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English Restaurant and Wine Bar
 
020-7821 7456
 
Welcome to Chimes.

Situated in the heart of Pimlico within easy distance of Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament and the Tate Gallery, Chimes has been serving the best of freshly prepared English food since 1983.(Open every day : Lunch 12 - 3pm and Supper 5.30 - 10.15pm.)

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Our fully licensed bar(open every day from 12 - 3pm and 5.30 - 11pm/10.30pm Sundays) contains a unique mix of ciders, perry and fruit wines supplemented by a carefully selected range of wines from the rest of the world which together provide the perfect accompaniment to a menu well known for its consistency, variety and value for money.

The bright and cheerful surroundings provide the perfect setting for all manner of occasions and we are more than happy to welcome larger groups of 40 plus and to tailor menus to suit most budgets. 

BOOKINGS USING 'TASTE LONDON' CARD CAN ONLY BE ACCEPTED BY TELEPHONE - 020 7821 7456.

In Chimes
What's Been Said...........
"Not a bad bolt hole"- this "friendly" Pimlico stalwart offers a "cheap" and "simple" formula focussed on "filling traditional pies and cider"
Harden's 2008 survey - Commended
"Chimes is just the place to take overseas friends to lunch. It's reasonably central, it's inexpensive, and Britain can be proud of the food."
Time Out Guide to Eating and Drinking in London.
"Chimes is a cider and wine bar and restaurant in the heart of SW1 and has all the casual charm of a French bistro with the warmth, flavours and comforting textures of great British food."
'A List' - Barbara Davies. The Daily Mirror
"Chimes is a very woody sort of restaurant with wooden floor, tables, chairs and bar. It is decorated with old black and white photographs of unsmiling bearded men, ostentatiously real, standing inelegantly next to huge sacks of apples. These photographs are appropriate to its wine list which consists predominantly of 'Wines from the Apple, Pear and Country' i.e. cider(with some jolly good rough ciders), perry and those cutsie killers, country wines - gooseberry, elderflower, damson and so forth ........"
'Table Talk' - Craig Brown. The Sunday Times
"For my money the starters are this restaurant's strongest suit. The Black Pudding (a joy usually confined to hotel breakfasts) comes laced in creamy stilton ............
Main Courses ..... try out a cross section of the traditional pies which are Chimes' centrepiece. If you adore pastry then this is the place for you ............"
'Food and Drink' - Charles Kennedy. The Sunday Times.