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Located in the heart of Chelsea’s bustling King’s Road, the newly restored Cadogan Arms opened in July of last year with an ambitious renovation that pays homage to the public houses’ two centuries spent serving the local community. Open for lunch, dinner and bar snacks, the venue comprises an elegant ground-floor bar, opulent dining room and private events space – The Rose Room.
Named after The Rose and Crown, which opened on this site in the 1600s, The Rose Room is located on the ground floor. With a capacity of up to 50 guests, The Rose Room is equipped with a private horseshoe bar backed by a custom-designed stained-glass wall and two large meat ageing fridges, which give extra tenderness and flavour to carefully sourced British beef. Executive chef Alex Harper works alongside culinary director James Knappett on a food offering that celebrates provenance, seasonality and traceability with reworked, elevated pub classics.
A thoughtfully curated wine list features much-loved classics, an extensive reserve selection, an innovative tapped wine installation, a comprehensive selection of exciting beers and classically inspired cocktails. The feast menu is explicitly designed for large groups, and is available alongside a full drinks menu. The dedicated events team can work with couples on drinks reception options and bespoke beverage offerings.
Discover more: https://thecadoganarms.london