Chelsea Leisure & Entertainment
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Home to the Saatchi Art Gallery for those who like art galleries, however the main draw to Chelsea is the two miles worth of shopping available, it is a mecca for those looking to splurge. Chelsea is also home to the Duke of York Pedestrian Precinct, Chelsea Harbour and the National Army Museum.
The Royal Court Theatre is on Sloane Square and The Finborough, is the leading fringe theatre, Chelsea also benefits from three cinemas. There are plenty of private health clubs here and swimming pools to enjoy. For football fans Stamford Bridge is located here, home to Chelsea football team.
Chelsea Restaurant & Bars
Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant ‘Aubergine’ is here on Royal Hospital Road, which is run by the 3 Michelin star Clare Smyth, the only female chef in the world to achieve such an accolade. ‘Five Fields’, ‘Medlar’, ‘Colbert’ and ‘The Painted Heron’ all offer fine dining experiences and Chelsea’s restaurants are among the best in the city.
Try ‘Le Colombier’ for lovely French food and great service. ‘Aquasia’ is an award winning bar and terrace, with fusion food on the menu. Try ‘Bumpkin Chelsea’ for traditional British food, ‘Goat DRINK’ in Chelsea has a trendy New York feel for drinks after work and delicious cocktails. For luxury head to the private members bar ‘The Chelsea Prayer Room.’ For a more lively evening, where you can dance and full of celebrities try ‘JuJu Chelsea’.
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