Sloane Square restaurants
Sloane Square restaurants
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TheFork: Sloan Square and its high-end foodie fare

03/01/2024
6 minutes

Sloane Square, in the heart of London's prestigious borough of Chelsea. Not just a hub for high-end shopping and cultural landmarks, but also a hotspot for foodies. From quintessential British eateries serving traditional fare to avant-garde establishments pushing the boundaries of modern cuisine, the area promises an eclectic dining experience. Whether you're in search of a cozy café for a leisurely brunch or a sophisticated dining room for a memorable dinner, the culinary landscape around Sloane Square is sure to meet your needs. TheFork explores the array of high-end restaurants found near Sloane Square, catering to a plethora of palates. Read on for your guide to the Square.

1. The Lounge at Sloane Square Hotel, Sloane Square

The Lounge at Sloane Square Hotel offers a quintessentially British experience with its elegant afternoon tea service.

Here, guests can indulge in an assortment of fruit macarons, each bursting with vibrant flavors. The freshly prepared finger sandwiches, served on both white and brown bread, feature classic fillings and are a perfect complement to the tea selection. No afternoon tea would be complete without the traditional scones, plain or with sultanas, which are served warm accompanied by rich clotted cream and a variety of jams.

The Lounge at Sloane Square Hotel
The Lounge at Sloane Square Hotel

2. Wulf & Lamb, Chelsea

This haven for plant-based cuisine in Chelsea, Wulf & Lamb, challenges the conventional with its innovative dishes. You can taste their team’s expert approach to cooking when you book on TheFork today.

Their Wulf soup is a comforting potato-based vegetable soup enriched with carrots, courgette, and onion, elevated with the unique addition of lion’s mane mushroom and finished with crunchy croutons. The roasted and glazed miso aubergine is a testament to the restaurant's mastery of flavours, combining spinach, spring onions, and spelt with a tangy pomegranate dressing. Their Buddha bowl is a vibrant dish of quinoa, sugar snaps, edamame and a medley of fresh vegetables with a soya peanut dressing.

Wulf & Lamb
Wulf & Lamb

3. Kahani, Belgravia

Kahani, under the expert vision of Chef Peter Joseph, brings a contemporary twist to Indian cuisine in the heart of Belgravia.

The tandoori broccoli is a symphony of honey, nigella seeds, and crushed wheat crisps, served with tempered yoghurt, offering a modern interpretation of traditional flavours. The Andhra soft shell crunchy crab, accompanied by pineapple kachumber and a unique peanut butter salan, showcases the chef's innovative approach. The lamb seekh kebab is reinvented with water chestnut, green chilli, and a black olive crumb, presenting a fusion of textures and tastes.

Kahini
Kahini

4. The Five Fields, Sloane Square

Chef Taylor Bonnyman crafts dishes that reflect British culinary traditions with a modern flair at The Five Fields, in West London’s Sloane Square.

The asparagus salad with chervil hollandaise is a celebration of spring, while the Dover sole confit with watercress stems exemplifies the chef's skill in elevating simple ingredients. The lamb short loin, accompanied by turnip, showcases The Five Fields’ commitment to sourcing the finest local produce. Dessert is no less inventive, with sorrel ice cream paired with raspberry for a refreshing finish.

The Five Fields
The Five Fields

5. Kutir, King’s Road

Kutir, led by Chef Rohit Ghai, offers an intimate dining experience with a menu inspired by the royal traditions of India. Book this tasting journey with TheFork as your ticket to travel.

The dhokla of cranberry, a grilled gram flour cake with sesame and peanut, introduces diners to a unique flavour combination. The lobster idli, a steamed rice and lentil cake served with stew and chutney, is a luxurious take on a classic South Indian dish. A marriage of sorrel with lime murabba and tomato salsa provides vegetarian perfection in the paneer tikka, while the Jheenga moilee presents wild jumbo prawns in a delicate coconut and curry leaf sauce.

Kutir
Kutir

6. Enoteca Turi, Sloane Square

Sloane Square’s Enoteca Turi, helmed by Chef Giampiero Giuliani, is a culinary gem that showcases the best of Italian cuisine.

The purè di fave e cimi di rapa is a hearty broad bean puree served with steamed turnips and broccoli, embodying the simplicity of Italian cooking. The sardine pecorino e finocchio features pan-fried sardines with a side of orange and fennel salad, creating a harmonious blend of flavours. The prosciutto di Parma Spigaroli, aged 24 months, is served with homemade pickles, offering a taste of Italy's finest charcuterie.

Enoteca Turi
Enoteca Turi

7. The Enterprise, Sloane Square

The Enterprise in Sloane Square presents a menu that combines West London’s finest British culinary traditions with contemporary innovation.

For a modern twist on classic ingredients, try the roast cauliflower with red wine, poached pear and stilton salad. The burrata with Isle of Wight tomatoes and pesto oil is a testament to the simplicity of Italian-inspired dishes. The fillet of Parma wrapped cod with butternut squash dauphinoise is a harmonious blend of flavours, while the grilled Dutch veal cutlet, served with thyme and garlic butter, is a hearty and satisfying choice that will delight diners.

The Enterprise
The Enterprise

8. Rabbit, The King’s Road

TheFork gives you access to reservations at specialist eateries like Rabbit; a celebration of British countryside cuisine that offers dishes that are as innovative as they are comforting.

The wild yeast bread, homemade at Rabbit and served with rosemary butter, sets the tone for a meal grounded in rustic charm. The chalkstream cured trout with dill, lemon, and nori is a delicate and flavorful starter. The restaurant's commitment to using sustainably sourced meat is showcased in the Tamworth pork tenderloin served with oyster mushroom and pak choi. The venison wellington, a dish to share, is a true showstopper, perfectly paired with Nutbourne greens and a rich red wine sauce.

Rabbit
Rabbit

9. The Jones Family Kitchen, Victoria

For a slice of British culinary excellence to Victoria, book on TheFork to bag a table at The Jones Family Kitchen brings, and experience their focus on quality ingredients and hearty dishes.

The vintage cheddar beignets, served with a mix of Manchego and parmesan, offer a cheesy delight with a hint of jalapeño. The crispy courgette with Sriracha mayo is a crowd-pleaser, while the house-smoked bacon salad introduces a smoky flavour to the fresh greens. The prime rib, cooked on the bone, and the Tamworth pork chop with a paprika and honey glaze are standout dishes that celebrate British livestock at its best.

 The Jones Family Kitchen
The Jones Family Kitchen

10. Sicily da Scalzo, Belgravia

Sicily da Scalzo brings the vibrant flavours of Italian cuisine to Belgravia, with a focus on Sicilian specialties. Enjoy this passionate Italian menu for lunch or dinner.

The focaccia con aglio è rosmarino is a perfect shared starter, while the calamari fritti offers a crispy, flavorful bite. The melanzane parmigiana, with layers of aubergine, tomato, and cheese, is a comforting classic. The lasagne al forno, with its slow-cooked beef ragù and creamy béchamel, is a testament to the timeless appeal of Italian home cooking.

Sicily da Scalzo
Sicily da Scalzo

 

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