Cambridge Street Kitchen

Restaurants, Cafés Pimlico
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Venue says Now taking bookings for Christmas parties in our cosy 'Club Room', or our ping-pong-turned-private-dining room!

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. 

Afternoon tea is also available.

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Cambridge Street Kitchen says
Once a Victorian boozer, The Cambridge Street Kitchen is a revived social hub, tucked away in the side streets of Pimlico, a five-minute walk from Victoria station. As an all-day neighbourhood-venue you can drop by any time for a coffee, leisurely breakfast, brunch or lunch, or settle in for dinner from our ever-changing seasonal menu.

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 an art-inspired drinks menu, or enjoy an afternoon tea!
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Venue name: Cambridge Street Kitchen
Contact:
Address: 52 Cambridge Street
London
SW1V 4QQ
Opening hours: Open 7.30am-9.45pm Mon-Fri; 8am-10.15pm Sat; 8am-8.45pm Sun.
Transport: Tube: Pimlico
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Sarah G
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Chilled vibes, lovely staff, great food in a quiet corner of SW1. What's not to love!

Howard S

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.

Lizzi R

Amazing coffee, delicious food. Liam and his team are always so welcoming. Love that this is my local!

Hannah W

Gorgeous place, fabulous food, cocktails to die for. And the Sunday dinner is spectacular.

Louise H
Tastemaker

Tucked away on a quiet street in Pimlico is this lovely restaurant. In the summer months there is a terrace to sit outside at, and in winter there is plenty of space inside to cosy up and eat good food. The brunch is really good- not the heartiest of portions, but there are pastries at the counter to help with that. They also run cocktail classes and have a ping pong table downstairs, which would be so much fun for a hen or birthday party. 

Matt W

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.