There are many, many Italian restaurants in Chelsea to choose from. There’s the old school ones, the very expensive ones, and then the ones you shouldn’t miss. Il Trillo is kind of a combination of all three. It’s been open for over 30 years, has a slightly dated but endearing feel, and can be expensive. But doesn’t have to be. Most of their handmade pastas come in half portions, so the best game plan is to swing by with a group, order several and make your way through the pretty epic wine list. Thanks to the garden out back that’s open all year round, this place is also prime date night material.
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Bluebird is a comfy all-day restaurant, cafe, and upscale dining room that’s great for literally any occasion you can throw at it.
New Culture Revolution
New Culture Revolution is a casual Chinese spot on the Kings Road, and a good inexpensive choice for when you’re lost in Chelsea.
Greenspeares is a cosy deli near Knightsbridge which is a godsend when you’re in this part of London.
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Circolo Popolare is a big, glitzy, and daft Italian trattoria in Fitzrovia that’s made for booze, big groups, and maybe some food.
Cattivo in Brixton doesn’t have the best food, but it’s still a great first drinks and group hangs spot.
Terroni of Clerkenwell
Terroni is an old-school Italian deli in Clerkenwell. It also has a café serving quick, no frills food to eat in and to takeaway.
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