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,...
Named after its old address on King's Road which cast a spell over jazz lovers London-wide back in the '80s, this fantastic, tucked-away...
With its uncontrived yet crisply modern green-on-grey design, immaculate and Michelin star–rated Medlar has quickly become a King's Rd...
Lonely Planet review
Famous patrons of Vama have included Wesley Snipes and King Abdullah of Jordan – so it’s touristy, but targeted at a special class of tourist. Don’t let that put you off. Ordinary mortals come here, too, to sample some of the most imaginative North Indian cooking in town.