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...
Ransome’s Dock information
Lonely Planet review
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.