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Nestled inside the iconic World’s End Pub on Chelsea’s Kings Road, the opening of The World’s End Market has seen the historic building transformed into a stylish concept restaurant, while still retaining all of its old world charm. Take your pick of fresh and locally-sourced meat and fish to be prepared in front of you in the open kitchen using a fuss-free approach, paired with some hand-crafted cocktails from the bar. Located between Fulham and Sloane Square on the western end of King’s Road, The World’s End Market draws in discerning foodies from all over London – book in advance to guarantee a table!
Good service. Fun relaxed atmosphere. Good food. Unpretentious. We had fun
Food was good. Our waiter must have been new (poured the tiniest glasses of wine because another member of the wait staff came over to top them up). Fantastic atmosphere for sure though
A very nice restaurant with its own charm in a beautiful neighbourhood
With its industrial-chic tiled walls, rustic wooden furniture and copper lamps combined with the 1930s-style decor, London's The World’s End Market is a chic take on a gastropub, while the walk-in meat fridge and fresh fish counters give this stylish Chelsea eatery a market feel. Begin your meal at The World’s End Market with some freshly-shucked Colchester rock oysters with market sauce, tomato salsa and lemon, or the charcuterie platter served with chutney and a sliced baguette.
Then, choose from the selection of market-fresh meats and fish – options include skate wings, grilled tiger prawns, British T-bone steak, lamb chops and monkfish – or tuck into one of The World’s End Market’s gourmet burgers. We recommend the blue cheese burger (Guilford beef, caramelised onion, blue cheese, shallots, tomato and homemade mayonnaise). Sprawled over three floors, in the basement you’ll find a cocktail bar while the first floor boasts a terrace and bar area, making it an ideal location for both dinner and drinks. Situated on London’s famous Kings Road and open seven days a week, The World’s End Market is one of Chelsea’s culinary hotspots. To avoid disappointment, making a reservation beforehand is recommended.