Chelsea Old Church
This church stands behind a bronze monument to Thomas More (1477–1535), who had a close association with it. At the western end of the...
From 1834 until his death in 1881, the eminent Victorian essayist and historian Thomas Carlyle dwelt in this three-storey terrace house,...
Cheyne Walk Brasserie
With a reputation for especially tender steaks, the focus of the food preparation at this brasserie is the large open grill in the...
35-37 Parkgate Rd · interesting places nearby
Ransome’s Dock information
Diners flock to this restaurant not because it’s trendy or on the dock of a bay (rather a narrow inlet of the Thames) but for fresh and very thoughtfully prepared food: smoked Lincolnshire eel fillets with buckwheat pancakes and crème fraîche; duck breast with apple sauce; and red cabbage organic lamb noisettes with roast root vegetables. Weekday two-course lunch is £15.