Bluebird in Chelsea on the King’s Road is an iconic hotspot for food that has featured on Made in Chelsea and has a gorgeous interior that gives you that celeb-feel.

My friend and I went on a sunny hot London evening, and the courtyard at the front of the restaurant was filled with people dining in and outside the café and having a summer drink.

The floral summer-inspired entrance was beautiful and stood out on the road as a hub which used to be the original Bluebird Garage, then an Ambulance Station, then a filming location for music videos.

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The restaurant itself is on the first floor and sits above the café and courtyard, and has a beautiful feature bar with warm tones and a green leafy theme and a light, airy environment.

We were really excited to sit and eat, drink and put the world to rights in such a stunning environment – which had bar seats, a load of tables and was suitably busy.

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The Modern European A La Carte menu is wide-ranging and we were choosing off this, as opposed to the other weekend brunch, afternoon tea, kids and set menu options in the Bluebird restaurant.

We went for burrata and seared tuna sashimi to share, and I think this was one of the best burrata portions I’ve ever had.

It came with peach, and raspberry, and although I’d usually expect burrata to come with tomatoes, or vegetables, the sweet fruit pairing worked really well.

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This will definitely be a combo I’ll be pinching for my next dinner party!

The tuna was melt-in-the-mouth fresh and came in four more thick pieces with a thin slice of tuna too.

For main course I went for the miso-marinated salmon and my friend a burger, which was good because we got to try a mix of the menu’s options.

We both had fries and chatted away as we filled up on the delicious food.

The flavours included in both dishes were complementary, and my salmon came with edamame, some mushrooms that I had on the side, and Pak Choi which is one of my favourite vegetables to have with an Asian-style dish.

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We were full but when the dessert menu appeared in front of us we really could not resist.

There was so much to choose from – from crème brulee to fondue and ice cream, but it was the Bluebird Golden Egg which made us dig deep and find some room in our stomachs for another course.

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Although I guess dessert is eaten by the heart not the stomach, right?!

Think white chocolate, vanilla mousse, passion fruit gel, honeycomb, chocolate crumble and raspberry sauce – and then you’re there.

It was DIVINE, every flavour, every texture, and every mouthful.

We had the most lovely evening in the most lovely setting, chatting away and eating really good food with really good rose wine.