Once home to the Beatles and The Rolling Stones, Chelsea is one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in London. Its location along the Thames gives the neighbourhood a romantic feel even with its bustling streets and crowded shops. Two streets, King’s Road and Fulham Road, run parallel to the Thames and are packed with the best restaurants in Chelsea. The nearby Harrod’s has become synonymous as one of the most extravagant stores in the world, even requiring a dress code for its guests. Taking all this into consideration, it is no wonder that the top places to eat in Chelsea aren’t necessarily budget-friendly. Luckily, it's still possible to find food that isn’t more low-key. There still exist restaurants in Chelsea that hold true to their bohemian roots, if you know where to look.