It means that smokers don't have to flood out onto the streets and more
importantly, it means that guests can enjoy outdoor eating and drinking during
the summer months. Bean's has become an institution in the neighbourhood. What
makes it special is the massive outdoor space they have in the back.
Most Chelsea dwellers walk by Maison Blanc on the Fulham Road, look in the
window, drool over the desserts, debate going in to buy an eclaire and then keep
walking. It poly-linen fabric is a
large pub that plays classic rock and serves potato skins and pitchers of beer.
In front of it all and tucked away from the street is a large outdoor eating
space where guests can enjoy a drink or something to eat when the weather is
Outdoor space is limited in congested cities like London, which means that
those who can offer an outdoor experience are in high demand.
Bluebird is located on the Kings Road, about ten metres east of Beaufort
Street. If you're lucky enough to get a table it is warm and wonderful to spend
a few hours sitting there enjoying a pizza and a bottle of rose. Bean's:
Henry J. It occupies an entire industrial size building, with a cool fashion
shop downstairs, a fine dining restaurant upstairs, a café to the left and a
bakery to the right. A bit of sidewalk or an adjacent piece of land is all you
need. The menu is far from extensive, but the staff are fairly relaxed and
generally will let you hang around as long as you like. It serves delicious a la
carte food, with something to enjoy for everyone.
Chelsea Farmer's Market:
Henry J. Bean's lacks the pretension of Chelsea's Farmers Market but it also
lacks the bright sunshine (it is very shaded). What many people don't know is
that there is a charming little outdoor section in the back where guests can
enjoy one of a variety of light salads or sandwiches that they offer.. Some of
the most popular terraces in London's west end are:
Henry J. With limited outdoor dining options in Chelsea, Henry J. Build in a
fabric shelter to establish the area as your own and protect your guests from
extreme sun and you've got yourself an outdoor restaurant in the city of
The Wine Gallery on Hollywood Road is an extension of the much loved pub
Brinkley's.It's amazing what a little outdoor space can add to a restaurant or
pub. The restaurant isn't very big so it's best to make a reservation and if you
want a table outside you'll have to ask for one. That's right folks, Maison
Blanc is not just a pastry shop.
You don't need a massive terrace or back garden to offer your clients an
outdoor dining option. Bean's is located on the Kings Road in the heart of
Chelsea. Chelsea's Farmers Market has no foliage blocking the sun. The service
is good, the food is excellent and the price is right