Date Ideas In And Around Gloucester Road

10 May 2024

Gloucester Road in the royal borough of Kensington has a rich history, running up to Kensington Gardens where it becomes known as Palace Gate. The street is now central to many of London’s main attractions including the Victoria and Albert Museum and Kensington Palace, plus many bars and restaurants. Its central location and tube make it the ideal place for a perfect date. Here, we have rounded up some of the best date ideas for you and one of our Gloucester Road escorts from the unusual to premium dining experiences.

The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 5BD

No visit would be complete without a visit to one of the most famous museums in the world. Be amazed at the huge skeletons of dinosaurs and travel through 4.6 billion years of the earth’s history in a beautiful setting.

Margaux, 152 Old Brompton Rd, South Kensington, London SW5 0BE

A 10-minute walk from Gloucester Road, this fine-dining French restaurant and wine bar offers French and European classics made from freshly sourced ingredients with an extensive wine list to complement the dishes. In a stylish urban setting, margaux is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner as well as buzzing weekend brunches. The a la carte menu includes grilled swordfish, roasted guinea fowl breast, pan-seared angus beef filet, a honey and lavender duck breast, and more. 

Launceston Place, 1A Launceston Pl, London W8 5RL

A five minute walk from Gloucester Road, this fine-dining restaurant serves a flamboyant and seasonally-inspired modern European menu, which includes duck, monkfish, ceviche, pork jowl and more. There is also a tasting menu and extensive wine list with pairings. The restaurant has an elegant and contemporary feel, with its French grey walls, blue-vein dark wood floors and a welcoming banquet seating.

St Stephen's Church, Gloucester Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 4RL

This 150-year old is Grade II listed, and you don’t need to be religious to enjoy it. Poet T.S. Eliot served as churchwarden there for 25 years and was a member of the congregation for over 40 years. He lived in Kensington until his death, and the church was very much a huge part of his life. On certain days the church is open for tea, coffee, and cake.

Kensington Gardens

Once the private gardens of Kensington Gardens, these are now open to the public. See the towering Albert Memorial, commissioned by Queen Victoria, Italian gardens, and meandering flower walks. Explore the historic tree avenues, majestic vistas and blossoming flower walks where generations of writers and artists have set their imaginations free. 

Chenestons Restaurant, The Milestone Hotel and Residences, 1-3 Kensington Ct, London W8 5DL

Set just outside Kensington Gardens, this fine-dining restaurant offers upscale dining and over 300 wines in a grand Victorian hotel dining room. On the a la carte menu, you can enjoy yellowfin tuna tartare, grilled pork tomahawk, stone bass, wild mushroom risotto, grilled dover sole and a range of sides including jersey royals and creamed spinach. Ideal when you want to impress!

Skates and Ladders, various locations

Does your escort have a competitive edge or enjoy sport? Go for a skateboarding or rollerblading lesson at a company that aims to make skating more accessible in public parks, skateparks and London skate spots. All instructors have first aid and are DBS checked. And is there a more beautiful place to learn than Kensington Gardens? 

Brompton Cemetery, Fulham Rd., London SW10 9UG

Take a relaxing walk through this Grade I listed cemetery, whose permanent residents include suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst, and Doctor John Snow, who proved cholera was spread by water. Among the 20,000 people buried here, the graveyard is a haven for wildlife and ideal for nature lovers alongside a peaceful escape from the city. There is also a cafe and information centre. 

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