Nostalgia! I worked there in the 70ies!! :-) Those were happy days, we played Hunky Dory all the time and I fell in love with a boy who played drums in a band! Always wondered what happened to him..I moved :-S xx Niki
325 Fulham Road, London SW10 9QL
- West Brompton Station (0.6 km)
- South Kensington Tube Station (0.9 km)
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020 7376 7224
7 reviews of Vingt Quatre in English
The fact I returned to VQ a week after discovering it shows how much I enjoyed this place. The five stars I have awarded are based on it being a late night/early morning venue (I am yet to go for a proper meal during normal hours). I still haven’t discovered a place in London where you can get food this good at any time and is this much fun. The perfect place if you wish to continue your night out after everything else is closed.
My last visit took place after a Friday night out. There was little trouble accommodating our party of 11 at 3am. After a short wait outside we were swiftly escorted into the bustling restaurant, which seemed to be full of post-clubbers. VQ knows who its main customers are at this time of the morning, and accommodates them very well. Service is friendly and swift and rather tolerant to the rowdier customers present. My full English breakfast (£13.95 for a large) went down a treat, although I would much rather recommend the dish I had during a previous visit, the eggs royale (£10).
For those who are not satisfied with a greasy kebab after a night out, or not wishing to go home straight after the clubs shut, this is the place for you! It’s fun, lively and situated close to many Chelsea and Fulham clubs. The crowd are fun and lively, the atmosphere is buzzing, and everyone there seemed to be enjoying it very much. It’s also worth mentioning VQ has a 24 hour drinks licence.
Have been going here for years - back when it was the "Up all night".
It is the best place for a burger, and def one of my fav places to go apres club on the way home.
It is a bit on the expensive side, and not somewhere where i would personally choose to go to for an evening out, but it is lively, the food is good, it has great music and friendly staff.
Def a place to go celeb spotting in the wee hours.
A must visit place if you are in Chelsea, and want an alternative to a kebab in the early hours. I think kitchen closes at 4am though for a couple of hours - so beware!
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NikiSwede, 2 June 2013:
An great cheese burger and half bottle of Margaux. You have to do every once in a while. Had not been in here for about 10 years and memories came flooding back. Easy going, no fuss. I have always liked this place.The accents of the waiting staff have changed over the years and the decor has altered but if you fancy a posh burger and a glass of wine late at night come here.
Handy because it’s open around the clock and every (nearly every?) day of the year. It’s a bit of a posh place, to be honest, and the food isn’t cheap. But you can get pancakes and other Americana-styled breakfasts at all hours, or a steak at 3am. A good place to know for a boozy late-night nosh, or for a bank holiday breakfast when all else is closed.
A restaurant in Chelsea doing only american cuisine may sound weird but the VQ is a bit more than just that.
They have plenty of different dishes including amazing posh breakfasts and eggs benedictine and good wine.
Great stop in the middle of the night for a decent burger to soak up the alcohol in your body or for a nice bloody mary and a sandwich to keep on partying.
It is open 24/7 so sunday night late suppers or early breakfasts require the place.
It is not a cheap place but the food is of good quality and very tasty. The venue is modern and quite posh and the staff do their jobs as well as possible.
Nice place to keep in mind but it gets quite busy for lunch and in the day time at week ends so visit it during the nights or in the afternoon for their good selection of teas
This place is about half way up the Fulham Road close to most clubs in Fulham and Chelsea. As its name suggests, it is open 24 hours a day (and I think 7 days a week). It serves all sorts of food but it is most famous for its mouth-watering breakfasts. The eggs Benedict in particular are to die for! A lot of youths head here after a night out in the area to tuck into some quality English fare and a good cuppa before hitting the sack. Beware though: you are in Chelsea, you are getting 24 hour service and you are also getting close to Michelin star food- so you are going to pay for it. Head not here if you are skint!
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