Whether it’s your local for a coffee and catch-up, or you’ve got your fingers-crossed that you’ll bump into a reality TV star, there’s no denying that being in Bluebird makes you feel like you could be papped outside. If there’s one thing we can agree on, it’s that Bluebird is one of the most iconic restaurants in Chelsea. If you didn’t already know, it’s basically it’s own village, since it’s made up of a restaurant, bar, café and courtyard, food store, wine cellar and bakery. What more could you want?
Bluebird’s Cafe and Courtyard, situated downstairs by the entrance, is where you’ll want to be. The vibe is more casual and laid-back than the restaurant upstairs (and actually serves breakfast), while the quality of food is still on par. Start your morning with a Bellini or a green juice, kick back and enjoy the morning with fellow SW3 regulars.
The 'Big Bird'
Free range old english sausages, dry cure bacon, clarence court eggs, portobello mushroom, roast sicilian tomato