From 11am, every Saturday. From Buttermilk pancakes to Eggs Benedict, or Crushed avocado on toasted sourdough and Hand Carved Scottish Smoked Salmon, Head Chef Iain Smith has created a menu that’s hard to resist.
Surrounding an open grill and a floral bar in a lavish, leather bench-lined dining room, No. Fifty Cheyne in Chelsea serves a seasonal menu of classic British dishes. With an unmissable baby blue and floral-fronted façade to match its grand gold-accented interiors, No. Fifty is a picturesque haven just off the Thames’ banks.
Start with Scottish salmon tartare on the No. Fifty Cheyne menu, while mains include braised ox cheek with truffled creamed potato and a smoked bone marrow sauce. In the opulent dining room dotted with crystal chandeliers, finish off with a mulled wine pear Eton mess and gingerbread ice cream.
The No. Fifty Cheyne restaurant also features an intimate postbox red cocktail bar decorated with glistening mirrors, art and spirits. Relax in the bar or the luxurious drawing room and enjoy signature cocktails including a coffee and whisky combo, the Scottish Connection.
Offering a traditional Sunday roast and afternoon tea, the restaurant across from Battersea Park has cemented itself as a British institution. Find No. Fifty Cheyne in London just a 2-minute walk from the nearest bus stop.
Saturday Brunch. Done Beautifully.
Sunday Lunch at the Chef's Table. Roasts & more
Afternoon Tea: Homemade scones, cakes & sandwiches & a glass of Champagne for £42.50 per person
Afternoon Tea: In The Drawing Room for £32.00 per person