The Market Place Restaurant, Sydney St, Chelsea

Location and opening hours

The Market Place Restaurant
Address:
The Market Place Restaurant, 125 Sydney Street, Chelsea
London  SW3 6NR
Telephone:
+44 (0) 20 7352 5600
Cost:
Cheap
Food:
 Mediterranean menu
Opening hours:
Sunday 9 AM–6 PM   Monday 9 AM–5 PM   Tuesday 9 AM–5 PM   Wednesday 9 AM–5 PM   Thursday 9 AM–5 PM   Friday 9 AM–5 PM   Saturday 9 AM–6 PM
Parking:
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Minicabs:
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Buses:
11, 19, 22, 49, 170, 171, 214, 319, 360
Trains:
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Because of its location in the Farmers' Market, The Market Place Restaurant is best appreciated in the summer when the crowds pack in to make the most of the weather. The menu is a good mixture of Mediterranean snacks and main dishes and there is often a barbecue.

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Other restaurants near this one:

El Gaucho is a pricey Argentinian restaurant in Sydney Street, less than ¼ mile from The Market Place Restaurant. El Gaucho is an Argentine restaurant which specialises in barbecued meat. There are picnic style tables which are usually packed with lively crowds enjoying the first class steaks which are flown over from Argentina.

La Pizzeria is a cheap pizzeria at 125 Sydney Street, less than ¼ mile away. La Pizzeria serve a variety of Italian dishes and pizzas which are all cooked in their wood-fired pizza oven. Seating in the garden area is also provided.

Phat Phuc Noodle Bar is a cheap Oriental restaurant in Sydney Street, less than ¼ mile from The Market Place Restaurant. Phat Phuc Noodle Bar serve a variety of Oriental dishes including noodles and soups. Catering for vegetarians is also provided.

My Old Dutch is an expensive creperie at 221 King's Road, less than ¼ mile away. My Old Dutch serves Dutch style waffles, snacks and a huge range of sweet and savoury pancakes. They also serve imported Dutch and Belgian beers.

Tom's Kitchen is an expensive brasserie in Cale Street, less than ¼ mile from The Market Place Restaurant. Tom's Kitchen is the latest venture from Tom Aitken, regarded as one of the top chef-proprietors in the UK. This all-day brasserie serves Anglo-French dishes, executed perfectly by Tom's head chef, Ollie Couillaud - the simple decor only further emphasises that the accent here is on straight forward, delicious food.

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Local pubs

The Sydney Arms is in Sydney Street, less than ¼ mile from The Market Place Restaurant

The Builders Arms is at 13 Britten Street, less than ¼ mile away. The Builders Arms is located behind the King's Road. They serve a hearty menu at both lunch and dinner times which is above your average pub fare.

The Trafalgar is in King's Road, less than ¼ mile from The Market Place Restaurant. The Trafalgar is a big sporting pub, particularly affiliated with rugby and football, with Sky Sports, 11 television sets and one large screen. There are two pool tables and a number of gaming machines.

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