Radisson Blu Edwardian Guide to Knightsbridge
Our guide to shopping, eating and entertainment in Knightsbridge.
Known as the home to Harrods as well as a very affluent area, with more and more new developments Knightsbridge is a great area to spend time in. With all the shops you have availiable you will never be stuck when it comes to passing time.
Read our guide to find out what shops and restaurants/cafes you can expect to find when roaming around Knightsbridge. We have also suggested some great hidden gems and unique shops that you may not have heard of, but that are definitely worth a visit.
Shopping in Knightsbridge
Knightsbridge has now become a great place to shop for well know high street brands as well as all the very high end brands. You can now find many of the popular high street shops in Knightsbridge such as; Topshop, Zara, Reiss French Connection, H&M and many more. There are also great shops for kids such as Gap, United Colors of Benetton and Please Mum.
You also have a wide range of shoe shops such as Office, Jones, Russel and Bromley and many higher end shoe shops along Sloane Street such as Gina, Tods, and Jimmy Choo (the list goes on).
Top 5 unique shops in Knightsbridge
Address: 6 Cheval Place, Knightsbridge,London, SW7 1ES
2. Hotel Chocolat
If you have a weakness for chocolate then this is the place you need to visit. This luxury brand of chocolate will not leave you disappointed.
Address: 5 Montpelier Street, Knightsbridge, London, SW7 1EX
Harrods is most likely London’s most well known store. If it is your first time in London you must try and go to Harrods and experience a truly luxurious shopping experience.
Address: 87–135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge,London, SW1X 7XL
4.Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla
Known as one of the most elite designers in India and a hit with not only all the Bollywood stars but Hollywood stars such as Dame Judi Dench, Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla is a great boutique to visit
Address: 55 Beauchamp Place,Knightsbridge,London SW3 1NY
5. The Cashmere Shop
For great cashmere jumpers and or scarves try and pop into the cashmere shop – ideal for gifts.
Address: 43 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge,London, SW3 1DE
Cafés and restaurants in Knightsbridge
In Knightsbridge there are many little restaurants and cafes to go to so if you just want a quick bite or you rather enjoy a nice long meal you have the choice to choose from. You have all the popular places such as Pizza Express, Starbucks, Yo Sushi, Café Rouge, Wagamama and many more.
You also have a couple of other more unique options such as Brompton Bar and Grill which specialised in modern European food, the Fifth Floor restaurant in Harvey Nichols and Harrods food hall. If you like having tea and cakes please go to Ladurée in Harrods as the deserts are divine. Opposite Harrods you will find many cute little cafes some of which have Shishas outside which is very popular in the summer. And if you are a fan of ribs, go to Chicago Rib Shack - they have the best ribs in town. So all in all you have plenty of choice when deciding where to eat in Knightsbridge.
Top 5 hidden Gems
Zuma – Located on Raohael Street, this delicious Japanese restaurant is popular with the celebrities. With many mouth watering dishes you will be spoilt for choice - however if you have a sweet tooth try the tropical chawan mushi.
Signor Sassi – Located on Knightsbridge Green this Signor Sassi is a fantastic Italian restaurant with not only amazing food but a great atmosphere too.
San Lorenzo – Located on Beauchamp Place another great Italian restaurant, again this restaurant is popular with the A listers so don't be surprised if you happen to be sitting next to a Hollywood movie star.
Mr Chow – If you like Chinese food this is the place to go, Mr Chow is known as one of the best Chinese restaurants in town – so you will not be disappointed.
Maroush – Located on Beauchamp Place this Lebanese restaurant is great for a quick bite, it is also popular in the early hours of the morning after a night out - try the Shawarma.
Entertainment and going out in Knightsbridge
In terms of entertainment you have a few great places to go to in and around Knightsbridge.
To start your night off we recommend the Zuma bar as that always has a buzz in the evening. Nozomi is where to go if you would like an amazing cocktail. The Enterprise is a pub that has a very nice British feel to it and is usually a good place to go for Sunday Brunch as well as a few quiet ones!
There are also many of London’s most famous museums that usually have great exhibitions for both adults and children. The Natural History Museum, Victoria and Albert museum and the Science museum- which also has an IMAX 3D cinema, always a great hit and a great day out.
Getting around and public transport in Knightsbridge
Hotels near Knightsbridge