Celebrated Chef Tom Kerridge has opened The Butcher’s Tap & Grill, a local pub designed for locals, on Tryon Street, Chelsea.

Following the success of The Butcher’s Tap & Grill in Marlow, the stunning two-storey Victorian pub, just around the corner from Sloane Square, is set to become SW3’s new casual drinking and dining haunt. The pub features a British-centric menu of butcher cuts, burgers, hot dogs and small bites all sourced from carefully selected producers including 28-day dry aged, grass-fed beef from HG Walter and Dovecote Farm, Blythburgh pork, Longland Farm Duck and Suffolk Texel lamb.

Meat ageing fridges will highlight the quality of produce used, which includes the same suppliers to The Hand & Flowers and The Coach in Marlow. A rotating roster of drinks will include a great range of lagers and ales as well as a wine list carefully crafted by Gavin Hills from The Hand & Flowers and will include wines by the glass.

Open for lunch and supper, The Butcher’s Tap & Grill will serve a roast every Sunday and a takeaway service with classic burgers and hotdogs.

27 Tryon Street, Chelsea, SW3 3LG thebutcherstapandgrill.co.uk