Five of the best: Lunch deals in The Royal Borough

Five of the best places to enjoy a great lunch deal in The Royal Borough

 

It being January, we’re all after a deal. Here are a few places that you can enjoy on a budget in the country’s most expensive borough.

 

Sette, 4 Sydney Street, SW3, 6PP

Situated in the heart of Chelsea, this stylish Italian restaurant is popular with locals and visitors alike. Owned by Frankie Dettori MBE, where else can you get to sit amongst rock and racing stars for just £15 for a two course set lunch that includes a glass of wine?

 

The Rib Room Bar & Restaurant, Jumeirah Carlton Tower, 1 Cadogan Place, London, SW1X 9PY

Ably managed by Michele Caggianese, this Knightsbridge institution offers a 3 course set lunch for £29 including a glass of champagne during January and February. The bar is the perfect spot to start as the offering here includes some of the finest English gins and a great selection of aromatic bitters.

 

Brompton Bar & Grill, 243 Brompton Road, London, SW3 2EP

François O’Neill pulled off a masterstroke in opening this neighbourhood bar and grill. With a set lunch menu priced at £18.50 for two courses, here you’ll find not only great English classics but if you daring enough abinsthe served traditionally with a water fountain.

 

Maggie Jones’s, 6 Old Court Place, London, W8 4PL

If you are on a real budget but feel like living like a royal, head to the restaurant named after Princess Margaret off Kensington Church Street. For just £10, they offer a soup and a salad. The sister restaurant of Belgravia’s La Poule au Pot is a must visit for anyone shopping in Kensington.

 

Blakes Hotel, 33 Roland Gardens, London, SW7 3PF

The world’s ultimate boutique hotel offers a tremendous set lunch if you’re on a date or want to impress. If you want privacy and discretion, this is the place to go. With 2 courses for just £19 and 3 courses for £24.50, you can dine amongst the opulence and splendour of this hidden secret without blowing the bank.

 

Sette: http://www.sette-restaurant.com

The Rib Room Bar & Restaurant: http://www.theribroom.co.uk

Brompton Bar & Grill: http://www.bromptonbarandgrill.com

Maggie Jones’s: http://www.maggie-jones.co.uk

Blakes Hotel: http://www.blakeshotels.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. The COTE Brasserie in Sloane Square is good scoff and excellent value: 2 courses for £11,70
    3 courses for £13,65

  2. Matthew – I agree with a couple of your choices .ie. Sette and Blakes. I was recently in Sette and again it delivered in all respects. I was also surprised to see how busy it was on a cold Tuesday evening in January – a clear indication that this is now one of the ‘hot spots’ of Chelsea.
    Re Blakes – well of course no one can argue with this choice. It is consistently good. It oozes elegance, luxury and mystery – all key ingredients to a memorable time. Regarding the other three, knowing you have selected these is enough to spur me on to try. I am sure I will not be disappointed. Meanwhile thank you for your stream of comments – always welcome and helpful. Best regards Bridget

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