Restaurants & Bars
Wandsworth Bridge Road is home to a delightful selection of restaurants. Our Fulham Estate Agents enjoy a visit to nearby Boma
, which presents delicious, elegant contemporary meals alongside fantastic cocktails, and to BonBon
, a traditional Italian delicatessen whose sandwiches, wraps, meats and cheeses are both delicious and affordable.Brinkley's
is a Fulham eating institution and much loved destination for residents of Fulham and Chelsea. It offers that combination of refinement and laid back sophistication which makes venues in this part of London stand out - you'll have a fantastic evening without having to worry about the quality of the wine of the expertise of the staff. Alongside Brinkley's flagship restaurant in Earls Court are an eatery and cocktail bar in Chelsea and Joe's Brasserie
on the Wandsworth Bridge Road.
If you are looking for a sophisticated evening with live music you must head over to the Amuse Bouche
champagne bar just off Parsons Green. Upstairs you will also find Claude's Kitchen
, run by the wonderfully talented Claude Compton (formally of Petersham Nurseries and Club Gascon).
For Sunday brunch you are truly spoilt for choice, try the healthy Californian inspired breakfasts at Hally's
on New Kings Road or the delicious offerings from Manuka Kitchen
Fulham's long history and unique position at the edge of the Thames has given the area a well-developed local culture. Fulham Palace
on Bishops Road is a beautiful icon of Fulham and is the perfect starting point from which to experience and understand the story of Fulham - the Bishops of London have lived in this area since the 7th Century. Visitors can explore beautifully landscaped gardens and visit exhibitions of local historical artefacts and artworks.
Another, slightly more modern Fulham cultural experience comes in the form of local football. Two major UK teams, Chelsea FC
at Stamford Bridge and Fulham FC
at Craven Cottage, are based here and are regularly visited by top UK and international teams.
Fulham is home to a collection of diverse art & design galleries and antique dealers. The boutique establishments that make up the Chelsea Design Centre present a dazzling display of contemporary design set within a glass domed building, while those looking for vintage or antique homeware will find plenty of interest in Fulham's rows of independent traders. Studio 106 Gallery
and Lisa Norris Gallery
are worth a visit if you enjoy the contemporary arts, while if you yourself are an artist you may wish to make contact with local arts organisation SOFAP
to find out about local events.
Green spaces can be found in abundance around Fulham, giving local residents plenty of picturesque ways to explore their neighbourhood on a sunny day or winter weekend. Bishop's Park
, site of the ancient Fulham Palace, takes in a view of the rowing boats on the Thames and is home to an urban beach and ornamental lake. Eel Brook Common is the perfect place for a picnic after an afternoon's shopping at Fulham Broadway, while the green space at Parson's Green is beautiful on a crisp autumn day.
For those who enjoy partaking in sport, the Hurlingham Club's
facilities are second to none - this sports club is set in elegant grounds on the bank of the Thames. The David Lloyd Club
at Fulham Broadway offers classes and a great array of gym equipment in a convenient location beside the London Underground station, while fitness fans in the Imperial Wharf area are well served by Chelsea Harbour Club
and Energie Fitness Club
. Fulham is also home to fantastic yoga and pilates studios. Bootcamp Pilates
has a stunning modern studio with brand new equipment on Fulham High Street. The studio specialises in Dynamic Reformer Pilates classes for beginners and standard level, as well as Mum & Baby and Cardio Pilates Classes. The Power Yoga Company
is also worth a visit. Lomax
is a modern pay-as-you-go fitness, nutrition and wellbeing space located on Fulham Road, offering personal training, pilates, group classes and pre & post-natal fitness. The experts at Lomax will also be able to offer you nutrition advice, physiotherapy and sports massage. After working up a sweat you can head to the cafe at Lomax, its the perfect place to catch up with friends before or after your workout for healthy brunches, protein shakes, great coffee and guilt-free treats!
Residents of Fulham also benefit from the area's proximity via Imperial Wharf to Shepherd's Bush, where they can enjoy music at the much loved O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
and the multitude of shopping and leisure pursuits at the Westfield