The Peter Jones department store - part of the John Lewis chain - is on Sloane Square, at the top of King's Road in Chelsea. Its restaurant, which is situated up on the sixth floor, is a perfect rest-stop for those who've spent the morning shopping and are in much need of lunch or afternoon tea.
The thing that makes The Top Floor Restaurant so special is its spectacular rooftop views across west London towards the north of the city. Grab yourself a window seat, and you'll enjoy glimpsing the tops of some famous landmarks. See if you can spot The Natural History Museum, the unmistakable dome of The Royal Albert Hall, Harrods, and in the far distance, the arch of Wembley.
For lunch you can choose from salads, sandwiches or cooked meals. A freshly-made Greek salad costs £5.50 and a tasty Caesar salad costs £6.95 (both pictured above). The cooked food costs slightly more. The restaurant is fully licensed, so you can enjoy an alcoholic beverage with your lunch if you fancy, and if you've got children with you, there is a special children's menu and high-chairs are available.
There's also a great selection of cakes and biscuits to enjoy with a hot drink. The shortbread is £2.00 and the mini-macaroons are £1.20 each (both pictured above). English tea is £1.85 and a cappuccino is £2.30.
Once you've refuelled, you'll be ready to hit the shops again; there's plenty to be found on King's Road, or if you want to head elsewhere, Sloane Square tube station is just across the street.