King's Road, is a major street stretching through Chelsea and Fulham and is associated with 1960s style, and fashion figures such as Mary Quant and Vivienne Westwood.

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King's Road offers the local community a wealth of opportunities from heritage restaurants and bars to the Duke of York Square and a resident Sunday market.


Ashley hopped over to Chelsea to explore it's surroundings and pick a few spots to check out if you're ever in the area! 


Well, you couldn't be any closer, our King's Road apartments are situated directly above The Ivy which can only mean one thing, frequent visit. You'll soon have tried the entire menu, don't forget to order our personal favourite, The Chocolate bombe.


Originally a pop-up restaurant, Kurobuta has now become a permanent fixture on the London foodie scene. Scott Hallsworth, ex Head Chef of Nobu, was inspired by tapas style dishes found in Japan that are designed to be enjoyed in a relaxed atmosphere accompanied by drinks; its a fool-proof formula. Don't forget to try the frozen Kirin lchiban!


Packed with delicious fresh ingredients, baked bread and pastries and a seasonal salad bar perfect for a lunchtime pit-stop, The Food Store at Bluebird is definitely worth a visit. Whether you're after a healthy salad or something a little more indulgent definitely stop by!


A drinking and dining institution of Chelsea, serving up fine British and french cuisine, changed daily to focus on the freshest seasonal ingredients. Don't forget to order a pint of Pig's Ear pale ale brewed locally by The London
Beer Factory.