Having enjoyed a pretty strong brekkie at their Kensington Cafe, we’re excited to see Chucs has now opened in Belgravia. Very much in keeping with the style of the other sites, the restaurant plays on 1950s Italian glamour with images of the Amalfi Coast on the walls, marble tables, gold trims and tiled flooring.
The 55-cover restaurant is open seven days a week, from breakfast through to dinner with Alessandro Piludu (previously of Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen in Westland Place) as head chef. If you’re all about the breakfasts, then you’re in safe hands, take a look at our review here. Lunch through to dinner opens up further options with dishes like chicken Milanese with Amalfi
lemon, lamb ragu pappardelle with pumpkin, Dover sole, and Dedham Vale bone-in ribeye for two, as well as that mega tiramisu.
Chucs is not just for dining, you can prop up on a plush stool at the bar and enjoy many a cocktail, including classics like the Negroni and Martini. And with a 210 bin wine list, there’s plenty of exploring to do.
25 Eccleston Street Belgravia SW1W 9NP