Top 4 London Bars in Kensington, Chelsea, and Knightsbridge Neighbourhood

606 Club

This is a civilized Chelsea club; that showcases the mainstream and contemporary jazz by the most popular British based musicians. You can even eat a meal in order to consume alcohol, so you just need pay an extra £30. Reservations are recommended. During Sunday, the exclusive lunchtime jazz will take place on the selected Sundays; make reservations ahead.

Admiral Codrington

Being named after the hero of the Napoleonic Wars, this smart, exclusively stylish pub is a popular meeting place for the upwardly mobile of Sloane Square (Lady Diana Spencer is considered to have been a regular in her teaching days). The “Admiral Cod,” as a well-known bar, houses a contemporary restaurant where the excellent English fares are being served on lunch and dinnertime (so, it’s time to treat yourself to the flourless chocolate tart to finish). There is even an availability of activities at the island bar that center on the wine list and well-off Chelsea residents packed with the bare wood interior on weekend evenings.

The Antelope

If you will just go around the corner from chic Sloane Square, then it is the perfect spot to taste an unpretentious pint. With the exclusive wood paneling and comfy seating arrangements, it can create a snug environment, and there’s even a fancier dining room based on the upstairs.

The Blue Bar at the Berkeley Hotel

With the low slung dusty blue walls, this hotel bar is even considered as a slightly sexy venue. With the immaculate level of service, it offers an excellent seasonal cocktail list and a stylish David Collins design; that make this an ideal spot for a romantic treat and it is completed with jazzy music in the background.

The Nag’s Head

The owner of this idiosyncratic little mews pub in Belgravia has been running a tight shop, and there is no cell phones are allowed. If it sounds like misery, then the precisely collected artifacts (like the antique penny arcade games); that decorates every inch of the place, in providing high quality beer, and old-fashioned pub grub; so you should make up for it.