Time Out says
Located within Pimlico's boutique hotel Artist Residence, this all-day café-cum-restaurant is open daily from breakfast through dinner. It was once a traditional Victorian pub but has now been given a good-looking spruce up, with what was the boozer's basement now home to the venue's cocktail bar, Clarendon Cocktail Cellar.
There's a British slant to an adventurous looking food menu. Expect dishes such as queenie scallops with gooseberry ketchup, pear, roasted lin seeds and pea shoots alongside chilled beetroot and buttermilk soup with quail egg, cucumber and dill, rib eye steak with bone marrow butter and smoky cajun chips, and sea trout with cucumber and radish pickles.
A dedicated Sunday menu also features, with Old Spot pork belly, rib of beef and lemon-roasted chicken alongside burgers, asparagus risotto, club sandwiches and a hot-smoked salmon hash.
We think restaurants should be great places to hang out, whether for a business meeting, friendly catch-up or after-work drinks. Downstairs we’ve got a ping-pong room to keep your competitive streak busy, and the cosy Club Room with sofas and a long farmhouse table for group dining. Here you can order cocktails from our in-house cocktail bar with a movie-inspired drinks menu!
52 Cambridge Street
|Opening hours:||Open 7.30am-9.45pm Mon-Fri; 8am-10.15pm Sat; 8am-8.45pm Sun.|
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Users say (12)
Average User Rating
4.6 / 5
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My boyfriend and I had a very frustrating experience. Service was very slow. After finally ordering two burgers the waitress came back 10-15” later saying that they had run out of buns. They offered to replace the buns with toast bread. I Without finding another option on the menu, we decided to leave. While waiting for our coats, the waitress came back saying that they found the buns. Hello?!?! That’s ridiculous!
A cute cocktail bar, walking distance form Victoria station, Cambridge St Kitchen is great if you’re looking for a tasty and quiet bar, where (unlike in most speakeasies) you can hear everything your friend or date has to say. The vibe is cozy and the drinks creative (and movie inspired). Make your choice from classics such as ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ (East London Liquor Co, Beet Grenadine, Lime and Teapot Bitters) or 'Titanic’ (Rose, Plymouth Gin, Dry Vermouth, Hibiscus, Sea Salt, Lemon and Soda).
CSK is a breath of fresh air in the relatively quiet area of Pimlico, offering delicious food and warm service in a stylish setting.
Working in an open plan kitchen, the chefs served up modern British food with a twist, gorgeous Sunday roasts and breakfasts, plus the seats at the bar mean you can watch it all unfold! Lovely bar and set of rooms downstairs that many people miss. I'd thoroughly recommend taking your "Passport to Pimlico" for a visit to CSK.
Cambridge Street Kitchen pleased me from my first visit and my love for it has only grown stronger in the relatively short time it's been open. From breakfast through lunch to dinner, the well prepared food, the beautiful atmosphere and the sweetness of the staff make this a place I return to again and again.
Amazing coffee, delicious food. Liam and his team are always so welcoming. Love that this is my local!
Been coming here since it opened last year and the place just continues to get better!
Living two streets away makes it perfect to stop in for dinner in the way home - and Boozy weekend brunch has become our guilty secret.
They whip up a mean Bloody Mary and over it on a spicy scale of 1-10.
Eggs Royale is my favourite although the also do the best full English around - really good quality ingredients means you don't mind paying a few quid more.
Staff are super friendly and clearly really proud of this new addition to the neighbourhood. Good mix of locals of all ages shows the broad appeal. Coffee and fresh juices are incredible - Pimlico has been desperate for a place like this and it's great watching it go from strength to strength (although this does mean that reservations have become essential!).
Well done all - you got a big fan here.