9 Chelsea Flower Show Inspired Menus To Try Next Week

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The RHS Chelsea Flower Show will cast its floral spell over London once again next week, and Chelsea’s restaurants are gearing up to dazzle with floral-inspired set menus, colourful cocktails and installations, inspired by this year’s ‘Flowers On Film’ theme.

From The Ivy Chelsea Garden’s wisteria wonderland cocktails to Rabbit’s farm-to-fork set menus, these are the bars and restaurants we can’t wait to visit during Chelsea Flower Show 2023.

The Best Restaurants Near Chelsea Flower Show

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The Ivy Asia Chelsea

The Ivy Asia will be celebrating the Chelsea Flower Show in style with a limited edition dessert – the Tirayuzu. The special creation is a blend of white chocolate, zesty Yuzu, delicate lemon sponge, and a luscious mango sorbet. Sounds delicious – and for £10.95, it’s the perfect pitstop after a day at the enchanting Chelsea Flower Show.

Where: 201-203A, King’s Rd, London SW3 5ED

Website: www.theivyasia.com


The iconic Daphne’s restaurant will undergo a captivating metamorphosis to celebrate the Chelsea Flower Show this year, transforming its already beautiful conservatory into a breathtaking Italian countryside oasis. Expect baroque statues, lush greenery, and a tapestry of jasmine flowers as you tuck into an exclusive selection of limited-edition dishes to celebrate the occasion.

The restaurant has also joined forces with Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto to create an Italian-inspired cocktail menu to sip and savour throughout the brighter days and longer nights of summer.

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Where: 112 Draycott Ave, London SW3 3AE

Website: www.daphnes-restaurant.co.uk

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Daphne's will transform its conservatory into a breathtaking Italian countryside oasis.

Beaverbrook Townhouse

Once you’ve feasted your eyes on Beaverbrook Townhouse’s stunning floral display, venture inside to the inviting Sir Franks Bar. Here you can try the ‘Beauty of the Season’ cocktail, a tribute to the enchanting Cherry Blossoms blooming throughout the Chelsea neighbourhood. Indulge in a blend of Ki No Bi gin, St. Germain, Cointreau, and a touch of orange bitter, expertly crafted to create a refreshing taste of spring.

Where: 115-116 Sloane St, London SW1X 9PJ

Website: www.beaverbrooktownhouse.co.uk

The Ivy Chelsea Garden

The Ivy Chelsea Garden always pulls out all the stops for the Chelsea Flower Show, and this year is no different, captivating passers-by with its mesmerising transformation into a Wisteria Wonderland. The restaurant’s façade will be taken over by a beautiful floral installation, where woodland creatures emerge from their hibernation and seasonal flowers are in full bloom.

To celebrate, the restaurant has teamed up with Lillet to create an exclusive collection of bespoke summer cocktails. Available from Monday 22nd to Sunday 28th May, guests can indulge in refreshing sips that capture the essence of the season, and finish off with a limited-edition dessert to top it all off.

Where: 195-197 King’s Rd, London SW3 5EQ

Website: www.ivycollection.com

Rubens at The Palace

For an afternoon tea inspired by nature, The Rubens At The Palace have introduced a floral twist to their afternoon tea offering, with a dedicated pastry for the Chelsea Flower Show. The Queen Bee pastry is a delicious combination of Yuzu, kumquat and fennel, with an orange blossom honey and almond biscuit base. Deliciously floral.

Where: 39 Buckingham Palace Rd, London SW1W 0PS
Website: www.rubenshotel.com


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Located just off the bustling King’s Road, Stanley’s draws inspiration from the quintessential English country garden. The restaurant and courtyard bar are the perfect place to unwind in a serene atmosphere after exploring Chelsea, and the menu is a testament to their commitment to showcasing the utmost quality of seasonal ingredients, sourced from the finest British suppliers.

Whether you’re after a leisurely meal or a refreshing summer cocktail, Stanley’s is the perfect spot to pop into any time of day during Chelsea Flower Show.

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Where: 151 Sydney St, London SW3 5UE

Website: www.stanleyschelsea.co.uk

Sloane Place

It’s botanical bliss over at The Sloane Club and Sloane Place as they unveil their Chelsea Flower Show cocktail menu, paying tribute to the majestic bee and showcasing its importance, fragility, and strength in the world.

Savour the Honey Moon Sour, a bittersweet fusion of Monkey 47 gin, St Germain, lemon juice, and honey water; the Sloane Flower G&T, a classic gin and tonic elevated with a floral twist of violet; or the My Hibiscus Martini, a blend celebrating the empowering force of femininity.  Each sip is a testament to the delicate harmony of nature and mixology, and their new summer terrace is the perfect spot to soak up the atmosphere.

Where: 60 Lower Sloane St, London SW1W 8BP

Website: www.sloaneplace.com


Kahani, the high-end Indian restaurant in the heart of Chelsea, is celebrating the Chelsea Flower Show with two delicious floral cocktails running exclusively from 22-29th May. Even better, show your Chelsea Flower Show tickets and you’ll get a free cocktail with your meal.

The Florallini is made up of Blossom jasmine and rose gin, lychee liqueur, lychee juice and lemon juice topped with Champagne; and The Chelsea Garden incorporates a blackberry muddle, vodka, blackcurrant liqueur, cranberry juice, lemon juice and some sugar syrup for extra sweetness.

Show your Chelsea Flower Show tickets and you’ll get a free cocktail with your meal.

Where: 1 Wilbraham Pl, London SW1X 9AE

Website: www.kahanilondon.com


As the King’s Road blossoms into a tapestry of florals, Rabbit will be home to a breathtaking floral installation by Amanda Austin and a Chelsea in Bloom set menu. Kick off with a welcome cocktail, The Pink Floyd, made with Pink Floyd rose petals and Blood Orange Gin, before indulging in a five-course menu, including the tempura courgette flower with goat’s cheese mousse and harissa mayo; mushroom and marmite éclair; and a white chocolate and cherry cheesecake for dessert.

Oh, and the cocktail is served in an utterly adorable welly boot – which, aside from the brilliant farm-to-fork dining, is reason enough to visit.

Where: 172 King’s Rd, London SW3 4UP

Website: www.rabbit-restaurant.com

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