London is regaining its reputation as a culinary destination
As commercial property managers within the Chelsea Estate, namely sections of both Elystan Street and Cale Street, we are delighted to see that this area of London is regaining its reputation as a culinary destination as featured recently in the Evening Standard. Alongside the shops and salons which include clothing, beauty and interiors specialists, we manage a mixed portfolio of 'foodie' places on these streets which include Jago Butchers of Chelsea, The Bacchus Wine Co., Pellicano Italian restaurant and The Chelsea Fishmonger to name a few. In addition to this, you will find award-winning outlets such as the artisan cheese specialists Paxton & Whitfield (Cheesemonger of the Year 2016) and the high quality grocer Adreas Veg (Greengrocer of the Year 2015) who is serendipitously located at number 4 Cale street, (albeit spelt with a C in stead of a K).
Jonathan Prynn's article in the Standard draws special attention to the new venture named after the road in which it's situated – Elystan Street. This restaurant is headed up by Michelin star-winning chef Phil Howard, and is attracting rave reviews. The full article can be read here: http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/restaurants/a-gastronomic-comeback-being-made-in-chelsea-a3387271.html