From the team behind The Wolseley…

Inspired by the great boulevard cafés of Paris, Colbert is an informal neighbourhood rendezvous on Sloane Square from restaurateurs, Corbin & King. Open for breakfast until post-theatre, seven days a week.

Sloane Square & King's Road, ca. 1912

Opening Hours

Monday to Saturday
Opens 8.00 am - 11.00 pm last orders
Sunday
Opens 8.00 am - 10.00 pm last orders
The Bar, ca. 1920
Circa 1920
Sustainable Restaurant Association

Awards

3 star rating by the Sustainable Restaurant Association

Within one hour I watch a dozen comedies and listen to
the echoes of tragedies nobody will ever write down.
Hermann Kesten

Reservations

To make a reservation, please call us on 020 7730 2804 or send an email to reservations@colbertchelsea.com.

We also ensure a certain number of tables are available throughout the day on a first come, first served basis. If you find yourself passing please do stop by, though there may be a short wait at particularly busy times.

Kindly inform us at least 24 hours in advance of any special dietary requirements or allergies we should be aware of.

A place for people who have to kill time,
so as not to be killed by it.
Alfred Polgar

Dining Vouchers

Gift Vouchers can be redeemed at Colbert for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

They can be personalised with your own message and customised to the value of your choosing from £15 upwards. They are conveniently available for immediate download to either share or print. If after dining there is an unused amount of £10 or more this will be re-issued as a voucher.

Our Gift Vouchers are valid for 12 months.

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The Bar at Colbert
Colbert's Entrance

About

A relaxed neighbourhood café

Colbert appears to have slowly expanded over the last century to accommodate le patron's ever-growing collection of art & local memorabilia. True to the spirit of traditional French cafés, Colbert, with its prime position on Sloane Square next to The Royal Court Theatre, is the perfect spot to while away a few hours over drinks, snacks or a full meal.

The Ladies, ca. 1951

Of course I have played outdoor games.
I once played dominoes in an open air café in Paris.
Oscar Wilde