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No. Fifty Cheyne

Restaurants, British Chelsea
Recommended
4 out of 5 stars
No. Fifty Cheyne
Venue says At its heart is a Chelsea neighbourhood restaurant with intimate dining spaces complete with a cosy upstairs drawing room and cocktail bar.

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

A stylish brasserie on Chelsea’s posh Cheyne Walk.

In this stretch of south Chelsea, there are few places more inviting than the robin-egg-blue exterior of No. Fifty Cheyne, an elegant rebrand of what was once Cheyne Walk Brasserie. Inside, the new look is timeless and classy: think high ceilings, sprigs of spring blossoms and flickering taper candles. It’s all very chic.

Happily the modern European cooking is as plush and impeccable as the decor, without becoming fiddly or mean-portioned. Standout dishes included a creamy scallop lifted by an asparagus sauce, or the butter-soft rib-eye steak, which had been flame-licked by the wood-fired grill. As for the cotton-fluffy chips with crisp beef-fat crusts, these were good enough to get emotional over.

Do watch the bill, though: that scallop starter cost £19.50, the steak a hefty £33.50 (not that the feathers of the well-coiffed Chelsea crowd seemed the least bit ruffled). Still, dinner here felt like pure magic, making the price tags worth it, particularly if you’re going with someone special. Me? I’d like to take my parents, just to show them that I’m all grown up.

No. Fifty Cheyne says
Iain Smith leads the way as Head Chef, creating a constantly evolving menu using the finest British ingredients centred around a calescent open grill.
Our wine lists have been carefully curated to be exquisite yet at exceptional value.

“These testing times present an opportunity for myself and our caring, passionate team to focus on supporting suppliers, working with amazing artisans, refining our craft and perfecting menus to create a lasting memory for every single guest, be that in the wholesome home that is No. Fifty Cheyne or in the comfort of your own.” Iain Smith

We would like to thank you for your support and patronage, every bit helps us greatly in keeping No. Fifty Cheyne standing proud at the heart of the Old Chelsea neighbourhood.

Details

Address: 50 Cheyne Walk
London
SW3 5LR
Transport: Tube: Sloane Square
Price: Dinner for two with drinks and service: around £170.
Contact:
Opening hours: RESTAURANT Wednesday – Saturday from Midday ’til 3pm – Lunch service (’til 4pm Sundays) Monday – Sunday from 6pm ’til 11.30pm – Dinner service UPSTAIRS at FIFTY Monday and Tuesday from 6pm ’til Midnight Wednesday – Friday from Midday ’til Midnight Saturday – Sunday from Midday ’til 12am
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