Past Meetup

Dinner at Bluebird, Chelsea

Price: £6.50 /per person


350 King's Road, Chelsea, SW3 5UU (Near Beaufort Street) · London

How to find us

We'll meet out the front from 6.20pm. You'll get an email with contact details closer to the day.

Location image of event venue


Bluebird is a fabulous Chelsea venue from the D&D London Restaurant Group (think Skylon, Butler's Wharf Chophouse and Carom...all great restaurants!).

Join us! We'll be eating from the a' la carte menu, which has a great variety of salads, seafood, burgers and grill. Everyone will pay for their own food and drinks, and we'll split the service charge evenly between us. Prices vary, with starters from 6.50 and mains from 12.50.

Bluebird sources its ingredients from local farmers and sustainable producers to ensure market freshness and great flavours. They claim that classic dishes are given a luxurious makeover, using high-quality and gourmet ingredients for a new twist.

If you've ever wandered past, you'll know its an impressive looking venue that outshines the restaurants around it - so I can't wait to try it! If you've never seen it, you can check out their website here.

As usual, anyone who wants to stay on for a drink in the restaurant bar or a near by pub is welcome to join us afterwards.

Fees & Refunds

The fee required upfront for this meetup is £6.50 per person. £5 of this will go towards your meal on the day, £1 is admin fees due to the cost of running this group, and the remaining money is paypal fees that we have no choice about. Full members will have the £1 charge returned or added to their deposit.

If you cancel within 72 hours of this event taking place, you will not receive any fee back. If you cancel within 72 hours - 1 week of this event taking place, you will receive £3 back. If you cancel within 14 days of this event starting, you will receive £4.50 back. If you cancel any time before that, you will receive £5.50 back. If you would like a refund, please email Nicola directly (even if she is not the event organiser) rather than comment here.