At 134 King’s Road, on the corner of Bywater Street, you will find the Chelsea branch of PAUL, a spacious Bakery and Café conveniently located for the varied boutiques and galleries of King’s Road, the stunning Saatchi Gallery, the Royal Court Theatre, Cadogan Hall, Peter Jones and of course, the Chelsea Flower Show, held annually towards the end of May in the grounds of the Royal Hospital. Extending from Sloane Square to Fulham, King’s Road was originally a private road used by Charles II on his way to Hampton Court. Others were permitted to use it on production of a copper pass stamped ‘The King’s Private Roads’. It was George III’s favourite route to Kew, and only ceased to be a private road in 1830. From the 1960s onwards it has been closely associated with fashion thanks to figures such as Mary Quant and Vivienne Westwood. Fashionistas, visitors and residents can drop in to PAUL to buy their daily bread, enjoy breakfast, light lunch or patisseries with coffee or tea, or buy delicious French food to take home. Our closest station is Sloane Square (District and Circle Lines). 33 seats are available. Disabled access available. Free wi-fi.