Alfresco Dining in Connaught Village

We have picked some of the best cafes, restaurants and pubs in Connaught Village that should be on your list to visit this season. Choose from a host of vibrant places for a season of alfresco drinking and dining.

The Stablehand

The Stablehand introduces its take on the quintessential British gastro pub, sourcing all of their ingredients from the British gastro pub, sourcing all of their ingredient from the British Isles, or where this is not possible, from countries and territories that have a close link to Britain. Their outdoor seating at the front of the pub is the perfect place to sit back, relax and watch the world go by.

Find them at 4 Bathurst Street, W2 2SD

Saint Aymes

Expect an escapist paradise where you can find great coffee, 23ct gold hot chocolate, cakes and decadent chocolate. All to be enjoyed outside, in front of the revolving floral displays.

Find them at 59 Connaught Street, W2 2BB


Bringing delicious Persian dishes to Porchester Place, taste the best of the Middle East, with the range of delicacies prepared in the traditional tandoor oven.


Find them at 6 Porchester Place, W2 2BS

Bombay Palace

Taste the majesty of India in the heart of the city. Regularly ranked amongst the best Indian restaurants in London, Bombay Palace has been cooking the finest Indian cuisine since the 1970s.

Find them at 50 Connaught Street, W2 2AA

Duke of Kendal

For the traditional British pub experience, pick up a pint at the Duke Of Kendal. This friendly Connaught Street corner is the perfect place to relax with a drink or enjoy some of chef Victor’s daily speciality dishes.

Find them at 38 Connaught Street, W2 2AF

Le Pain Quotidien

The renowned Belgian restaurant and patisserie, Le Pain Quotidien offers a tempting array of freshly baked breads and pastries. Take a seat at one of its alfresco tables and luxuriate in the relaxing atmosphere and simple, elegant food.


Find them at 30-31 Kendal Street, W2 2AW



Equipped with mosaic tiled tables, the Abasto terrace is a great spot for people (or pooch) watching as it gives views onto the Georgian fronted high street of Connaught Village. This specialist Argentinian deli and wine merchant offers a range of homemade empanadas and sweet alfajores, as well as lunch staples including Spanish tortilla and seasonal salads.

Find them at 55 – 57 Connaught Street, W2 2BB


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