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Best things to do in Belgravia, Greater London

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Art Gallery
“Wonderful modern art gallery, free entry. Located in heart of Chelsea on the Kings Road. Surrounded by great shops and restaurants. Only 25minutes by tube or bus from the flat ”
224local recommendations
Department Store
“Another shopping mecca, this department store has always been at the forefront of fashion. Biggest competitor to Harrods. There is a lovely 5th floor restaurant with a hidden terrace. Perfect for stop over from shopping. ”
68local recommendations
Plaza
“Square in the middle of Chelsea which leads to King's Road, Sloane Street and Victoria. Large John Lewis known locally as Peter Jones. Make sure to check out the lights if around at Christmas time!”
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Hotel
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“Simple Modern British food served at tables or the bar in this airy, all-day Chelsea restaurant.”
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Department Store
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“Roof top cafe on 6th floor has a lovely view. They serve normal British food, not the best or the cheapest, but best place for tea and cake!”
55local recommendations
Bus Station
“Victoria Coach Station is a 10 to 15 minute walk from Victoria Station, which is the railway and Underground station. It is separate to Victoria Bus Station, which is for London local buses only. The two dominant coach companies in England are National Express and Megabus. National Express are the largest operator with a network reaching just about every town and city in England of any consequence. Megabus are the young upstart that burst onto the scene offering dramatically low fares and competing directly with National Express on all the major routes out of London. On these routes fares are incredibly low. ”
30local recommendations
French Restaurant
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“Owned by Jeremy King and Chris Corbin, the finest operators of restaurants in London, this French Brasserie style restaurant certainly is a great choice at any part of the day, breakfast, lunch, dinner or drop in at any time for drinks at the bar or snack or their all day menu, perfect if venturing down the world famous Kings Road.”
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Bar
“Who wouldn't enjoy a whole roast cow?! The Sunday roast at The Orange is certainly generously sized...”
48local recommendations
Office
“Watching Wimbledon on a sunny day in Duke of York Square is a great way to pass the day! There is also a market every Saturday selling upmarket, handmade products and food”
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Bar
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“This is my favourite brunch spot in town! They serve great food and coffees”
29local recommendations
Gastropub
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“*The Thomas Cubitt – Upmarket stylish pub Named after the great Belgravia architect - is a perfect paneled pub, enclosed by French windows on two sides which open out on to the pretty Elizabeth Street and the huddles of tables outside, adding to the light, airy feel. The menu is focused on unfussy British country house cuisine, with occasional nods to traditional French food. Crisp crackling, slow-cooked Sunday roasts, fresh seafood, chocolate sponge, and lots of seasonal game and cheeses are the mainstays. The dining room prices are eye-watering (not surprisingly given the location, and the stunning building), but the short bar menu is excellent value, and it packs out at weekends. ”
30local recommendations
Route
“Very high end street for shopping but fun to wander down, Harvey Nichols is at the end and Harrods around the corner. ”
25local recommendations
Theatre
“The Royal Court is an old and well-known theatre with a regular production schedule. ”
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Scottish Restaurant
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“Just the other side of Victoria station is this traditional Scottish restaurant and bar, housed in a Regency townhouse complete with a cigar terrace. This place oozes class, with gleaming mahogany and red tones dominating the colour scheme, emulating the feel of an old-fashioned gentlemen’s club. There are multiple separate restaurants and bars within the building, with elegant private dining rooms to hire. As is only fitting, whisky is the order of the night, with Boisdale boasting a collection of rare Scottish malts, alongside a host of enticing cocktails and wines. The cherry on the top of each room is the nightly tunes of live jazz.”
26local recommendations
Plaza
“Watching Wimbledon on a sunny day in Duke of York Square is a great way to pass the day! There is also a market every Saturday selling upmarket, handmade products and food.”
16local recommendations
Concert Hall
“An interesting calendar of Cultural events throughout the year from Jazz to Classical music”
22local recommendations