The centre of the square features gardens, statues and even a tennis court for public hire. Many international embassies line the outskirts of the square, along with several electric vehicle charging points.

Discover places to eat, sleep, and more in our guide to the best things to do in and around Belgrave Square.

Best Things to do in Belgrave Square

Belgrave Square is perfectly situated for enjoying an amazing range of culinary options. Within a short walk, you’ll find a multitude of restaurants, cafes and bars serving up some of the best flavours in London. Here are a few of our favourites:

Muse by Tom Aikens

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Location: 38 Groom Pl, London, SW1X 7BA
Price: £80+

Just beyond the eastern reaches of the square is Muse by Tom Aikens. One of the UK’s most acclaimed chefs delivers a world-class tasting menu with wine pairings and incredible desserts for both the lunch and dinner crowds.

Traditional British flavours with a hint of Mediterranean influence provide the basis for the sumptuous dishes on display in this small and cosy establishment. With only 25 covers and a chef’s table, Muse is one of London’s most intimate dining locations.

A range of seasonal meats, fish and veggies are always served up to perfection. And the team is fully committed to accommodating individual dietary requirements too.


Location: 10 West Halkin St, London SW1X 8JL
Price: £10+

L’ETO is a hybrid coffee house and bistro that succeeds on both fronts. The countertop is filled with amazing cakes and desserts, and there’s a cute little terrace to enjoy a quick coffee and sugary treat.

The menu is an eclectic mix of flavours from around the world and they all come together in perfect harmony. Try the beetroot borscht soup followed by the oriental crab cakes for a real taste explosion.


Location: 15 Lowndes St, London SW1X 9EY
Price: £20+

Just a stone’s throw from the west side of Belgrave Square, it’s possible to stumble across many top-class eateries. And one of the best for lovers of Italian cuisine is Zafferano. This modern restaurant maintains a traditional elegance with exposed brickwork and beautiful floral displays.

There’s also a fantastic terrace at the front of the restaurant to soak up the sun. The menu is exactly as you would imagine from a classic Italian eatery with a top selection of meats and fish to accompany the fabulous choice of pastas.

Where to stay near Belgrave Square

Belgravia is full of stunning hotels with first-class service. Beautiful examples of fine regency architecture house some of London’s best hotels with options to suit a range of budgets.

The Hari

Location: 20 Chesham Pl, London SW1X 8HQ
Price: £300+ per night

The Hari is an exclusive example of luxury accommodation in the heart of Belgravia. There are 85 designer bedrooms with a number of suites available. Each room is furnished with gorgeous velvet upholstery, fine marble en-suite bathrooms and a collection of modern art.

There’s a garden terrace to escape from the buzz of central London as well as a classic Italian restaurant too.