Bluebird
Bluebird Store
 
 
A neighbourhood restaurant on a grand scale
The reinvention of the historic site saw a former garage transform into a bustling gastrodome.
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Set in the heart of London's bustling Chelsea, Bluebird has established itself as a local neighbourhood restaurant on a grand scale.

The Art Deco building was originally designed by Robert Sharp as a garage complex for the Bluebird Motor Company. Following an extensive refurbishment, the space reopened as Bluebird in 1996.
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Accommodating two restaurants, a dining club, food store and retail space, Bluebird marked the second Gastrodome in Conran and Partners’ portfolio.

The space engages with its urban context in an understated yet powerful way. The refurbished courtyard, marked by modest but high quality paving and a steel and glass canopy, engages with passers-by, drawing them in from the King’s Road. The first floor offers a cocktail bar and restaurant where guests can enjoy a more refined and intimate dining experience.
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