Brinkleys information

Brinkleys is a stylish and popular Chelsea restaurant with a vibrant bar serving cocktails. There is a Modern British menu with a fantastic selection of wines starting from £12.50 a bottle as well as a beautiful garden area that is covered and heated in the colder months.

Ranked #949 of 5241 restaurants in London
"Brinkley’s Restaurant is located on Hollywood Road in Little Chelsea close to the Fulham Road and within walking distance of Earl’s Court tube station.

Brinkley’s is a busy Chelsea restaurant with a popular, buzzy bar serving cocktails. It has a contemporary Modern International menu including tuna and avocado tartare, sashimi, burgers, roast rack of lamb and the best steak and chips in town.

There is an impressive selection of wines, all sold at amazingly low mark ups. Wines start at £17.50 per bottle for Macon Blanc Villages and £17.50 for Cotes du Rhone.

We have plenty of pavement tables outside the front of the restaurant where you can sit and enjoy the summer evenings. Overhead heaters and blankets for the cooler evenings.

Private Rooms – We have three private dining rooms for parties, seating up to 18, 20 and 35 people. Brinkley’s garden can also be booked for parties at lunchtimes for up to 30 people.

Stag Parties – by arrangement with Tama at Brinkley’s. Please telephone during office hours or send an email. "

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

17:00 - 23:00


17:00 - 23:00


17:00 - 23:00


17:00 - 23:00


17:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00

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By Andrew M.

If you want reasonably priced food in the heart of Chelsea then look no further than Brinkleys. The atmosphere in there is lively and the food tasty.

Brinkleys has been a favourite of my family for years, and long may it continue to be so!

By Finn W.

Had a very disappointing meal here last night. Food was mediocre and service below par. The waiter sat down at our table while taking the order - obviously feeling a bit too comfortable. Then we were forced to vacate the outside table 10 minutes before we had been promised when we arrived - and not offered a table inside - making the end of the dinner very rushed. And the icing of the cake was when we wanted to pay. As we had been forced to leave our table outside we had to pay at the bar. The bar staff was too busy showing off to the girls and asked us to come back later to pay – unbelievable. In terms of food, the Starter was fine (pate of foie gras – cant really go wrong there) but main courses were so so. Thai curry and prawn linguine was over prized (£18 for a pasta.....). Desserts was semi cold (obviously rushed out). On a positive note - the wines was good value for money. Would we recommend it? No - in short, Brinkley’s is overpriced and staff too arrogant. So many better placed in the area. Avoid!

By Lucy M.

i think Brinkley's is great fun. the staff are very flirty and fun. it doesn't take long to get served. we went on a Fri eve. liked the music too. and there was a very famous celeb there too. wow

By Valerie B.

Have been to Brinkleys twice on business visits to London. Wine list is extensive and varied.....good. Food is tasty and reasonably priced..... good. Atmosphere, lively and interesting .....good. Compulsory 12.5% service charge on drinks and food, not good! I prefer to tip as I see fit, not have it as a demand! I cannot understand why the management would want to alienate their customers with such a horrible bully-boy tactic of imposing a service charge whether people like it or not, regardless of the service that has been provided, which in my case, was abysmal.

By Anon A.

My friends and I dinned at this place on Sunday and while the food was good and the atmosphere very nice when we refused to pay all the of the 12.5% service charge (simply because we didn't have enough change and didn't want to put £1.50 on a card) the waitress and then the manager became incredibly rude and aggressive. They stated that the 12.5% was compulsory and that we would have to pay this before we left. It left a rather sour taste in our mouths and spoilt what had been a very good afternoon. Not what one would call excellent customer service.

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