Harden's survey result
“A lovely, surprising find” in a Pimlico side street, this “cheerful local” filled with art is a great place to hang out socially – a “real benefit” in an area where most restaurants are “designed just for tourists”.
“For a delightful and friendly brunch”, this “busy and vibrant” neighbourhood spot is just the ticket – a converted boozer in the side streets of Pimlico that’s a key hang-out in the locality.
Once a Victorian boozer, The Cambridge Street Kitchen is a revived social hub, tucked away in the side streets of Pimlico.Here you can drop by any time for a coffee, leisurely breakfast or settle in for lunch or dinner from our ever-changing seasonal menu. "Our renowned head chef Elliott and his team showcase the very best of each season's produce, making the most of what Britain has to offer to create an inventive menu with flavours inspired from across the globe.". We use quality local suppliers and organic produce wherever possible, like our meat from Macken Brothers in Chiswick, our fish and seafood from Daily Fish in Camden, sustainable rainbow trout from Chalk Stream Foods in Hampshire and our fruit & veg from Solstice in Covent Garden. We think restaurants should be great places to hang out, whether that’s for a business meeting, friendly catch-up or after-work drinks. Down in the basement we’ve got a Ping-Pong room to keep your competitive streak entertained and the cosy Club Room with squishy sofas, a wood fire and long farmhouse table for group dining. Also hidden in the cellar with a touch of attitude and a dangerously delicious cocktail menu, the Clarendon Cocktail Cellar serves up hand-crafted cocktails inspired by works of art.
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52 Cambridge St, London, SW1V 4QQ
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lunch noon - 3 pm. dinner 6 pm - 9.30 pm, Sat 10 pm. Sun 8 am - 8.30 pm
Last orders: 9.30 pm, Sat 10 pm, Sun 8.30 pm