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A Guide to Belgravia
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A Guide to Belgravia

Just a short walk from both Sloane Square and Victoria Station, Belgravia presents a charming village vibe, with an array of pretty streets, the area plays host to a repertoire of unique culinary hotspots, independent boutiques and wellness retreats. With dining options to suit all price brackets, you are sure to find something to tantalise your taste buds, from a delicate afternoon tea to a hearty pub supper.


Wander along the Pimlico Road to discover luxury homewares, designer fabrics and rare antiques and interiors. Celebrated interior designer Nina Campbell and furniture store Soane all have showrooms in the area. Visit Elizabeth Street to see the floral-incrusted shop fronts and curb-side cafés, whilst a trip to Eccleston Yard is just the ticket to experience Belgravia’s trendiest al-fresco dining and lazy drinking spots, set around a central courtyard the area is decked out with chairs and benches for visitors to relax and take in the inspiring architecture.




Where to eat:


Peggy Porschen Parlour


As the mistress of prettiness, the brand’s iconic magical tea room with its ode to everything pink has been wowing visitors since opening in 2010. With its instantly recognisable floral draped exterior and Instagram-ready cakes it’s perfect for those who want to indulge in something sweet and pretty. Drop by for the house favourite ‘Chocolate Heaven Cupcake’ or immerse yourself in a full afternoon tea experience.


Atis

Located in the popular Eccleston Yard, Atis serves nourishing healthy food, with a selection of plant-based grain bowls and warming dishes alongside protein snacks and drinks. Their wholesome fare is prepared daily on-site with the option to eat their power-packed food on-site or takeaway, with many dishes starting at under £10.00.


Thomas Cubitt

A unique Georgian pub in the heart of Elizabeth Street Thomas Cubitt is the perfect setting for people watching whilst indulging in fine pub-grub. The restaurant menu is extensive and offers sun-drenched outdoor seating as well as cozy spaces within the oak-floored dining room. With its constant buzzy atmosphere, it’s a great spot to take in the glamorous street vibe and watch the world go by.



Where to shop:


A must-visit for flower enthusiasts is Moyses Stevens, as one of London’s most established and celebrated florists Moyses has been at the forefront of the flower industry for nearly 150 years. The stunning store on Elizabeth Street is noted for its couture flower arrangements and decorated storefront. A popular choice for residents and visitors alike the store is perfect for bouquets of beautiful season blooms and delightful gifts.


Another notable store in the area is gourmet supermarket, Bayley and Sage, an emporium of imported fine wines, cheeses and unusual delicacies, a feast for the eyes and the belly. Get your picnic basket stacked up here.




For fashionistas visit relaxed modern fashion brand Me + Em, or check out boutique shoe retailer and boot specialist Penelope Chivers. Another store not to be missed is Loquet London, where customers can design their very own locket, with a selection of charms.


Where to chill:


Re: Mind


Re: Mind Studio provides the city dweller with an oasis of purity and calm, with breathwork and energy healing, the space is dedicated to tranquillity and relaxation. The studio offers a range of holistic treatments and classes to soothe the soul, from divine sound bath sessions where you can drift off into bliss, to individual wellness packages. In addition to a range of classes, the studio has an on-site shop selling beautifully curated oils, snacks and self-care products.


Psycle


For those looking to get sweaty Psycle provides workouts that harness the power of movement for both strength training in body and mind, their uplifting classes are designed to empower and tone. Try out their popular barre class or unwind with yoga.


For more information on Belgravia visit https://www.belgravialdn.com/


Written by Claire Bloom


Photography by Nyla Sammons

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