WHERE TO EAT IN BELGRAVIA
The Alfred Tennyson
Housed in a handsome Georgian townhouse, The Alfred Tennyson is tucked behind the bustling shopping streets of Knightsbridge and Sloane Street, but once you step inside, you could feel a million miles away. Open for lunch and dinner every day, as well as for a traditional Sunday Roast—not to be missed if you’re visiting the UK! Motcomb Street is like a secret, beautiful corner of Belgravia with a mixture of shops and restaurants to explore. With Ottolenghi and Pantechnicon next door, The Alfred Tennyson is just moments from all the glories of Hyde Park.
The Thomas Cubitt
A unique Georgian Pub located in the heart of Belgravia and just a short walk from Victoria Station and Sloane Square, on possibly one of the most perfect streets in London—well that’s what we think. With neighbours like Jo Loves, Moyses Stevens and Philip Treacey we’re in fairly special company. Come to The Thomas Cubitt for lunch and stay in this little corner of Belgravia for the day. It’s central London but a quiet corner, away from the hubbub but with some seriously lovely stores literally on the doorstep.
There’s a lot of pink…..and most importantly, a lot of amazing cupcakes. It’s one of the most popular places to visit in Belgravia. You’ve most likely seen it already on Instagram or TikTok. It’s pretty tempting just to take a look. From intricately decorated cupcakes to exquisite layer cakes, each creation is a masterpiece that showcases the artistry and craftsmanship behind the brand.
A proper neighbourhood hotel in a leafy corner of Belgravia. The Orange stands at the heart of Pimlico Road’s Design District with beautiful antique shops, textile shops and designers on the doorstep. Orange Square is the home to Pimlico Farmer’s Market every Saturday, it’s like a village in the heart of central London. We are perfectly located to get to wherever your plans take you but with a lovely variety of places to go or stroll past to get the complete London experience. We are only moments away from Sloane Square, The Kings Road and The Saatchi Gallery and just around the corner is Elizabeth Street—a beautiful street with an exceptional row of shops and stores including our sister pub, The Alfred Tennyson.
SHOPPING IN BELGRAVIA
The extraordinary Pantechnicon is right next door to The Alfred Tennyson. A Nordic and Japanese village in the heart of London. Located in a stunning white building on Motcomb Street, it’s home to a number of shops, cafes and restaurants all serving Japanese flavours. Ideal for food, drinks and shopping.
Purveyors of beautiful bouquets of flowers, offering the best international and British blooms. A wonderful florist with the most eye-catching displays. Who doesn’t love flowers?
From Jo Malone, and her only store, selling some seriously wonderful smelling perfumes and more.
Me + Em
Instead of leafing through the catalogue, you can actually visit the shop, right on our doorstep in Belgravia.
Milliner to the stars. Hat royalty. Philip Treacy has become the world’s most in-demand hat designer.
A farm shop like no other. The Pimlico outpost of everyone’s favourite Cotswolds farm shop. You can go for breakfast through to supper in their first floor café and their menu follows the rhythm of the seasons, using fresh produce from their organic farms.
This is literally chocolate heaven. A beautiful shop on Motcomb Street packed to the rafters with chocolate. All in the most beautiful packaging too.
Faithfully recreating antique textiles by hand since 1990.
The creators of the most beautiful and original fabrics. Here is their only London showroom. Step inside for some interior inspiration.
THINGS TO DO IN BELGRAVIA
Explore this contemporary art gallery that showcases works by both emerging and established artists. Often hosting exhibitions that highlight the dynamic art scene in the area.
Chelsea Flower Show
The one and only. A chance to admire some of the most incredible gardens you can imagine and maybe grab just that little bit of inspiration. Every May and only 5 minutes away from The Orange.