Motcomb Street’s dining scene promises to please every palate, from flawless Michelin-starred contemporary French fare, theatrical Indian open kitchens, to local institutions that put a gentle modern spin on British classics. Small hidden mews offer stylish accommodation in a sought-after location.
Amaya, the sophisticated Indian grill, has a stylish and vibrant interior with a theatrical open kitchen, wonderful cocktails and mocktails, and a private dining room seating up to 14.
Located in London's chic Belgravia district with its cobbled streets, historical mews pubs and luxury stores, Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel is one of London’s top boutique hotels, offering outstanding value in such an exclusive residential area.
Open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, experience exceptional Italian cooking in a sophisticated setting which embodies Italian chic and vintage glamour; designed by acclaimed designer, Tara Bernerd.
L’Eto Belgravia is a warm and welcoming caffé offering delicious a la carte and counter menus alongside a sublime selection of cakes & hand made chocolate truffles.
Your friendly neighbourhood restaurant in the heart of Belgravia.
Perfectly suited to Knightsbridge, Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley is the place for sophisticated fine dining in London.
Mosimann’s is a private dining club and events company in London's Belgravia with a Royal Warrant to HRH The Prince of Wales
Motcombs is frequented by celebrities, sporting personalities, regular businessmen, and locals.
Motcombs Townhouse has three private suites, The Robert Sangster Room, The Belgravia Room and The Reception.
Restaurant Petrus was formed from a sincere admiration for flavour and built on blinding ambition. A simple passion for food and culinary innovation has translated into a Michelin-star and the iconic claret red restaurant.
Salloos is one of London's longstanding and most respected Pakistani restaurants and has been trading since 1966 and in the heart of Belgravia since 1976.
Traditional pub tucked away down a cobbled mews.