The Best of Belgravia: Where to Eat, Drink and Explore in Belgravia

We’re very lucky to be surrounded by some brilliant businesses. From Michelin-starred restaurants to boutique food producers and independent boutiques, there’s always something to eat, drink and explore in the area between Hyde Park Corner, Victoria and Knightsbridge.

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Where to Eat in Belgravia

Some of London’s best restaurants and cafes call Belgravia home. Start the morning at TomTom Coffee House on the corners of Elizabeth and Ebury streets, or escape to Eccleston Yards to find Morena, a coffee roaster and cafe serving up Latin American favourites.

If you’re on the run, grab lunch at the iconic Ottolenghi deli – its selection of salads and sweet treats are a feast for both the eyes and tastebuds. Chucs Belgravia is home to a large wraparound terrace, perfect for people-watching, or you can venture sky-high to try eldr, the rooftop restaurant at Pantechnicon. And of course, no list of Belgravia’s best restaurants is complete without the iconic La Poule Au Pot, the French bistro that’s been serving snail and frog legs since 1964.

If you’re celebrating a special occasion with family and friends, it’s hard to go wrong with a Michelin star restaurant – and Belgravia is home to a few.

Try Amaya for sophisticated Indian with a theatrical open kitchen, discover the elegance of the Celeste in the Lanesborough or join us at Marcus Belgravia. We’d love to welcome you either in our main dining room, or one of our private dining spaces – we may be a little biased, but our Chef’s Table is one of the best seats in a Belgravia restaurant.

Where to Drink in Belgravia

Cocktails at the Blue Bar at the Berkeley Hotel, Knightsbridge
Photo: The Berkeley Hotel

It’s not just Belgravia’s restaurants that are worth a visit: there are plenty of drinking holes that offer perfect pints, thought-provoking Old and New World wines and curated cocktails.

The Berkeley Hotel’s Blue Bar is the perfect bookmark to a Michelin-starred meal, with world-class cocktails from some of the city’s best mixologists. For something a little more casual but no less refined, take a tour of Belgravia’s pubs, cosying up at the historical Grenadier on Wilton Row, or relaxing on the terrace of The Alfred Tennyson on Motcomb Street.

What to Do in Belgravia

Four cheeses stack on marble from Fine Cheese Company
Photo: Fine Cheese Company

Continue the culinary adventure in Belgravia with a visit to The Fine Cheese Co., home to over 100 artisan cheeses from the UK and Europe. Ask the team for their favourites to take home, or sit in to work your way through their specialist selection. Pair your new purchases with accompaniments from Bayley & Sage and drinks from Jeroboams.

Follow your nose to Rachel Vosper to find fragrant candle collections, hand-crafted exclusively by her team, or visit milliner-to-the-stars, Philip Treacy on Elizabeth Street. Admire the craftsmanship of Japanese and Nordic products at the multi-level Pantechnicon, or find something new for your table at Bonadea, home of luxury tableware and glassware.

Planning a day out at Belgravia’s best restaurants, bars and boutiques? We’d love to welcome you for lunch or dinner. Book your table today.