Bibendum Restaurant is an exciting venue located in Chelsea. Situated in the Michelin House, the building has a fascinating history and gorgeous architecture. The Michelin Building was originally the British headquarters for Michelin, a French tyre company. Now owned by Sir Terence Conran, Simon Hopkinson and Michael Hamlyn, the building is a mix of modern and old. Conran Design Group created the interiors of the restaurant and bar and have worked to blend the history of the building with its contemporary use. The Oyster Bar and Restaurant are named after the Michelin man, Bibendum.
Head Chef Peter Robinson has provided a stylish menu that combines traditional French cooking with British influences. The Restaurant is open all week for lunch and dinner. With stained glass windows, high ceilings and relaxed seating guests can enjoy opulent dining to the full. The Oyster Bar provides a more relaxed setting. The interior is filled with tiles and pictures that depict past races. Enjoy a glass of bubbly or a cocktail with some delicious shellfish. A mosaic of Monsieur Bibendum on the floor of the Oyster Bar Lobby provides the finishing touch to this glamorous scene.
Bibendum Restaurant and Oyster Bar is ideal for lunches and dinners, corporate functions and formal gatherings.
Noon -11pm Monday to Saturday, noon-10.30pm Sunday
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Commissioned by the Michelin Tyre Company as their first permanent British headquarters in 1909, the restaurant has recently been redesigned by founder Sir Terence Conran.