Our favourite spots in Chelsea

We love Chelsea and spend most of our time on the King’s Road. Here we have narrowed down the places we love the most!


Duck n Dry

Everyone who knows us knows that we both can’t live without getting our hair done. A great blow-dry is really on the top of our fave things in this world and Duck n Dry on the King’s Road has become our new top spot. A convenient blow-dry bar in such a great location and with friendly staff who have their technique down pat. What’s not to love?


Blue Bird Cafe

Blue Bird Cafe has long been a favourite of ours – and the outside courtyard in summer is such a great place to hangout with friends.


A Wanted Man

This has become a very recent top pick for us. A Wanted Man is such a cute, cosy, chilled spot whether you are meeting a friend for a coffee or just want a place to do some emails. Amazingly friendly staff and all-round vibe is just the best. Great coffee and food!


Lilly Hastedt

Lilly hosted us recently at her beautiful jewellery shop in Old Church Street and we have just fallen in love with her vibe and her unique designs. She is re-locating to a new store in Notting Hill and we are SO excited to see what she does in her new space!


The Ivy

We just adore this beautiful spot. Always a buzz and beautiful people. A must-book for brunch or lunch when you are in town. Their summer courtyard is just heavenly.


Baar & Bass

There are just so many shops that we LOVE on the King’s Road and too many to mention here – but one that just couldn’t be left off this list was Baar & Bass. Such a beautiful boutique with the most amazing electic hand-picked pieces. We love that they stock South African brands including Okapi and Aya! A must-visit when on the King’s Road.



A beautiful light-filled Yoga Studio with a variety of great classes!



An institution. Traditional busy French brasserie. We love Colberts for any time of day.


Angelsea Arms

A little off the King’s Road – this is our favourite pub in Chelsea.



We hope you agree these are some top spots. Have we missed your favourite? Let us know.

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