About The Chelsea Pensioner

While we’re excited about The Chelsea Pensioner choosing to forgo retirement in order to keep Fulham Road fuelled with their signature flatbread pizzas in the years to come, we’re even more excited about indulging in this Chelsea free house’s evil genius invention, The Sharey Mary. Yes, the DIY Bloody Mary has come to London, and it goes down a treat when built and shared with friends, especially come those gloomy Sundays.

Opening Times

Closed now
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Wednesday
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Thursday
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Friday
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Saturday
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Sunday
12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Address

The Chelsea Pensioner
358 Fulham Road, Chelsea
London SW10 9UU

Menu Highlights

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Breakfast

Light Bite Pensioner Breakfast

Free range eggs, streaky bacon, Cumberland sausage, sautéed mushrooms, baked beans, grilled vine tomato & toast
£5.00

Full French Breakfast

Free range egg omelette, mushrooms, roasted ham, wilted spinach, shallots, grilled tomato & brie
£9.00

Pensioner Vegetarian Breakfast

Two free range eggs, smashed avocado, grilled aubergine, two veggie sausages, veggie rolls, pickled red peppers, sautéed mushrooms, chunky chips, baked beans, grilled vine tomato & toast
£9.00
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Mains

Fish & Chips

Battered cod, tartare sauce & mashed peas
£8.00

Mozzarella filled Chicken Burger

Grilled free range chicken topped with mozzarella. With lettuce, tomato, gherkin and a classic Marinara sauce. Served with french fries and onion rings.
£7.50

Tuna Salad

Tuna chunks in olive oil, black olives, hard boiled egg, red onion and green leaves drizzled in Italian balsamic vinegar
£8.00

More about The Chelsea Pensioner, London

The gentlefolk at Simmons, with bars dotted across King’s Cross and Camden, bring the good people of Chelsea yet another chapter in free house history, the eminently affordable and fun Chelsea Pensioner, along Fulham Road. This new London pub promises to revolutionise the tired concept of after work drinks in west London, offering prices that are actually half-decent that will enable some hobnobbing with colleagues and compatriots, scarlet-jacketed and tricorn-hatted or not. The drinks selection is enviable, with taps counting Meantime, Camden Brewery, Aspall’s Cider, Sharp’s Doom Bar, Guinness and our favourite usual suspect Europeans among their number.

The bottled range deepens The Chelsea Pensioner’s ruddy glow, as does the punchy international wine list, not to mention the craft cocktails whipped up according to recipes from the Simmons group’s central London mixology experts. A major draw to this Chelsea pub, besides the genuinely well-priced drink (a rarity in this rather plush area), is undoubtedly the food: famous flatbread pizzas, Sunday roasts, pies, fries, and bar fodder. This is all best enjoyed in the other little secret that The Chelsea Pensioner keeps down Fulham Road: the beer garden, which also hosts movie screenings from time to time. Don’t quit your day job, but do book some elbow space at The Chelsea Pensioner and enjoy a taste of the golden years.

5 The Chelsea Pensioner Reviews

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5 Reviews
Atmosphere:Pleasant
Noise levels:Average
Value for money:Great value
Food:Good
Service:Excellent
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
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"Excellent"6/6
William M.a month ago · 1 review

Restaurant weren’t serving as it was a football day, but the service was still good as the place was packed with thirsty football fans, the bar staff were friendly and efficient.

"Great"5/6
Paul J.2 years ago · 4 reviews

Great atmosphere an a Chelsea match day as it was when visited,lovely staff and very busy but made time for you.food was lovely and did not wait too long for it considering how busy the pub was

"Great"5/6
Cameron S.5 months ago · 1 review

Nice restaurant. Very quiet, not too crowded. Good prices, friendly staff. I'd probably avoid it if there was a Chelsea home match as it's proximity to stadium would mean it would be quite crowded.

"Excellent"6/6
Francesca C.2 years ago · 1 review

Lovely, accommodating staff, great atmosphere, love the decor. Loved the karaoke room! The drinks were good and cheap too. Perfect place for a fun, inexpensive night out.

"Okay"3/6
Samy B.2 months ago · 1 review

Good place to see some football or rugby games. Noisy but it’s usually like that in pubs! You can play snooker 🎱 with your friends as well.