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* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

The World’s End – a huge Grade II listed late-Victorian gin palace that’s long been a landmark of the more distant stretches of Chelsea’s King’s Road – offers an ‘immersive’ experience nowadays, comprising basement ‘Bletchley’ Bar (1940s vibe), top-floor Chelsea Black Martini bar and a ground-floor restaurant. Initially branding as ‘Journey’ was replaced with ‘Jolie’ mid-lockdowns in autumn 2020 – a ‘salon’ serving French-inspired sharing plates and with bottomless brunch a big feature.

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Restaurant details

No dress code


Traditional European menu

Main Pudding
£26.50 £7.00
Wine per bottle £26.00
Filter Coffee £0.00
Service 12.50%
Chelsea Funhouse, 459 King's Road, London, SW10 0LR
Opening hours
Monday12 pm‑5 pm, 5 pm‑12 am
Tuesday12 pm‑5 pm, 5 pm‑12 am
Wednesday12 pm‑5 pm, 5 pm‑12 am
Thursday12 pm‑5 pm, 5 pm‑12 am
Friday12 pm‑5 pm, 5 pm‑12 am
Saturday12 pm‑5 pm, 5 pm‑12 am
Sunday12 pm‑5 pm, 5 pm‑12 am