The history behind Bluebird Café

Bluebird is a Chelsea landmark of 20 years – an iconic restaurant in the heart of the Kings Road. Bluebird sits at the forefront of London’s restaurant scene, and is committed to delivering the best of British. The venue is made up of a relaxed Café & Courtyard on the ground floor with a more refined Restaurant & Bar on the first floor. April 2018 marks the beginning of the Bluebird Café expansion as the celebrated Chelsea restaurant & café spreads its wings to open at the Television Centre – Bluebird Café, W12 will be at the heart of a regeneration that will open this iconic location to residents, diners & revellers for the first time in its history.

Bluebird Café, White City

The Bluebird Café has spreads its wings to the Television Centre, White City, one of London’s hottest new developments. Taking the buzz and familiar charm of the café at the original Bluebird, this new sister will bring a chic, all-day drinking and dining destination to West London. A relaxed and stylish destination with a beautiful terrace, perfect for everything from power breakfasts to leisurely elevenses and  working lunches. In the evening Bluebird Café will evolve into a restaurant and bar – a place for guests to let their hair down over wine and cocktails or have dinner with friends.


Bluebird Café, Chelsea

The Bluebird Café, a Chelsea landmark on the Kings Road is the beating heart of the building and an all year round oasis. During Summer, the space is transformed into a verdant garden in bloom & in the colder months a cosy Winter terrace. The Café serves up best of British, with everything from traditional Fish & Chips, to weekend brunch & BBQ during the summertime. Bluebird is a stylish & iconic sanctuary, whether it be for an al fresco cocktail on a Summer night or lunch with friends after a spot of shopping.