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After a recent refurbishment by celebrated designer Martin Brudnizki, neighbourhood favourite Daphne’s has risen like a phoenix, and continues to be a beacon of the Chelsea restaurant scene, nestling amongst the beautiful Brompton Cross shops including J Crew, Joseph and Chanel.
The restaurant, bar and conservatory (private room) are vibrant and inviting and have been designed with the colour palettes of Italy firmly in mind. Daphne’s maintains its effortless charm and familiarity, which have made it such a favourite amongst the residents of Chelsea and further afield.
Daphne’s appeal lies not only in its seasonal cooking, but also its natural warmth and effortless Italian charm. The elegant surrounds of the Daphne’s conservatory can accommodate up to 40 guests for a private lunch or dinner and is licensed to host wedding or civil ceremonies. In summer, the bright conservatory creates an alfresco feel; in winter a blazing fire in the open range turns it into an intimate retreat.
Located in Brompton Cross between Chelsea and South Kensington, it is an ideal spot for lunch after shopping in nearby Knightsbridge or King’s Road. The Natural History Museum, Science Museum, V&A, Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall and Royal Court are also just around the corner.
Daphnes Conservatory offers Tuscan charm in South Kensington. Lunch or dinner for up to 40 people (drinks and canapés for 50) is possible in this warm and friendly environment.
The intimate, charming Conservatory has an open fire in winter and a retractable roof for the summer. The neighbourhood of Brompton Cross is handy for nearby Chelsea and Kensington with their wealth of museums and galleries.
Private dining menus are available at £46, £50, £58 and £70, and feature the finest seasonal Italian fare