Where to shop for Father’s Day gifts on King’s Road

Whether you’re after a classic gift or are searching for the ideal restaurant reservation, the King’s Road has plenty to offer for Father’s Day on 16thJune.


For the Meat-loving dad: A meal at Big Easy

If “it’s not a meal without meat,” treat Dad to a plate piled high with BBQ ribs, or grilled seafood, at Big Easy. The laid-back atmosphere and live music from 6-8.30pm on Sunday make this a fantastic choice for a relaxed Father’s Day lunch or dinner. What’s more, kids eat for free every weekend, so it’s perfect if there is a little one in tow.

Where is it? 332-334 King’s Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 5UR


For the Vegan dad: A trip to Humble Pizza 

Impress your dad (and ensure he keeps to his plant-based diet) with a trip to this Chelsea newcomer. Using entirely plant-based recipes to whip up mouth-watering (and virtuous) pizza, Humble Pizza – with its 60s-style frontage – offers pizza bases made from either cauliflower or smaller Roman-style pan pizza slices.

Where is it?342 King’s Road, Chelsea, London SW3 5UR


For the Fitness-Fanatic dad: A Gift card for KOBOX 

A step up from your average boxing studio, KOBOX promises a “Fight Club meets nightclub” fitness experience. Their signature dark rooms are the perfect place to work up a sweat during their results-driven workouts of punchbag routines and circuits. If he’s a complete newcomer to boxing, try a First Timer series of two classes, or, if he’s a seasoned upper-cutter, hook him up with a 5-class pack for under £100.

Where is it? 107 King’s Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 4PA


For the Sartorial & Smart dad: Workwear from Pink Shirtmaker

For can’t-go-wrong gifting for smartly dressed dads, drop into Duke of York Square and pick up a present from Pink Shirtmaker. The Jermyn Street-established tailor specialises in premium shirts that go the distance – ensuring Dad’s dapper dressing for years to come. Or, if you’re after something a little different, why not opt for a silk tie or cufflinks – they’re gifting classics for good reason.

Where is it? 11-13 Duke of York Square, Chelsea, London, SW3 4LY


For the Cultured dad: A treasure from Taschen

Is there a better place to browse inspiring tomes and coffee-table books than the iconic Taschen store? A stone’s throw from the Saatchi Gallery gates, this treasure trove of contemporary design, architecture, photography retrospectives and more will provided plentiful inspiration for Father’s Day gifting – whatever your cultured dad is interested in.

Where is it? 12 Duke of York Square, Chelsea, London, SW3 4LY

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