Seasons Bistro enjoy fresh seasonal fish and vegetables

If like me when ever you head on into London to enjoy a meal with friends it can sometimes be quite a challenge to decide where to eat. Did you know that there are in over 18,110 restaurants within London with cuisines from all around the world served up.?

I though prefer seafood and Mediterranean cuisine so when I heard about Seasons in which only cooks using fresh seasonal produce I just had to try them out.

All of their food which is cooked and served uses only seasonal food meaning that each dish is 100% fresh and environmentally friendly as sourced locally. Also as they use only seasonal produce their menu changes regularly to reflect the food available at the time.

I was gifted a complimentary meal from Seasons Bistro in Chelsea in return for an honest review.


Seasons restaurants can be found within London and soon will be opening in Miami and New York.

Back in 2020 Seasons opened their first contemporary gastronomy restaurant within Mayfair which is their flagship establishment. Since opening they soon after opened up with five Seasons Bistros within Fitzrovia, Notting Hill, Kensington, Bayswater and Chelsea.

They are all about cooking and serving up high quality, clean, nutritious food which is good for our souls, health and happiness. As mindful eating and being in tune with our own health and nutritional needs is very important.

Seasons serves up the freshest fish, vegetables, and dairy on the market daily.

Fish is delicious and great for our diets as it provides nutrients, from high-quality protein, iodine, and various vitamins and minerals.

All of their fish is fresh and they bring the finest selection possible and with the highest quality. Souring locally most of their fish comes straight from the Mediterranean Sea and British Coast, providing the best taste and giving the maximum pleasure. Souring locally they handpick the most freshest vegetables and high quality British and Mediterranean seafood. Only ever buying fish which is seasonal they help prevent overfishing and the environment.

Their vegetables come from sustainable agriculture or organic farming, with reduced consumption of water, pesticides and fertilisers.

Seasons Bistro in Chelsea

Heading towards Seasons in Chelsea instantly I could see that this bistro was going to be good as peering through the window I could see a range of fish on display sitting on ice.

Seasons Bistro in Chelsea inside is gorgeous and spacious. They even have seating downstairs. The whole place is very bright thanks to the large windows and the pale browns and pastel colours used.

Seasonal dishes of deliciousness

The menus across all Seasons restaurants / bistros all represent dishes which use seasonal produce from the season we are in. Depending when you visit will reflect the dishes you will find on the menu. So for example if your went in Spring you might find on the menu many dishes with asparagus and plaice.

As I ate within Seasons in Chelsea this October the menu had many dishes which uses mussels, crab, octopus and pumpkins as these are in their peak right now. All of the dishes on the menu sounded amazing but as I was down on a blogger gifted basis I did not get to choose the dishes I wanted as the chef wanted to serve up the dishes in which I loved the best. Usually I am not comfortable in having dishes chosen for me and not having any idea which dishes will be coming out of the kitchen but after glancing over the menu there was no particular dish that I would not like.

To start with me and my friend were served two starters.

This is Seasons Crunchy Prawns which are prawns which are deep fried in panko tempura, and served up with aioli and cajun mayo. The dish was fab, super fresh and the prawns ever so thick and juicy. The sauce added that extra tang to the prawns.

For our other starter me and my friend had the most delicious Crab Salad. This was not listed on the menu but was great. The white crab meat came served on top of an avocado which worked surprisingly well. I would of never thought of serving crab with avocado.

Next it was onto our mains.

We was served up a bowl of Ravioli di Zucca e Granchio which is the ravioli is made from fresh egg and stuffed with baked pumpkin, parmesan and thyme, and comes served with a crab sauce. It was the best ravioli I have ever tasted. The pumpkin was full of flavour and the crab sauce gave it that extra edge. Pumpkin heaven, so flavoursome.

For our other main we was served up Octopus which was a piece of slow-roasted Moroccan octopus, which came with root vegetables and fresh tomatoes. On the menu it also says cous cous but there wasn’t any, not sure why. However nerveless this dish was excellent. I don’t usually order octopus as of it being too rubbery but this octopus was cooked to perfection as it literally melted in the mouth. Plus the tomatoes gave it that extra sweetness. So I am most grateful that the chef chose this dish. I will most certainly be ordering this dish again in the future.

Now onto my favourite part of dining at any restaurant dessert time.

The Tiramisù which was served up was huge, seriously look at it. Made with rich mascarpone cheese and delicate ladyfinger sponge soaked in espresso and topped with cocoa powder this Tiramisu hit all senses. The only thing I would say about this Tiramisu is though it is a little too big for my liking and had way to much cocoa powder over it. However it was very delicious, rich and creamy. A coffee lovers dream dessert.

The other dessert we were served up was a jar of Chocolate Mousse with Salted Caramel which has mousse made from Valrhona chocolate which sits on a biscuit base of an almond biscuit sponge, salted caramel and peanut macarons. This chocolate mousse truly was an explosion of flavour, rich, salty, caramelly and nutty. Highly recommend but be warned it is very rich so you might want to share.

Plus during our time at Seasons we sipped on two amazing cocktails which both are made using Limoncello. I loved the mugs they came within.

One was an Amalfi Sour which had a mix of Limoncello, egg white, sugar, and lemon juice. Sour and lemony just what I love. So if you love lemon then you will love this cocktail.

The one served within the long totem pole which my friend had was a cocktail called Mediterranean Flavours which was a mix of Bacardi, Amaro Montenegro, Limoncello, peach liquor, and lime juice. According to him it was really tasty with notes of lemon, peach and lime and that hit of Bacardi making it very refreshing with that hint of heat.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

All in all Seasons did not disappoint as all the food was absolutely amazing, so fresh and tasty. Plus the portion sizes were great.

The thing I particularly loved about this bistro in Chelsea is that it still felt like a restaurant but with a more relaxed atmosphere. No snotty staff, no posh tablecloths, no fussy food.

I also loved the fact that Seasons menu as it is based around seasonal produce I know that anytime I visit the menu will most likely be different and that all the produce will be extra fresh.

I will certainly be revising this Mediterranean / seafood restaurant again.

So I highly recommend heading to one of Seasons Bistros if you love fresh great tasting food.

Seasons Chelsea book now

Seasons Bistro
212 Fulham Road
SW10 9PJ

Telephone: 020 3862 3690

Open Monday to Thursday: 8am to 11pm
Friday and Saturday: 8am – 1am
Sunday – Brunch: 11am – 4pm

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Thanks to Seasons for having me down I loved it. All views are my own honest opinion.

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