Opening 13 November.
Ugly Butterfly is a sustainable, casual restaurant, Champagne bar and sustainability conversation hub on the King’s Road.
It aims to demonstrate that zero-waste can be luxurious, offering an exciting and delicious menu of snacks and small plates, served alongside a Champagne list, by the glass, from the region’s top wine makers. All dishes are made from the parts of ingredients that are usually discarded as waste, most of which come from Adam Handling Chelsea, with an emphasis on the four most-wasted foods; bread, milk, eggs and bananas.
As well as a great place to eat and drink, it will become a hub for business and community sustainability initiatives to be promoted and supported, with pioneers in sustainable food and drink, restaurants, fashion, technology, and art and craft, holding free conversations and creating experiences for diners twice a week, on Wednesday and Sunday evenings at 7pm.