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Best restaurants near Stamford Bridge?

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Placed in popular Fulham, Stamford Bridge is surrounded by many popular and good quality restaurants. An ever popular option is the ‘Gourmet Burger Kitchen’ on Fulham Broadway, offering New Zealand’s premium burgers. Nearby Kings Road, has great options such as ‘Masala Grill’ which is famous for its Indian food, as will as the ‘Jam Tree’ which serves more British cuisine. All of the main streets around the stadium, be it Fulham Broadway, Kings Road or Fulham Road have plenty of options for every pallet.

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Charlotte
Charlotte

There are plenty of possibilities within a 10 minute walk from Stamford Bridge, especially if you don’t (or can’t) get a place at the closest stadium restaurants or hotels. For French cuisine and under a 5 minute walk away you could try the highly reviewed “Kings Brasserie” and while it looks slightly worn outside it has excellent food and service which will see a table for two fed for around £60-£100 all in.

Alternatively if you are looking for something for the fussy eater the Butcher’s Hook also does traditional British pub food and can cater to guests if necessary. It is important to note that as the creative home of Chelsea FC it does not allow away supporters inside which means they will need to find another option. If this is the case, Nando’s is also just around the corner and serve a variety of chicken, salads and fries that you can eat in or takeaway depending on your preference. Both of these venues are around 5 minutes from the stadium and can fill up quickly on match day so definitely book in advance, but if you are looking for affordability then Nando’s is the safer choice.

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

If you’re feeling flush, there’s the Chelsea Village complex which has a bunch of fancy restaurants, a lavish hotel and a trendy sports bar. However, the price goes hand in hand with the opulence. Head towards Fulham Road or King’s Road for a more “normal” dining quarter, with loads of restaurants and takeaways to suit your needs. It’s London pricing, but not London pricing, so you shouldn’t have to stretch your wallet too far.

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