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Lunch At Chestnut Bakery Elizabeth Street London SW1

We enjoyed a delightful lunch experience at Chestnut Bakery on Elizabeth Street in London SW1. This bakery is renowned for its exceptional Croissants, artisanal clay oven Flatbreads, and freshly baked Bread. It’s a top choice for those seeking the best places for lunch on Elizabeth Street, cosy bakeries in Belgravia, or charming cafes near Victoria Coach Station. You’ll appreciate the friendly service and fabulous food, whether stopping there for breakfast, lunch or an afternoon treat.

chestnut bakery menu

“A buzzy bakery for anyone with a penchant for artisanal Bread and delectable treats. You’ll be smitten by their Praline Doughnuts, Tiramisu Danishes, or tantalising Tahini Cookies,” Homegirl London.

Chestnut Bakery Menu

chestnut bakery flatbread

I highly recommend trying the freshly made Flatbreads from the clay oven for lunch; they’re all made to order. The Fig with Goat’s Cheese, Ricotta, and Hazelnuts was delightful. These Flatbreads are generously sized, so I suggest sharing one with your partner or a friend. It’s a tough decision with many tempting options, such as Burrata with Burnt Honey, Sesame and Fennel Seeds, the Black Kalamata Olive with Sundried Tomato, or the Egg on Mornay.

chestnut bakery olive hummus and bread

We also shared the Olive Hummus, presented on a board alongside a small salad and a round Ka’ak Bread. Again, this portion was substantial, especially after enjoying the Flatbread, but it was so delicious that we managed to finish it all. They also offer Roasted Red Pepper Hummus for those who prefer it.

chestnut bakery savoury danish

Another lunch option includes their delectable Savoury Pastries. We tried the Za’atar and Gruyere Knot, featuring exceptionally flaky Pastry. The Aubergine Parmigiana Croissant, Mushroom and Truffle Danish, and Croq Monsieur are other options. Additionally, there are sandwiches to choose from, like Roasted Aubergine with Plant-Based Pesto, Melted Cheese, Bresola with Avocado, or Pastrami. Alternatively, you may prefer a Bagel with Halloumi, Pastrami, or Bresola with Avocado.

chestnut bakery tiramisu danish

Now, let’s talk about the sweet treats; there’s quite a variety! You can indulge in Pain au Chocolate, a Sticky Cinnamon Bun, Chocolate Babka Bun, Twice-Baked Pecan and Caramel Pastries, Jam or Praline Doughnuts, Tiramisu Danish, Tahini Cookies and Pistachio and Raspberry Buns.

chestnut bakery bread

Before you depart, I recommend considering taking some bread home. You can choose from Sourdough Loaves like Charcoal and Kalamata Olive or explore Breads from around the World, including Moroccan Bread, Simit and White Baguette.

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Helpful Information About Chestnut Bakery Belgravia

chestnut bakery elizabeth street exterior

For additional information, please explore the Chestnut Bakery website. You can find them at 17-21 Elizabeth Street, London SW1W 9RP, conveniently near Victoria and Pimlico stations. They currently open daily from 7:30 am until 6 pm. This charming bakery is a superb option if you’re near Victoria Coach Station or enjoying a shopping spree along the picturesque Elizabeth Street. Inside, you’ll discover a contemporary interior with a covered back terrace and the bonus of being pet-friendly, which suited us perfectly as we had our puppy with us.

chestnut bakery interior

If you want to explore the area, you may find these articles of interest:

Ten Reasons To Visit Elizabeth Street

Explore Super Chic Belgravia

Explore Eccleston Yards Belgravia

Ten Things To Do In Victoria

Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. I only write about eateries where I had a good experience. I recommend you do further research as standards fluctuate, as do opinions. Please check if the establishment is still in business and the opening times before you go. If you discover this restaurant has closed, contact me to remove it from my blog.