The aim of the savvy folks behind Chelsea’s Canvas Restaurant was to create an indulgent dining experience which maintains high standards associated with fine dining and simultaneously suits its Wilbraham Place address’ clientele – that is, the young, restless and well-to-do in London’s central south west. The kitchen uses the most cutting edge techniques to bring fine dining to a new generation of guests in the capital. Canvas serves two sittings from Wednesday through to the end of the week.
Moments from Sloane Square and the King’s Road in one of London’s most exclusive postcodes, the Canvas Restaurant brings fine dining in a more casual environment. Bringing the refinement and skill associated with the best in in pan-European food. Led by patron chef, Ruben Aguilar Bel, a Spanish chef who has worked in no less than five (multiple) Michelin starred restaurants before moving to Canvas. In moving to Chelsea’s Wilbraham Place his cooking has been awarded three Rosette awards since 2014.
Aguilar is joined by restaurant manager and sommelier Alis Jusic. Jusic spent time as the sommelier to the Supper Club and at the Westbury Hotel in London and has been with the Canvas Restaurant since it opened in 2013. Between them, the pair are bringing their love of excellent in fine European food to a younger generation in Chelsea. For guests looking to experience something out of the ordinary, Aguilar offers a chef’s table event for the culinarily-inclined to see a top chef in action. There are plenty of fine dining restaurants in the south west of the capital, but this Wilbraham Place restaurant sets itself apart as it brings this food to a younger crowd.