As I have been working here for 5 weeks now. I have come to realise that our offices are in the best location. The King’s Road has everything you need. From pubs to cinemas and hundreds of shops. All your needs will be taken care of. I have made a list of the best places to visit on the King’s Road.
Best Places in King’s Road
The Saatchi Gallery opened in October 2008 in the 70,000 sq. ft. Duke of York HQ building on King’s Road, Chelsea. It first started with an exhibition dedicated to new art from China. Over the years the audience for exhibitions has increased. What is so great about the Saatchi Gallery is that they display diverse types of exhibitions. Fashion, social media, sport you name it. Recently I went to their exhibition about the ‘Life of the Selfie’. It documented how humans have evolved to take portrait (paintings) to now (selfies). It was really incredible to see how human life has changed and adapted.
King’s Road in Chelsea is one of London’s top shopping locations. It is home to shops of all kinds. From the well-known Peter Jones department store to upscale high street names like ZARA. The King’s Road is also known for all its boutiques. If you want something that is unique and know no one else can buy, King’s Road is the place.
Now, after years of bourgeois sterility, it seems Chelsea is back on the gastronomical map. With dozens of new West London restaurants popping up on the iconic King’s Road. Every restaurant on the Kings Road is different. From itsu to the Bluebird. The King’s Road has got you covered.
Bar and Brassiere
If you have been shopping all day and your tired. The King’s Road is crawling with bar’s and brassiere’s. The Good Life Eatery do cold pressed juices and smoothies. Perfect for a hot summer’s day. Or if you want to start the party early, the Bluebird is the perfect place. Cocktails, beer, wine whatever you feel like and they will have it.