Cocktails For Breakfast

The Ivy Chelsea Garden

For as long as we can remember, Londoners have been flocking to The Ivy’s enduringly desirable King’s Road brasserie and grill for all-day breakfast, lunch and three-course dinner.

A traditional haunt for local mums and daughters, BFFs and still-sleepy Sunday brunchers, The Ivy Chelsea Garden delivers stepped-up comfort food and a venerable collection of all-time favourites, in style. But what really makes the occasion worth writing home for us, aside from the mimosas, is the Ivy’s charming alfresco atmosphere. And, the oh-so-English terraced gardens and conservatory-style orangery café add a touch of class that makes even simple scrambled eggs on toast with tangy Seville orange marmalade feel like a royal feast.

Yes, you will need to make a reservation for prime time on weekends, well in advance.

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