The Cheyne Walk Brasserie is no more, with new restaurant and cocktail bar No. Fifty Cheyne taking its place. Opening in February after a complete rebuild, masterminded by Sally Greene (Founder Director of the Old Vic and proprietor of Ronnie Scott’s) and designed by Lambert and Brown, No. Fifty Cheyne will be a two-floor space.
The cocktail lounge and drawing room will be on the first floor, with the 70 seat restaurant on the ground floor. Head Chef Iain Smith, who’s worked extensively with Jason Atherton and the Galvin brothers, will be serving up a modern British menu with the kitchen centred around an open grill, so expect dishes like Belted Galloway beef ragout with spatzli, spicy sausage and rose harissa, and Cornish monkfish with roscoff onion, potato straws and roast chicken broth. You’ll also be able to pre-order some epic sounding Sunday roasts like a whole suckling pig, a rib of beef or a whole salmon. And of top all that, No. Fifty Cheyne will have great views over both Cheyne Gardens and the Thames.
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Opens February 2019
50 Cheyne Walk, London, SW3 5LR