Royal Hospital Chelsea
Designed by Christopher Wren, this superb structure was built in 1692 to provide shelter for ex-servicemen. Since the reign of Charles...
This enticing gallery hosts temporary exhibitions of experimental and thought-provoking work across a variety of media. The white and...
Royal Court Theatre
Equally renowned for staging innovative new plays and old classics, the Royal Court is among London’s most progressive theatres and has...
A chomping ground for the Chelsea and Pimlico set, with a deli upstairs and a modernist downstairs cafe serving delicious light lunches.
Lonely Planet review
In business for over three decades, this understated Chinese restaurant imaginatively exercises a no-menu policy, so just present your preferences and let the dachu (chef) get cracking. If you need inspiration, however, staff assist with ideas, such as the appetising slow-cooked belly pork with Chinese spices and preserved vegetables. Dishes – many with a pronounced Taiwan accent – arrive tapas-style to encourage a spectrum of flavour and colour. Vegetarian tasting menu available.