From Thomas Cubitt’s vision in the 1820s, to Passport to Pimlico in post-war London, up to present day – Pimlico has always been home to some of London’s most interesting characters. Celebrating one of London’s best-loved neighbourhoods is The Pimlico Grid – your newest local restaurant. The beautifully designed space has been a labour of love for the independent family owners, and recaptures the identity of the ‘Pimlico Grid’. Inspired by the area’s diverse, vibrant and culturally rich history, The Pimlico Grid is set to open on Saturday 1st December.
We are open all day, offering seasonal menus that combine fresh flavours with much-loved classics such as cooked to order Full English Breakfast and traditional Fish & Chips. Complementing the food menus is a well thought out contemporary wine list; a collection of classic and modern styles, chosen from producers who have a story to tell.
Emily Hambi, Co-Owner, said: “We are so excited to be opening The Pimlico Grid in this iconic area that we love so much. Locals will already be familiar with the term ‘Pimlico Grid’ but our restaurant name is born from the discovery of a pre-War ‘Warwick Way’ street sign, which we discovered in one of our old Victorian coal vaults. Well preserved, it was charmingly split in two, and looked like it belonged in a museum. The Pimlico Grid is a restaurant where everyone can eat well in a relaxed atmosphere. Whether it is a healthy breakfast to start the day, a place to unwind in the evening, or anything in between, we are here for you. As down to earth foodies, we are inspired by quality and taste. Our style is unpretentious, and our hospitality is warm and friendly. We look forward to welcoming you!”