Cuisine: Cafe, Crêperie, Mixed
Price Point: Mains from £10-£20
This sleek artisan spot in the heart of one of the capital’s most exclusive postcodes is on a mission to show Londoners just how versatile crepes can be. Step inside and you’ll be greeted by the smell of freshly ground Caravan coffee beans as a crowd of well-heeled locals and their children sip freshly squeezed juices.
Largely made from organic ingredients and with a base in nutrient-rich buckwheat flour, their crepes can form the basis of everything from a lazy brunch to a light lunch. The signature Chelsea option is an umami-rich combination of stilton, chorizo and peppery rocket, but if you’re looking for comfort food the tartiflette is unmissable. Laden with creamy dauphinoise potatoes and crispy shards of bacon, it’s like a hug in a meal.
Little ones will love the salted caramel waffle and selection of homemade Italian gelatos, while you’ll adore the crepe Suzette, a sophisticated treat flambeed in Grand Marnier.