Why we love Pimlico

Why we love Pimlico

Pimlico is a small upscale residential area within zone 1, bordering Chelsea, Belgravia and Westminster. In the City of Westminster, Pimlico was built as a southern extension and is well known for its quiet streets, its quaint 19th century homes, its squares and its variety of pubs and restaurants.


Pimlico offers its residents and visitors a range of restaurants and cafés to choose from. Start the day at No. 11 Pimlico Road. Enjoy this independent neighbourhood restaurant with family or friends. A relaxed environment offering modern twists on traditional British breakfasts, we recommend ordering the breakfast sourdough bruschetta or ricotta pancakes. Also enjoy a little boozy brunch with their Bloody Mary’s or Earl Grey tea infused with Tanqueray gin, lemon juice and elderflower cordial.
Take a stroll to Pimilco Fresh, where its setting boasts large wooden tables for communal eating and a changing chalkboard menu offering baked eggs as well as hearty soups and stews.
Located within Pimlico’s Artist Residence Hotel, Cambridge Street Kitchen is open from breakfast through to dinner. A former Victorian pub, the kitchen offers a range of meals from pancakes to burgers.
O’Sole Mio specialises in serving traditional Italian pasta and pizza. It is recommended to pop in to satisfy that Italian craving!

Cambridge Street Kitchen


The Marquis of Westminster is described as the village pub of Pimlico. Enjoy a Friday or Saturday night at the bustling ground floor pub or a more relaxed environment on the top floor dining area. If you are looking for more of a fun night out, the pub has a new basement cocktail bar and dancefloor.
Wine lovers can try out the extensive wine list at Ebury Restaurant and Wine Bar, while others can order cocktails and sparkling wine on tap at Tozi Restaurant and Bar.
Head to the basement of the Cambridge Street Kitchen to the Clarendon Cocktail Bar for a range of drinks and cocktails. Visit the bar on Tuesday’s to view the bar manager and his team experiment with cocktails using fresh produce from the restaurant’s supplier.
Millbank Lounge, on the first floor of the Hilton Doubletree Hotel, offers residents and visitors a luxurious space for a night out to relish in a collection of malts and whiskies and a list of 40 cocktails. Dance the nioght away to the beats from a DJ on Thursday and Friday nights.

Clarendon Cocktail Bar


Pimlico Road Farmers Market, can be found in Orange Square just off Pimlico Road. Spend your afternoon milling around the market purchasing a range of fresh fruits and vegetables, poultry and other meats, cheese and artisan breads and much more.
Want to bask in the summer sun or take a refreshing stroll in the Autumn chill? Pimlico is known for its green squares including Eccleston Square, Warwick Square and St George’s Square.
Take a walk along Ebury Street and check out the blue plaques commemorating residents of this street, which include Alfred Tennyson, George Moore, Michael Caine and Dame Edith Evans and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Pimlico Road Farmers Market


Set back from the main road, Live True London Vauxhall and Nine Elms can be found just a few minutes’ walk from Vauxhall tube and bus station and just a short walk across the river from Pimlico. We offer a full range of hairdressing and beauty services from cuts and blow dries, to up-dos and specialist colour services, manicures, waxing and facials.
Be more you and come visit us at LIVE TRUE!

Live True London Vauxhall hair and beauty salon

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