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44 Harrington Rd, South Kensington, London. SW7 3ND

Iddu is an inviting neighbourhood Sicilian restaurant, wine bar and coffee spot – a veritable punto d’incontro – set to bring the warm, sociable spirit of Sicilian hospitality to South Kensington.  This is our go to place for breakfast – we can’t recommend this highly enough.


1 Harrington Gardens, Kensington, London SW7 4JW, UK

Grills, stonebaked pizza and pastas. Food like this screams home, and that’s never been more true when it comes to The Harrington. Calix Restaurant is located directly below 1 Harrington Gardens. Enjoy a day at some of the nation’s very best museums or browsing Knightsbridge’s gilt-edged shopping experience before enjoying a homely meal in relaxed surroundings of Calix. (please note that this is currently closed for refurbishment work – Opening end of Q1 2019)

Fait Maison

144 Gloucester Road, London. SW7 4SZ

Seek refuge from the hustle and bustle of West London. The fabulous Salon du thé has classic breakfast favourites, seasonally inspired menus, a splendid array of wonderful patisserie, and, of course, the great coffee and tea you would expect from Fait Maison.


4 Erskine Road, Primrose Hill. NW3 3AJ

Manna is a little further afield than many of the restaurants we’ve featured here, but if you’re looking for a gourmet vegetarian experience, Manna is worth going the extra distance for. One of finest and oldest gourmet vegetarian establishments in Europe is founded on the principle of embracing international cuisine, and food philosophies and disciplines, on a journey to discover new tastes and approaches to healthy living. Manna is located in Primrose Hill, a 25 minute drive from your Harrington apartment.

Fulham Tarts

1 Kynance Place, London. SW7 4QS

With a hot lunch from our daily blackboard (how about a lasagne, piping-hot from Carlo’s oven or maybe chicken escalopes?) two side salads and a glass of wine for £11.25, at Fulham tarts you can eat indecently well without overpaying for the undoubted privilege. Or enjoy a prawn, ham or chicken tramezzino, a selection of salads and a glass of wine with the added advantage of change from a tenner.  Oh and by the way, their coffee is to die for.


145 Knightsbridge, London. SW1X 7PA

The Buddha-Bar is famous the world over and their restaurant in Knightsbridge has won many plaudits for their dinning experience.   The team at The Buddha-Bar continuously produce innovative and elegant Japanese food which is a delight on the palette.  If you are looking for a fashionable restaurant in Knightsbridge and experience which you can share with your friends then this is the place for you.


12-14 Heddon Street, off Regent Street. W1B 4DA

Tibits is the oldest vegetarian restaurants in the world, and as you would expect, is one of the best places to eat veggie cuisine in the UK. This classy, self-service restaurant with its friendly, knowledgeable staff is a health freak’s heaven. The Tibits menu changes with the seasons but no matter the time of year, you’ll always be able to enjoy exceptional, ethical ingredients and dishes. Tibits is located just off Regent Street; a 17 minute drive from The Harrington.

Gallery Mess

Duke Of York’s HQ, King’s Rd, London. SW3 4RY

Gallery Mess at the Saatchi Gallery has attracted enthusiastic reviews for its beautiful setting, charming atmosphere and excellent food. With exposed brickwork, vaulted ceilings and display of art, the listed interior provides the perfect location for dinner, a long leisurely lunch or drinks.

Raoul’s Restaurant and Deli

105-107 Talbot Road, Notting Hill. W11 2AT

Raoul’s is West London’s very own culinary Mediterranean retreat. Warm, fresh and exotic the menu is rich with produce from the region making it a unique dining experience for both Londoners and visitors to the city. Steak and crab to Italian antipasti, it’s all within a 15 minute cab ride from your exclusive apartment at The Harrington.

Coco Momo Kensington

25 Gloucester Road, South Kensington,  London. SW7 4PL

There are two sides to Gloucester Road’s own Coco Momo. During the day it’s a restaurant serving fresh, seasonal menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner whereas, by night, it transforms into a chic bar. You’ll be able to enjoy an array of cocktails and wine list to please any palette. Como Momo is a short walk from The Harrington and is even closer to Gloucester Road Underground, opening up the whole of West London for your night on the town.

The Good Life Eatery

59 Sloane Avenue , London. SW3 3DH

The Good Life Eatery in Chelsea is a superfood cafe aimed at showing men and women alike that eating healthy freshly prepared food can be tasty, fun and fashionable.  With cold pressed juices, smoothies and all day menus, their food is exciting and modern.  If you are in the area looking for something that tastes good and makes you feel even better, try here.


110 Talbot Road, Bayswater. W11 1JR

Nama is a unique gem in West London’s crown of amazing eating establishments. Nama specialises in artisan raw food menus and produce. All Nama’s wares are 100% meat, wheat, dairy and gluten-free as well as being vegan, organic and unprocessed. Everything you eat at Nama is cooked at 42°C or below, ensuring all the naturally occurring vitamins, minerals and enzymes remain intact, giving you the healthiest meal possible. Nama is a 13 minutes in a taxi from your Harrington apartment into London’s cosmopolitan Notting Hill area.

Tom’s Kitchen

27 Cale Street, Chealsea, London. SW3 3QP

Tom’s Kitchen is the informal little sister of the Michelin-starred Tom Aikens Restaurant. Tom’s Kitchen in Chelsea prepares the finest comfort food favourites from modern the Great British menu. Eating in this old townhouse is a relaxed affair where you can dine any time of day. Tom’s Kitchen is four minutes from The Harrington in a taxi.

Ravi Shanka

133-135 Drummond St, Euston, London NW1 2HL

From looks alone this is certainly not one of the top restaurants within our TimeOut  section.  But we urge you to put looks aside and if you want to try some truly authentic Indian cuisine at very reasonable prices then this is worthy of a visit.  You may think that this is a little old-fashioned but we think that this is part of the charm and the food is delicious.

Diwana Bhel Poori House

121-, 123 Drummond St, London NW1 2HL

This is South Indian vegetarian street food at its best. The atmosphere is sunny and simple and the food equally so.  From a design point of view it may not be among the top Indian restaurants in London, but the food is well worth trying.

The Orange Pub

37 Pimlico Road, Sloane Square, London. SW1W 8NE

Within The Orange Pub’s beautifully restored building you’ll find a bustling bar serving fine ales and cocktails. Their casual dining rooms on the ground and first floor offer a fresh and seasonal modern European menu.  This is a great gastro pub between Chelsea and Victoria which has a fantastic atmosphere while being a light and airy place to have a meal.

TomTom Coffee House

63 Elizabeth Street, Belgravia, London. SW1W 9PP

Tomtom Coffee House is special coffee shop on the corner of Elizabeth Street. They have a very good reputation for producing one of the finest cup’s of coffee in London. Their coffee drinks are made freshly from our own roast beans, using the best equipment on the market and by our expert Barista.   Delicious food is offered all day, from breakfast boiled eggs, to lunch time pies, to afternoon cakes and early evening nibbles summer time.   This is one of our must visit places if you are coming to London for the first time.

Cambio De Terico

163 Old Brompton Road, Chelsea, London SW5 0LJ

Cambio de Terico is located in the heart of Chelsea-South Kensington  and was established in 1995.  A pioneer in offering modern and innovative Spanish cuisine, this is still the place to go for Tapas and Iberian food. They offer traditional Spanish recipes, their chef’s creative dishes,  are what locals go for.


255 Munster Road, Fulham, London. SW6 6BW

There are many Italian pizzerias in London.  What makes this restaurant stand out and warrants going a little further afield is that they  constantly research and experiment with flour, in order to create a light, fragrant and tasty dough. The method doesn’t follow fixed rules or secrets, it’s only the result of the right mix of fundamental Pizza ingredients.  We think it is one of the most authentic pizza experiences in London and well worth a visit.

Made in Italy

249 King’s Road, Chelsea, London. SW3 5EL

Opened in 1989, MadeinItaly instantly become famous for its real Neapolitan wood fire pizzas and genuine Italian ambience, followed by a wide chain specialized in crisp-crusted, PizzaMetro and authentic Italian food.


9 Conduit Street, Mayfair London W1S 2XG

Sketch is a complex and unique site. Conceived by French master chef Pierre Gagnaire and restaurateur Mazouz, it has attracted unprecedented media reaction for its myriad food, drink and entertainment styles since it opened in December 2002. Gagnaire’s culinary genius has inspired the menus throughout sketch. His eponymous Michelin three-starred Paris restaurant has a distinctive menu style, which Gagnaire had adapted for sketch. Executed by his acolytes, the food is imaginative, bold, ground-breaking and delicious.


45 Lexington Street, Soho, London. W1F 9AN

Mildred’s in Soho serves internationally inspired vegetarian food which is made daily on the premises. Catering for vegetarians, yet popular with omnivores, Mildreds offers friendly informal service in a lively atmosphere coupled with excellent value for money.

The Breakfast Club

33 D’Arblay Street, Soho, London. W1F 8EU

Wallow in an ersatz homage to an 1980s youth at this mini-chain of all-day diners dedicated to the most important meal of the day.  There are few more affable temples to nostalgia than this cluttered café, its brick walls covered with ’80s memorabilia – from record sleeves of celebrated movie soundtracks (Back To The Future, St Elmo’s Fire) to a T-shirt bearing the surnames of the original Breakfast Club actors.


12 Upper St. Martin’s Lane, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9FB

A swish Bombay brasserie in the style of the old post-colonial ‘Irani cafés’ of Bombay, Dishoom is filled with retro design features: whirring ceiling fans, low-level lighting and walls adorned with vintage Indian magazine advertising. This is certainly a place where the design-conscious and Indophile throng here through the day, from breakfast (for sausage nan rolls with chilli jam) to dinner (for the stir-fries and tandoori grills).

Sophie’s Steakhouse

311-313 Fulham Road, London. SW10 9QH

A favourite with the staff at The Harrington, Sophie’s Steakhouse is great for both businesses lunches and relaxed evening meals with friends and family. Sophie’s a real steakhouse with all the authenticity and passion for meat as the great beefy eateries of Argentina. On top of this, the of the finest steaks in all of London is just a ten minute walk from The Harrington.


89 Sloane Avenue, London. SW3 3DX

Steaks made from the finest Argentine cuts of beef is just a five minute taxi ride from The Harrington. Gaucho on Sloane Avenue mixes new, innovative cuisine with the tried and tested tradition of cooking good quality meats with inch-perfect precision. Enjoy an prime cut in a prime location on one of London’s most-stylish avenues.


36 Gloucester Road, London. SW7 4QT

Neighbouring The Harrington’s luxurious, long-stay Cornwall Gardens serviced residences, L’Etranger offers an interesting Franco-Japanese menu. Like the great existential novel from which it takes its name, L’Etranger’s food is as deceptively simple as it is dense, rich and meticulously prepared. A perfect cultural cuisine experience after a day spent in the museums.

Launceston Place

1A Launceston Place, Kensington, London. W8 5RL

Launceston Place is just one of many West London restaurants to be awarded a Michelin star, but few can claim to have been Princess Diana’s favourite local eatery. Elegant and intimate, Launceston Place has no less than four menus of food inspired by Head Chef Tim Allen’s Yorkshire roots and just five minutes drive from The Harrington, elegant English food is not far away.


112 Draycott Avenue, Chelsea, London. SW3 3AE

Daphne’s, Chelsea and South Kensington’s premier Italian restaurant, effortlessly combines a smart dining and with relaxed environment. Staying at The Harrington in winter? Cosy up to one of Daphne’s log fires. Or in summer, enjoy classy al fresco dining on when the restaurant lifts the conservatory roof. Your apartment at The Harrington is a pleasant 15 minute walk from this delightful venue.


5 Raphael Street, Knightsbridge, London. SW7 1DL

Before returning to The Harrington after a day at Harrods, be sure to swing by London’s number one Japanese restaurant. Zuma is glamorous and contemporary. Enjoy the lightest, freshest rolls of sushi from the counter and the best authentic dishes prepared on the robatayaki grill at the centre of the restaurant’s luxurious interior.


13-15 Beauchamp Place, London. SW3 1NQ

There are some restaurants that are much more than places to enjoy an evening meal. Nozomi is one of those venues. Nozomi’s charm is in its ambience; incredible Japanese cuisine created with internationally ingredients melded with an atmosphere of live music. Located behinds Harrods, Nozomi’s exclusive dining experience is five minute taxi ride from your Harrington apartment.


50A Berkeley Street London W1J 8HA

The Harrington’s fantastic location means Mayfair’s myriad of excellent eating establishments are but a ten minute drive away. With separate Asian and Italian Rooms, and a lounge with it’s own menu and entertainment roster, Noikov is one of Mayfair’s largest, most ambitious restaurants. A unique experience for anyone visiting the West End for the first time.


30 North Audley Street, Mayfair,  London. W1K 6ZF

Mayfair’s Roka, from the people behind the extremely successful Zuma, is a vibrant restaurant with an energy that flows directly from the amazing Japanese cuisine cooking on the Robatayaki at the heart of the building. The Harrington recommends the yellowfin sashimi and the lobster hot pot. Visit London in the summertime and enjoy Roka’s amazing 12-seater terrace.


1st floor, 19 Old Park Lane, Mayfair, London. W1K 1LB

Mayfair isn’t necessarily known for being modest and subtle but Nobu, a 13 minute drive from The Harrington, manages to be exactly that. Though understated, this “new style” Japanese restaurant is nothing less than the pinnacle of fine casual dining. The lounge bar in this superlative West London sushi specialist has a licence until 2am, making it the perfect spot for a late night cocktail as well.

The Good Earth

233 Brompton Road, South Kensington, London. SW3 2EP,

Traditional Chinese cuisine is hard to come by, unless you’re staying at The Harrington. You’ll find one of the most celebrate Chinese restaurant’s in London within a 15 minutes walk of your apartment. The Good Earth is decorated with all the splendour of The Orient and offers a relaxed environment away from the hustle and bustle of busy West London.


1-3 Walton Street, Knightsbridge, London. SW3 2JD

One of London’s last remaining, ultra-traditional Italian restaurants. By the website’s own admission, it’s unclear when Scalini first opened. However, what is clear, is that this charming South Kensington restaurant serves outstanding cuisine simply, honestly and without pretence. Enjoy an authentic taste of Italy at Scalini’s; just a five minute taxi ride from your Harrington apartment.

San Lorenzo

22 Beauchamp Place, Knightsbridge, London. SW3 1RE

According to West London-lore, San Lorenzo was another favourite hangout of Princess Diana. Continuing the trend of traditional Italian restaurants in the area, San Lorenzo creates nearly all of it’s produce on-site; from pastas and sauces to ice creams. They even produce their own chefs through a long-standing in-house training school. The Harrington is just a five minute drive from your authentic Italian dinner at San Lorenzo.


254-260 Old Brompton, Chelsea, London. SW5 9HR

Rocco is the Italian restaurant that Italian’s love. This Chelsea eatery, three minutes from The Harrington in a car, is passionate about good food and fine dining without the excessively smart policy of most West London restaurants. Rocco is famous for its experimental menus and with its spacious layout, you’ll have plenty of room to enjoy new and existing flavours and tastes.


85 Duke of York Square, Chelsea, London. SW3 4LY

Manicomio brings more to the table than most Italian restaurants in Chelsea. This modern, sleek establishment is part of an import company, delivering authentic ingredients to London’s top eating spots. Guests are guaranteed the very best food from the Mediterranean just six minutes from your Harrington apartment. With an extensive wine list and a cheese selection that rivals any in Italy, Manicomio should be on your list of places to visit.

La Famiglia

7 Langton Street, The World’s End, Chelsea, London. SW10 0JL

Alvaro Maccioni, the owner of La Famiglia has a saying: “If you cook well, then you are cooking like mamma used to cook. But if you cook really well, then you’re cooking like grandma used to cook.” Despite this emphasis on fine traditional Italian dining, La Famiglia is most definitely part of Chelsea’s new-wave Italian elites. Your 100% Tuscan experience is but a six minute drive from The Harrington.

Chutney Mary

535 King’s Road, Chelsea, London. SW10 0SZ

Restaurateur Namita Panjabi describes Chutney Mary’s culinary approach as ‘gourmet food of the home’. For the longest time, the only place to eat on the Indian subcontinent would’ve been at home. Innovatively created and presented, Harrington guests can taste the very best, classic Indian cuisine made with traditional flavours and recipes on the doorstep of your apartment home.

Star of India

154 Old Brompton Road, South Kensington, London, SW5 0BE

One of London’s oldest Indian restaurants, Star of India was established in 1954. This linchpin of the West End Indian food scene uses knowledge of flavours and spice straight from the subcontinent and uses it to create a diverse menu for guests to enjoy in its homely, relaxed surroundings. Star of India is just a five minute walk from your Harrington apartment.


Motcomb Street, Knightsbridge, London,

The Michelin-starred Amaya is a self-proclaimed ‘new kind of Indian restaurant’ serving up a fashionable street food to its Knightsbridge clientele. So important is the idea of real, honest food from the street to the head chef that he sources his cooks Indian food stalls. Amaya’s food is spectacular. One of the most original eating experiences in the UK is just a 12 minute taxi ride from The Harrington.

Bombay Brasserie

Courtfield Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 4QH

Walk for two minutes from your Harrington apartment and be transported from West London to Bombay. Located just outside Gloucester Road Underground station, the Bombay Brasserie is another long-established restaurant specialising in fine Indian cuisine. Diners enjoy the tastes of the entire Indian subcontinent with food full of Parsi, Goan, Bengali and Gujarati inspirations.

The Thomas Cubitt

44 Elizabeth Street, Belgravia, London. SW1W 9PA

Deep in Belgravia, down a street where once Mary Poppins could’ve walked, you’ll find The Thomas Cubitt. This buzzing boozer (in the most refined sense of the word) serves burgers alongside lobster. Where fine ale shares the bar with superb champagnes. The quintessential, no-fuss English dining of The Thomas Cubitt is a ten minute drive from your Harrington serviced apartment.

The Anglesea Arms

15 Selwood Terrace, South Kensington, London. SW7 3QG

Few pubs can claim to being the favoured watering hole of one goliath of English literature, let alone two. Once favoured by both Charles Dickens and DH Lawrence, the garden terrace of the The Anglesea Arms heaves with drinkers in the summertime while the pub’s restaurant feeds diners a mix of stalwart classic and ever-changing seasonal dishes fit for any gastropub.

The Enterprise

35 Walton Street, Knightsbridge, London, SW3 2HU

If you like to be close to your food while it’s being prepared, The Enterprise is South Kensington’s number one restaurant for the discerning foodies. Guests can see directly into the kitchen as food is being cooked and plates of unique specials are being constructed. A complimentary glass of wine for early diners should get your evening in West London off to a fabulous start.

The Duke of Clarence

148 Old Brompton Road, South Kensington, London

The Duke of Clarence is the oldest licensed building on Old Compton Road and its prestigious history is matched only by it’s impressive wine list and pub grub inspired menu. Located between Gloucester Road and South Kensington Underground stations, and just a six minute walk from The Harrington, The Duke of Clarence is the perfect venue for a relaxed drink or some casual dining.


102 Old Brompton Road,South Kensington, London. SW7 3RD

Bumpkin is about as British as British cuisine gets. If you’re visiting London from overseas and you’re looking for the quintessential taste of these isles, Bumpkin is exactly that. Using locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients this eating establishment, which prides itself on being both authentic and sustainable, is but a four minute walk from your Harrington apartment.

Le Colombier

145 Dovehouse Street, Chealsea, London. SW3 6LB

In the truest of terms, Le Colombier is one of the last remaining proper French restaurants in London. Quiet, elegant and confident in the traditional French food the kitchen produces, La Colombier is your own private corner of Paris on Chelsea Square; 12 minutes walk from The Harrington. Inspired by French brasserie culture, Le Colombier has an entire menu dedicated to seafood and Sunday lunches are very reasonably priced for the area.

Baker and Spice

47 Denyer Street, Chelsea, London SW3 2LX

Everything you can enjoy at Baker and Spice in Chelsea is created that very same day. If you have a sweet tooth you’ll love their selection of cookies, cakes and pastries. If savoury cuisine is more to your taste you’ll want to try their selection of artisan breads and sourdoughs. Whatever your preference, all Baker and Spices’ produce is Fairtrade, organic and sourced locally. The Harrington is a five minute drive from Baker and Spice.

Muriel’s Kitchen

1-3 Pelham Street, South Kensington, London. SW7 2ND

Muriels’ Kitchen has three restaurants across West London but the South Kensington branch of this family business was the first. Serving up home-cooked dishes inspired by her grandmother, Charlotte and her husband Sam, put their all into ensuring diners enjoy every aspect of their family food business. You can enjoy three-generations of quality foodie know-how within a seven minute walk of The Harrington.