Fifty Four does not have its own restaurant but we are surrounded by some fantastic places to eat. Below are some of the restaurants in our area which we have eaten at and we recommend to our guests.

Hawksmoor Knightsbridge

Expect to see a glamorous subterranean 1930s interior and a menu revolving around what they do best – amazing steaks from ethically reared British cattle supplied by The Ginger Pig, alongside new dishes and cocktails.

3 YEOMANS ROW, LONDON, SW3 2AL

http://thehawksmoor.com/locations/knightsbridge/

Buddha-Bar Restaurant

Buddha-Bar Restaurant London is re-inventing the elegance and integrity inspired by Raymond Visan, bringing the elements of Buddha-Bar to 145 Knightsbridge as a dining experience for the busy shoppers and business people of Mayfair, Knightsbridge, Kensington, the City and beyond. An international destination to be enjoyed, for lunch, light dishes and cocktails in the afternoon to the evening, accompanied by immersive music

145 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7PA

http://buddhabarlondon.com/

Zuma

Welcome zuma in London’s Knightsbridge offers something completely new – a sophisticated twist on the traditional Japanese izakaya style of informal eating and drinking.  The ethos behind zuma is to deliver an authentic flavour of the east while respecting the traditions of the past.

5 Raphael street Knightsbridge London SW7 1DL

http://www.zumarestaurant.com/

Gaucho

Drop in for a leisurely lunch – after you’ve perused the luxurious shops nearby – and find yourself in the company of the area’s most discerning locals. A welcoming place to meet and indulge, Gaucho is a dining hotspot in the Sloane neighbourhood.

Or make an evening of it with after-dinner drinks in the adjoining bar, Galante. Buzzing with professionals beating a hasty retreat from working life in the city, it offers our unique cocktails in a dazzling setting.

Gaucho Sloane, 89 Sloane Avenue, London, SW3 3DX

http://www.gauchorestaurants.co.uk/restaurants/sloane/

L’Etranger

The accents found within L’Etranger would suggest your classic French restaurant but one coup d’oeil at the menu and you’ll see that alongside words like magret and assiette come others like tempura and teppanyaki. Asia exerts quite an influence on the cooking but the kitchen’s main selling point is  marriage between the cuisines of France & Japan

36 Gloucester Road, London SW7 4QT
http://www.etranger.co.uk/

Capote y toros

Located in the heart of Chelsea-South Kensington ,was established in June 1995 and a pioneer in offering modern and innovative Spanish cuisine in London.  We also offer traditional Spanish recipes, but it is our chefs ALBERTO CRIADO’S creative dishes, what defines us, and has given us our name.  Our success has been based on the effort, passion and dedication of everyone of us working at the restaurant and our loyal clientele who has help us to evolve and grow

163 Old Brompton Road, London SW5 0LJ

http://www.cambiodetercio.co.uk/restaurantes/?id=1&lg=en

Coco momo

All-day cafe plus bar with wooden bistro tables and leather banquettes serving Modern European menu

25 Gloucester Rd, London SW7 4PL

Da Mario

Da Mario is a genuine family-run Italian restaurant that encapsulates true Italian hospitality.  We are small, intimate and homely serving broad selection of Italian home-style cuisine, exquisite homemade pasta, delectable homemade desserts and good Italian wines.

15 GLOUCESTER ROAD, LONDON SW7 4PP

Thai square

Contemporary Thai chain restaurant with bronze Buddhist sculptures and traditional carvings

19 Exhibition Road, London SW7 2HE

Carluccio South Kensington

We’re open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offer a broad range of classic Italian food

One Old Brompton Road, London, Greater London, SW7 3HZ