Explore our guide to Cheslea – home to our pop-up store – featuring everything from the best local restaurants and bars, to iconic museums and local hidden gems.
Temperley London opened its pop-up store in Chelsea, London in 2020.
The design of the space reflects the previous Mayfair store. An intimate and luxurious setting for locals nearby and internationals visiting the capital.
Whilst establishing our London pop-up store we have compiled together our favourite spots to revel, relax, dine and drink in this magical city. Discover Chelsea the Temperley London way.
Best for: Shopping
The store offers by-appointment personal shopping appointments, home delivery, consignments and bespoke appointments.
Best for: Food for in or on the go
Daylesford Organic serves up wholesome, organic food straight from their farm in the Cotswolds. A great spot to have a barista coffee and delicious pastry with friends. Or equally, in a rush then grab one of their fresh salads or incredible soups and don't forget their artisan bread.
Picture by Daylesford Organic
Best for: Discovering the Arts
Open seven days a week, the iconic Saatchi Gallery showcases a whole range of exhibitions from photography to contemporary art, there is something for everyone. Be sure to keep up to date as they host some unmissable one off exhibitions.
Picture by Saatchi Gallery
Best for: A Different Work-Out
If you are looking for a completely new, fun workout, then Clip'n'Climb is the ultimate place for adventurous individuals or groups to try their hand at climbing. All abilities are welcome with numerous walls to scale, it is definitely a great space to have a laugh and improve your fitness.
Picture by Clip'n'Climb
Best for: An Opulent Meal
You can't visit Chelsea without stopping at the renown Claude Bosi Bibendum in the iconic Michelin House. Whether you're popping in for coffee and lunch or relaxing over dinner and cocktails, it's an exceptional experience alike.
Picture by Claude Bosi
Best for: Uncovering Playwriting
Royal Court Theatre
Established in 1956, the Royal Court Theatre is the home for forward-thinking writers showcasing their plays and productions. From comedy to productions on current issues, there is something for everyone. You can even book a behind the scenes tour and enjoy a glass of prosecco or a cream tea as you get to know the historic venue.
Picture by Royal Court Theatre
Best for: An Authentic Taste of the East
Phat Phuc Noodle Bar
Offering a completely different experience to restaurants around, Phat Phuc Noodle Bar serves up traditional Vietnamese food from a hole in the wall under a marquee. Fragrant curries and delicious noodle dishes cooked from scratch and served up in a beautiful courtyard off Kings Road, it's one not to miss.
Picture by Phat Phuc Noodle Bar
Best for: Green Fingers
Chelsea Flower Show
Whether you have acres of land or an urban balcony, there are landscapes and gardens to inspire everyone. So if you're lucky enough to be in town for the Chelsea London Flower Show it is a four day event not to miss, plus on the last day you even have the opportunity to buy a display!
Picture by RHS Chelsea Flower Show