Cafe Rouge, Basil Street, South Kensington

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Cafe Rouge
Cafe Rouge, 27-31 Basil Street, South Kensington
London  SW3 1BB
+44 (0) 20 7584 2345
 French menu
Opening hours:
Sunday 9 AM–10.30 PM   Monday 8.30 AM–11 PM   Tuesday 8.30 AM–11 PM   Wednesday 8.30 AM–11 PM   Thursday 8.30 AM–11 PM   Friday 8.30 AM–11 PM   Saturday 8.30 AM–11 PM
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Cafe Rouge is a chain of Brasserie-style restaurants serving a range of light meals and drinks within a French atmosphere. There is a large choice of dishes as well as hot and cold drinks which makes this restaurant a good stop off point for tea and snacks rather than grand dinners. This branch can cater for private parties of up to 70 guests upon request. They also have a bar area.

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30 Pavilion Road is a restaurant in Pavilion Road, less than ¼ mile from Cafe Rouge. 30 Pavilion Road is Searcy's own Georgian Town House in the heart of Knightsbridge and is exclusively available for corporate and private events, including weddings. With a reputation for great food and service, this luxurious house is a treasure and displays remarkable flexibility in its layout for the range of events it invites.

Le Chinios is a Chinese restaurant at 17-25 Sloane Street, less than ¼ mile away

Baku is an expensive Mediterranean restaurant in Sloane Street, less than ¼ mile from Cafe Rouge

Sale E Pepe is an expensive Italian restaurant at 9-15 Pavilion Road, less than ¼ mile away. This lively Italian tucked away behind Harrods is great fun, especially for children. The Italian food is good and very reliable, and the restaurant is popular with those wanting to escape the hordes of shoppers.

The Rib Room & Oyster Bar is an expensive restaurant in Cadogan Place, less than ¼ mile from Cafe Rouge. The Rib Room & Oyster Bar is located in the Jumeirah Carlton Tower and has had a recent refurbishment. The restaurant offers privacy and comfort with a menu that offers simply cooked English food which is meat orientated but also has a focus on seafood and fish.

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Le Metro is in Basil Street, less than ¼ mile from Cafe Rouge. Le Metro is a stylish wine bar with a modern yet unintimidating interior, helped by its friendly staff. Boasting an interesting French menu and extensive wine list, they can cater for private parties of up to 25 guests upon request.

Capital Restaurant is at 22-24 Basil Street, less than ¼ mile away. The Capital Restaurant serves French cuisine in the form of classic, rustic dishes. Service is formal yet friendly and they can cater for private parties of up to 24 people.

The Capital Hotel is in Basil Street, less than ¼ mile from Cafe Rouge. Situated in a quiet part of central Knightsbridge, with Harrods and Harvey Nichols just yards away, Capital Hotel truly is a grand hotel in miniature. Bedrooms are equipped with bathrobes, toiletries, hairdryers and radios.

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