No. Fifty Cheyne overlooks the River Thames and Cheyne Gardens and is moments from both the Kings Road and Albert Bridge. On the ground floor is the main restaurant area offering a full dining experience. Guests can head to Upstairs at Fifty to either the ruby-red cocktail bar or to the light and airy Drawing room (where afternoon tea is served), to further enjoy their time at No. Fifty Cheyne.
Head Chef Iain Smith, combines flavoursome seasonal ingredients, delivering high quality dishes, such as 'Belted Galloway beef ragout with spatzli, spicy sausage and rose harissa' and 'Cornish monkfish, roscoff onion, potato straws with roast chicken broth'. The restaurant's locally renowned open grill will be working its magic on the freshest fish and hand-picked choice meats.
No. Fifty Cheyne has been designed to be the local restaurant you visit again and again, a destination for Londoners, and guests from further afield.If you want an impressive pub restaurant then this will do the trick.