The Five Fields
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Over the years this charming, formally run Chelsea restaurant has built up a loyal local following, thanks to its warm, comfortable feel and engaging ...
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What diners said about this restaurant:
Xiang L. • 1 review
14 September 202310/10
Nothing to fault. Perfect food journey from service to cuisine and wine.My partner and I shall certainly consider this restaurant as a must visit when we are in London. Thank you very much!
Victoria M. • 2 reviews
19 August 202310/10
We had the lunch tasting menu. Each dish had something different to offer with crisp flavours and presentations. Loved the tomatoes and carrot appetizers. The team was friendly and professional at the same time. Start with champagne, six options. We tasted two, both very good!!
Hong M. • 2 reviews
9 July 20228/10
Service was impeccable but food could be better. Out of the 8 courses we had only 1 really stood out, 1 we didn’t like at all and the rest were good but not amazing. We were honest about the one course we didn’t like and got given a tart at the end of our meal which was very kind of them.
Levi P. • 1 review
2 April 202210/10
Beautiful meal. Stunning flavours. Impecable service. Nice calm atmosphere. Definitely not cheap, but absolutely worth splashing out for this place for a special occasion. They only do taster menus, so it’s a lovely luxurious experience lasting a couple couple of hours, depending on your eating speed. Very memorable.
Judy T. • 14 reviews
3 July 202110/10
This was our first visit to Five Fields. We have had many tasting menus, but were very impressed about the light and delicate nature of our lunch. The presentation was beautiful however the it was the taste of the dishes that blew us away. Most dishes came in two components (two separate dishes). Although this is not unique, many of the dishes at Five Fields arrived in this manner. Because of this there were more 'tastes' to discover which made the whole food journey all the more interesting. The staff were all very lovely; friendly and professional and they had a real real pride in the food and wine they were serving. The wine list is incredible, albeit a little pricey, however we spotted a Rully 1er Cru at £58 which tasted delicious and was a real bargain! We will definitely go back and would recommend this restaurant to anyone.
Kiki Z. • 1 review
3 October 202010/10
Overall, it is a very pleasant dining experience with home-like ambience. You can really tastes the differences from their dishes , which makes the best use of their own artisanal produce. Flavours are even better than their instagramable visual presentation. Their tasting menu highlights a variety of British ingredients but it also captures a spirit that can cross cultural boundaries. The beetroot dish can be related to Yayoi Kusama to some extent by its dot-like decoration. Another case is the fallow deer, the veg side does take certain resemblance to a Japanese bonsai.
Sungwuk K. • 10 reviews
7 August 202010/10
Very impressive cuisine. Creative mixing of thai and korean-japanese flavors. Good soybean sauce application.... amazing!
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8-9 Blacklands Terrace, SW3 2SP, London, United Kingdom
The nearest underground station is Sloane Square: 320 metres.
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