jazz restaurants puts a focus on Scottish fayre.
You can enjoy some haggis, neeps & tatties, sip on a dram, listen to a jazz band play every evening and even have an authentic Cuban out in The Cigar Terrace.
The Queen’s Arms
Address: 30 Queen's Gate Mews, South Kensington, London SW7 5QL (Directions)
We often get asked where there’s a reliable London pub near the hotel, and just a few streets up tucked away down a small cobbled road is The Queen’s Arms.
Self-described as “Discreetly stylish, authentically British” to say it is a hidden gem would be an understatement. The pub dates back to the 1800s and has the kind of décor that makes it ideal for having a cosy pint on a cold day.
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