Welcome to VQ

VQ (Vingt-Quatre) is a buzzing and popular 24 Hour Café & Diner on the Fulham Road, Chelsea and Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury.  We serve delicious food at reasonable prices, whenever you want.

In a relaxed, informal and friendly environment we serve classic dishes to satisfy all tastes at any time of day or night. Whether you’re after breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, a late night snack or just want to chill out with your laptop we will always give you a warm welcome.

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Remember, we’re open 24/7 and we have FREE Wi-Fi at both sites

“Whether you’re hiding with a breakfast-time hangover, lunching with a lover, taking tea for two or on a hot date, Vingt-Quatre is the place to go.”

- GQ Magazine

“A Godsend very early or very late in the day. An invaluable diner on Chelsea’s ‘Beach’, offers decent burgers, breakfasts and so on, 24/7″

- Harden’s Restaurant Guide

“This recently refurbished twenty-four hour restaurant/diner has a balanced menu and is certainly worth a visit whether you’re a committed night owl or positively diurnal”

- View London


Being a part of London 24 hour life is at the core of what we do. That's why we offer delicious food in 2 fantastic locations, 24 hours a day. To be recognised for this by a top London chef is a great thing. Check out Gordon's introduction to London.


In a similar vein to cities that never sleep -- such as New York -- London is becoming ever more round-the-clock, whilst drunk diners are becoming ever-more discerning and preferring fine-dining fare at 3:00 a.m. over a sloppy kebab they'll regret in the morning. Good news indeed, then,...


We have secured a fantastic new restaurant space on Great Russell Street WC1, just off Tottenham Court Road.  With a 45ft glass frontage and 120 covers, it's a totally self-contained unit on the ground floor of the 720 bedroom St Giles Hotel. VQ classics will be served as the menu...


VQ, the 24-hour café and diner on London’s Fulham Road, is opening a second venue in the capital after almost 18 years, having acquired the ground-floor unit of the St Giles Hotel in Bloomsbury.