Pubs and Bars

The Chelsea Pig reopens after renovation

The pub will offer all-day dining with a menu of classic British dishes, created by head chef Fionnan Flood, using locally sourced ingredients.

The Chelsea Pig, one of Chelsea’s “most historic and best loved pubs”, is now open to the public after a reinvention by globally renowned designer Timothy Oulton. 

The pub said it has reopened with a new atmosphere and energy that will “elevate the style and charm of the popular landmark”.

It will offer all-day dining with a menu of classic British dishes, created by head chef Fionnan Flood, using locally sourced ingredients, and traditional roasts will be offered on Sundays.

Additionally, the drinks and cocktail menu have been curated by general manager Michele Ridolfi, who has previously worked with Scarfes, Claridge’s and The Arts Club. 

The Chelsea Pig said the bar and ground floor dining space “evokes an ambience that is an experience in its own right yet informal and welcoming”.

In addition, the dining room on the first floor, known as the Trophy Room, is “refined and intricate and the perfect hidden gem to while away hours over gourmet food and fine wine”, said the Chelsea Pig.

The Chelsea Pig has reportedly been a “go-to destination for in-the-know locals” and Oulton has redesigned the pub with an “immersive sensation”.

Located on Old Church Street, the pub’s renovation marks the first foray into the London hospitality scene for Oulton.

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