No. Fifty Cheyne

Following a dramatic overhaul the Cheyne Walk Brasserie is given an entire new lease of life...

A restaurant, cocktail hub and lounge bar split over two floors of the Chelsea Embankment building. The venue has been beautifully decked out by designers Lambert & Brown with parquet flooring, elegant lighting and large windows with views out to the river. 

Overseeing the kitchens - and the ground floor restaurant's open grill - is former Social Eating House head chef, Iain Smith. Expect a modern British menu centred around the open grill, with dishes such as Belted Galloway beef ragout with spatzli, spicy sausage and rose harissa, and Cornish monkfish with roscoff onion, potato straws and roast chicken broth. Upstairs, relax in the bar's 'drawing room' offering a 'refined yet homely retreat'.

Ideal For

Sunday roasts, Thames-side dining

Favorite Room

Head upstairs, to either the ruby-red cocktail bar, or to the light and airy ‘drawing room’ for some well crafted cocktail and sense of entertaining in someone else's home.

Signature Dishes

Beef fillet and cheek, with spinach and rainbow chard; John Dory with braised black cabbage, potato straw and roast chicken broth and seared scallops with a shellfish and tomato ragout with cabbage pesto.