Tucked away behind bustling Knightsbridge and Sloane Street, in the heart of Belgravia, lies this beautiful bijou cobbled street - a hotbed of Michelin-starred restaurants, and specialist shops and salons, to ensure you can indulge yourself completely.
In Motcomb Street, fine dining is close at hand: with Michelin-starred Indian restaurant Amaya, London’s only Michelin-starred Thai, nahm, and Italian Michelin-starred Zafferano sit alongside newly opened Pétrus, the Jumeirah Lowndes hotel's relaxed Mimosa Bar, fabulous Mosimann’s and The Thomas Cubitt’s slightly more sophisticated sister, The Pantechnicon.
For those who enjoy shopping, high-end fashion and accessories are in abundance on Motcomb Street with every well-heeled woman’s favourite, Christian Louboutin, and exquisite jewellery from Carolina Bucci available in her flagship boutique. La Stupenderia offers an exquisite collection of handmade Italian childrenswear for little darlings aged from 0 to 12 years. Stewart Parvin holds a Royal Warrant and their couture collection includes beautifully tailored coats, suits and dresses while renowned Irish designer Louise Kennedy often resides over her London flagship stocking a large range of her day to evening pieces, in addition to carefully selected homeware.
Specialist food shops include Rococo chocolate, Patisserie Valerie, Ottolenghi, the imminent Pierre Hermé, as well as Waitrose Belgravia who are holders of the Royal Warrant.
Motcomb Street is beauty zone central. Glow Urban Spa is regarded as one of the best in the capital, winning the title of ‘UK’s best day spa’ from Condé Nast Traveller in 2010. Cosmetics a la Carte is also nearby - this girly cosmetic paradise offers makeup lessons and makeup from the best in the business. Gorgeous natural scents abound at Annick Goutal’s first London store…not forgetting celebrity hairdresser (and Cosmopolitan’s twice crowned ‘Man of the Year’), Errol Douglas.
L & B Fine Linen is home to some of the most beautiful pieces for the home, collected by Leonora Beaubois – a woman of incredible style and taste. Motcomb Street also has its cultural side, expressed through fabulous art galleries, including The Mathaf Gallery and The Osbourne Studio Gallery, who exhibit leading artists in bronze, sketch and painting.
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