Restaurants in Belgravia

Belgravia is home to an outstanding choice of dining options. From artisanal delis to modern gastro pubs and Michelin-starred restaurants, Belgravia is one of London’s top foodie destinations. Explore the district’s culinary traditions and discover some of the best eateries in the capital.

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Set in the heart of the bustling city, the colourful district of Belgravia has a quaint charm that gives it an almost village-like feel. A fabulously atmospheric spot to socialise, dine and have a good time, Belgravia is one of London’s top destinations. The only problem you’ll have whilst dining out in Belgravia is choosing which of the area’s irresistible  restaurants to sample.

Elizabeth Street 

South of Hyde Park, in the heart of Belgravia and a 5-minute walk from Sloane Square Underground station, you’ll find the beautifully manicured Elizabeth Street. One of the most photographed streets in London, Elizabeth Street’s diverse Belgravia restaurants and bars offer an excellent choice of morning coffees, lazy weekend brunches and exquisite evening meals.

Highly acclaimed by both the critics and local patrons alike, II Convivio never fails to deliver superb modern Italian cuisine. Simply one of the finest Italian restaurants in London, it’s a fantastic destination for a meal out.

The Thomas Cubitt is one of Belgravia’s most famous pubs. Named after the architect and builder who created and developed the area alongside Richard Grosvenor, this historic gastro pub has a strong focus on serving modern British food made from the best and freshest regional produce. 

One of the best brunch destinations in Belgravia is Poilâine. Famous for its delicious cakes and pastries, the café is ingredient led. This means the menu changes from one day to another depending on what’s in season, so there’s always something new and delicious to try.  

Other outstanding bakeries on Elizabeth Street include the sumptuous Dominique Ansel Bakery and the Peggy Porschen Parlour. Both of these high-end patisseries offer freshly baked pastries, unique cakes and puddings as well as excellent service. 

If you’re looking for a private experience, Boisdale of Belgravia, on Eccleston street offers private dining rooms in addition to its restaurant and bars. The renowned eatery has a great selection of menus, catering for a variety of tastes.  

Other excellent dinner destinations in and around Elizabeth Street include Olivo, Sicily and Tomtom Mess Hall. All of these eateries use outstanding British and European ingredients and offer exciting and innovative menus. If you’re in the mood for a light lunch, try Daylesford on Pimlico Road, an organic farm shop. As well as light bites, Daylesford has a mouth-watering array of artisan produce available to purchase.   

There are few better ways to end a day out in Belgravia than with a night in one of the district’s top hotels. After an indulgent meal in a local eatery, retire to The Lime Tree, The Berkeley or The Hari to enjoy outstanding service, stylish rooms and top class facilities. From 2021 guests will also be able to experience the luxury of The Peninsula - a 5 star hotel opening in the heart of Belgravia overlooking Hyde Park Corner.

Motcomb Street

Running from Lowndes Street to Wilton Crescent, Motcomb Street is known as one of London’s top luxury retail destinations. Just a short walk from Knightsbridge Underground Station, Motcomb Street is home to a choice of high end brands including Christian Louboutin, Stewart Parvin and Carolina Bucci. 

One of the most iconic sights on Motcomb Street is the old Pantechnicon department store. Opened in 1830 to sell art, furniture and carriages to London’s elite, the building’s stunning classical façade can still be seen and admired today. 

Opening soon, a new, re-imagined Pantechnicon is set to open. Combining Nordic and Japanese cultures and cuisines, it will bring a new, innovative shopping and dining experience to the heart of Motcomb Street. 

One of the most popular eateries on Motcomb Street is Ottolenghi Belgravia. This small but stylish deli serves exciting and delicious Israeli-inspired dishes and has a selection of outstanding ingredients available to purchase. The Fine Cheese Co. and Rococo Chocolates are two other excellent places to pick up mouth-watering treats. 

Just off Motcomb Street you’ll find the Michelin-starred Amaya, an Indian restaurant with a distinctly modern aesthetic. More fine dining can be found at Tom Aikens’ Muse, located just a short walk from the luxury shops of Motcomb Street. 

If you want to enjoy lunch or dinner in a relaxed pub setting, try the Alfred Tennyson at 10 Motcomb Street. With a stylish interior and modern European menu, it’s a great destination for a relaxed meal out.  

Eccleston Yards

Just a couple of minutes’ walk from Victoria Station you’ll find this hidden gem. Tucked away between Ebury Street and Eccleston Street, the sympathetically restored Eccleston Yards is a great place to socialise, eat and relax. With its fashionable central courtyard and striking mural wall with changing artwork, the area fuses Belgravia’s traditional heritage with innovation. Eccleston Yards offers a great choice of independent businesses, restaurants, yoga studios and wellness centres – all with one objective: to renew, energise and restore.

A warm but airy restaurant and bar, tucked underneath the Eccleston Yards mural, The Jones’ Family Kitchen is passionate about its steak specials, hearty sides, wines and international whisky selection. The restaurant also focuses on creating a relaxed atmosphere so you can enjoy a meal out with friends, family or colleagues.  

Famous locally for its innovative dining, and a favourite among the area’s fashionable clientele, Wild by Tart is a fantastic destination for meal out with a difference. Housed in a former power station and coal store, this wonderfully multi-purpose neighbourhood one-stop shop is not only a restaurant, bar, delicatessen and shop, but also an events space and photography studio.

Sip a glass of stunning red and share an appetizing charcuterie board at the friendly, relaxed, stylish Batonnage - an independent wine bar and shop bringing the Belgravian community superior quality wines, spirits, beers and delectable, artisan delicatessen produce. Highly knowledgeable, helpful staff are passionate about their range, hand selecting each product and taking customer feedback very seriously to ensure only the very best for those it serves.

Pimlico Road

Located to the south of Belgravia, a matter of minutes from Sloane Square and Chelsea, Pimlico Road boasts an eclectic mix of high end cafes, contemporary restaurants and welcoming pubs. Organic delis offer mouth-watering ingredients while welcoming neighbourhood bars serve a selection of unique and inventive cocktails. An excellent destination for a meal out, Pimlico Road has something to suit every taste. 

The much celebrated, family-run Hunan certainly isn’t your typical Chinese restaurant. Established in 1982, this rare and distinctive dining experience is a firm favourite with locals. Famed for not having a menu, the small tapas style portions are created and tailored to your specific taste with your preferred spices just the right level of heat for your palate – everyone is unique after all.

The Orange is a contemporary public house with a warm, friendly, relaxing atmosphere and cosy fireplaces for cooler days. The pub serves locally sourced, rustic European plates including the most amazing stone-baked, wood fired pizza – which alone is worth a visit to Belgravia.

A Belgravian culinary institution, La Poule au Pot is an alluring, romantic restaurant that has remained unchanged for 50 years. Multi award-winning, this intimate authentic French restaurant has been consistently voted the ‘best for romance’ in London. Distinguished and relaxed, its fine, rustic cuisine, expertly paired wines and outdoor seating make it a wonderfully atmospheric spot to treat someone special.   

Other excellent eateries in and around Pimlico Road include Enoteca Turi, a family-run Italian restaurant with an extensive wine list, LIV, a light, bright restaurant serving seasonal British produce and artisanal ingredients as well as Daylesford Organic - an all day deli offering a slice of country life in the city.