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54-56 Elizabeth Street, SW1W 9PB

Baker & Spice, famous for outstanding cakes and pastries baked daily on the premises, and an inspiring choice of cooked food, which is ingredient led, so one day may not be the same as the next. They use what is seasonal, source authentic produce and choose organic when possible, placing an emphasis on British and European produce. Serving the local community as the perfect place to meet friends, over an excellent ‘Rain Forest Alliance’ selected coffee or organic loose leaf tea, relax and sample their gastronomic delights in authentic continental style.

  • Telephone: +44 (0)20 7730 5524
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15 Eccleston Street, SW1W 9LX

Boisdale restaurants, dubbed ‘a carnivore’s dream’ by the Evening Standard newspaper, have four establishments in London – in Canary Wharf, Belgravia, Mayfair and in Bishopsgate. They feature a unique and very successful mix of fine food, a great wine list, an unparalleled range of whiskies, probably the widest selection of Cuban cigars in the world and the best classic jazz, blues and soul offering in London cast in a unique setting.

Boisdale finest Aberdeenshire dry aged steaks (accompanied by devilishly indulgent sauces) are repeatedly deemed ‘incredible’, though the adventurous enjoy Scottish-sourced treats, including wild Highland game, Hebridean shellfish, Loch Ryan Native oysters, Dunkeld smoked salmon, and roast Macsween’s haggis served with mash, neeps and the obligatory noggin of malt whisky.

There is also a weekly changing two-course set menu, an extensive bar menu not to forget a highly commended selection of outstanding gourmet burgers priced from £12.50 including chips. Financial Times says that ‘Boisdale transform a great meal into an event… Anyone would think they want you to have a good time!’, whilst Tatler comments ‘It’s hard to find a better venue in London for food, drink, service... and all that jazz.

  • Telephone: +44 (0)20 7730 6922
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17-21 Elizabeth Street, SW1W 9RP

Chef Dominique Ansel and his team have brought a little bit of French and New York flavour across the pond, with the opening of his eponymous bakery, Dominique Ansel Bakery London, on Friday 30 September 2016. Located on Elizabeth Street in Belgravia, close to Victoria, Dominique’s first Europe-based bakery offers a menu featuring signature pastries from his renowned flagship shop in New York, including the Cronut®, DKA (Dominique’s Kouign Amann), Cookie Shot, Frozen S’mores, and more. Additionally, more than 30% of the menu is dedicated to exclusive-to-London creations, from the Banoffee Paella, Eton Mess Lunchbox, and Welsh Rarebit Croissant, among others. Upon entering the Bakery, guests are welcomed with our open kitchen, cozy café seating, and a year-round covered courtyard.

  • Telephone: +44 (0)20 7324 7705
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143 Ebury Street, SW1W 9QN

Il Convivio has now established itself as one of the leading Italian restaurants in the capital for its outstanding and exquisite modern Italian cuisine. Loved for its discretion by the affluent locals and praised by the critics for the sheer talent of the Head Chef, Cedric Neri.

The private dining room offers corporate and individual clients a perfect and exclusive setting for entertaining. The large antique table seats up to 14 and a small adjacent lounge area features sofas and a coffee table for relaxing before and after your meal.

The name, Il Convivio, actually comes from the Italian poet Dante. The name of the restaurant literally translates as a meeting over food and drink of anti-establishment intellectual philosophers of the Dante era. If you don’t need a literal translation, ‘banquet’ will do nicely.

The restaurant has a conservatory at the back for al fresco dining with the advantage of an electric roof to enable year round dining. The conservatory features cedar wood decking and the theme continues into the restaurant with limestone and cedar wood panels. Beautiful, deep red walls are embossed with words taken from Dante’s poetry lending an air of romanticism to this elegantly styled restaurant.

  • Opened: 1999
  • Number of covers: 65
  • Opening times: Monday to Saturday
  • Opening times Monday to Saturday: 12pm to 15pm – 6pm to 11pm
  • Available for private functions, private dining room available: 14 seated – 30 reception
  • Nearest underground stations: Victoria, Sloane Square
  • Telephone: +44 (0)20 7730 4099
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49 Elizabeth Street, SW1W 9PP

A restaurant that offers some of the most sought after pizzas in London, plus a variety of pastas and authentic Sardinian specialities and with an interesting and varied Italian wine list. A sister restaurant to nearby Olivo and Olivomare and Olivocarne.

Oliveto is open for lunch and dinner every day of the week and on most Bank Holidays. See website for opening times and current menu and wine list.

  • Telephone: +44 (0)20 7730 0074
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21 Eccleston Street, SW1W 9LX

Opened in 1990 and the first of the group of Sardinian restaurants in Belgravia that includes Oliveto, Olivomare and Olivocarne. Olivo offers an enticing variety of Sardinian influenced dishes. The restaurant has undergone major refurbishment in the summer of 2016 and has a Sardinian design theme with a contemporary twist exemplified by the unusual wall designs based on that island’s folk culture.

Olivo is open every weekday for lunch and dinner but for dinner only on Saturdays and Sundays and is closed on bank holidays. There is a two- or three-course set menu at lunchtime. See the website for menus, wine list and details of the opening times.

  • Telephone: +44 (0)20 7730 2505
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61 Elizabeth Street, SW1W 9PP

Olivocarne is a restaurant devoted to all things meat, with a menu dedicated to chargrills, game, pasta, offal and more besides. It offers a contemporary and classic selection of meat dishes and its unusual and sophisticated décor reflects both the modern and the traditional folk elements of Sardinian culture. There is a two-course or three-course set menu at lunchtime. Olivocarne is a sister restaurant to Olivo, Oliveto and Olivomare which are all located nearby.

Olivocarne is open for lunch and dinner every day of the week but is closed on bank holidays. See the website for details of opening times, menus and wine list.

  • Telephone: +44 (0)20 7730 7997
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2a Elizabeth Street, SW1W 9RB

‘The Scalzo Brothers’ were responsible for the popular Patisserie Valerie chain of cafés, and from this grew their desire for a challenge to create a restaurant that draws together Italian flavours, a home-from-home dining experience and great service.

‘Growing up in a typical Italian family gives us passion for everything they do.’ It’s not just the quality of their dishes but true Italian ‘ospitalità’ that makes the difference.

With a Sicilian father and Italian mother, they had inspiration from all things Mediterranean, from stone-baked pizza and pasta with traditional recipe sauces to fresh fish and meat dishes.

They source fruit and vegetables from Covent Garden, meat from Smithfield and fish, of course, from Billingsgate.

In the mornings between 8.30am and 12pm, Sicily reinvents itself as a stylish London café with excellent Italian coffee served just as you like it, or loose leaf English tea to accompany your breakfast choice.

Sicily can seat 136 people across four different dining areas. Unwind in the main dining areas over two floors where you can appreciate the view or indulge in people-watching from their covered outdoor terrace.

Alternatively, take a table close to the bar to soak up the bubbly atmosphere of passers-by dropping in for a drink or their regular live music events – if you’re looking for live jazz in London, Sicily is the place for you. They love family, so bring the children – high chairs are available. With ground floor facilities and accessible doorways, they are delighted to welcome wheelchair users to their restaurant.

  • Telephone: +44 (0)20 7730 5498
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44 Elizabeth Street, SW1W 9PA

Welcome to The Thomas Cubitt Public House & Dining Rooms, honouring London’s legendary master builder. They are a local favourite in one of London’s most distinguished and picturesque neighbourhoods.

Enjoy a fine ale, an expertly crafted cocktail or perhaps tuck into a rare breed beef burger in the buzzy atmosphere of the Ground Floor Bar. The classic interior features open fireplaces, wooden floors, detailed panelling and a solid oak bar. Full floor-to-ceiling glass doors open out onto Elizabeth Street during warmer months.

Relax in privacy and enjoy a British menu featuring fine seasonal produce in their bright and elegant first floor dining rooms. A fine wine list focusing on Champagne, aromatic whites and reds compliment the dishes perfectly.

  • Telephone: +44 (0)20 7730 6060
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114 Ebury Street, London, SW1W 9QD

Tomtom Coffee House is more than just another coffee shop.

Their aim is to provide the finest cup of coffee in London, made freshly from their own beans and the best equipment on the market and by their team of expert baristas.

Their following in Belgravia has grown steadily since they opened. Beautifully made espresso based cappuccinos and lattes can be ordered or for the variety enthusiast, customers can drink any of their coffees, which they make as an individual shot ground filter drink. Their coffee beans come from Brazil, Columbia, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, Kenya, India and Sumatra. They are constantly developing their range.

Tom Assheton and Giles Dick-Read have teamed to source a unique and ethical selection of beans prepared weekly by Giles at his roasting rooms in Dorset, blending their own unique espresso for the Café. Freshness is the key to their coffee and they roast little and often to ensure that all coffee in stock is less than two weeks away from the roaster – the optimum time in which to enjoy the coffee although it will keep for much longer in reality.

Delicious food is offered all day, from breakfast boiled eggs, lunchtime tartines, afternoon cakes, to early evening nibbles. Their range of freshly baked cakes, brownies and flapjacks, along with their delicious homemade Poilâne toasties, are prepared freshly on the premises throughout the day.

They have an alcohol license which allows them to offer other drinks including Meantime brewery’s Bavarian style draft beer and a selection of wines from the venerable Berry Brothers wine merchant. You can even sit outside the Coffee House with a Cuban Havana supplied by their Cigar shop at 63 Elizabeth Street.

Their teas are from William Cartwright-Hignetts First Class range – some of the finest teas in the world perfectly brewed and served in high quality china – as tea should be.

Tomtom coffee beans are available to buy loose and can be ground to order at the Coffee House – just let us know how you brew your coffee and they will do the rest. They have a selected range of the best coffee-makers and grinders for home and office use.

  • Telephone: +44 (0)20 7730 1771
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14 Eccleston Street, London, SW1W 9LT

The march of the Mess Hall Burger has begun. They are open to 9pm, Monday to Friday featuring their delicious British burgers, sides, puds and cocktails. And yes they do have a yummy veggie option! Also on offer is their Tomtom wine and beer list. Their butcher supplies them with the finest minced chuck beef steak – the key to a knock out burger.

The latest arrival from Tomtom in Belgravia, The Mess Hall, is their new British eatery, where you can still get the same great drinks made popular at their Coffee House in Elizabeth Street. The coffee’s the same delicious brew; the food is a development from what they already offer at their Coffee House in Elizabeth Street.

The Mess Hall kitchen cooks up the usual happy permutation of egg dishes, including omelettes, but they are also presenting what they hope will become further Tomtom classics: Avocado blow-in (great for the veggie breakfast), the splendid nursery hangover cure Mac & Cheese, thrice cooked home whittled chips and more.

  • Telephone: +44 (0)20 7730 1845
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