We take a look at the restaurants and cafes still delivering in White City and Notting Hill, during the lockdown.
Have you missed that whole wandering past an Ottolenghi, being tempted by the cake displays in the window, and then popping in to order as much as you could carry thing? Well, that chance is coming back with the news that two of the stores are getting ready to reopen.
It all starts with Notting Hill today, with Islington to follow on Friday. They're starting slowly - first with a reduced "essentials"
Over the past few weeks, Jackson Boxer has been tormenting foodies by posting pictures of sandwiches he's been doing at his restaurant Orasay for lucky regulars.
But now, he's extending the joy. He's just started a new delivery service whereby you can order all manner of deliciousness delivered to your door.
"I change the menu every day based on what I feel like cooking, but not a total overhaul,"
They've already opened successful cafes in Crouch End and Highbury and next up for Beam is a move west to Notting Hill.
Latin American bar and restaurant Cha Cha, which has outlets in Maida Vale and Mayfair is now bringing its concept to Notting Hill, but with a twist. They’ve paired up with vintage clothing store Sister Jane to entice diners to a multi-level, multi-experiential retail concept on the corner of Golborne Road. Apart from the shopping and ground-floor dining, there’s also a rooftop cocktail bar as well
Popping up at the newish Notting Hill Fish Shop for the festive season is a Chamapagne & Oyster Bar.
Run by Chris D'Sylva who we last saw at Islington's The Compton Arms and Chantelle Kallmeier (ex-Wolseley), they'll be serving up French and British oysters along with Ruinart Blanc de Blanc and "a tight list of White Burgundy."
On the menu you'll find a succinct choice of six oysters, four cheeses including a very
While Corbin and King may have closed their Islington restaurant Bellanger, they're also getting ready to open a brand new restaurant in Notting Hill.
Henry Harris teams up with Ruairidh Summers for his latest pub, taking over Ladbroke Grove institution The KPH. We head over to try it out.
LA's Eggslut has landed in Notting Hill with a mind to cornering London's eggy bun market. We head down to try them out.
If you're after a casual meal of Mediterranean small plates, with a menu inspired by Tel Aviv, then HAYA in Notting Hill will be the place to head.
Even if you’ve never consciously bought anything from Natoora, chances are you’ve eaten some of its produce – the company supplies 800 top chefs in London and 400 more in New York and Paris. Known for their exceptionally high quality, seasonal fruit and vegetables sourced directly from growers as well as its own farms, Natoora already has four stores in London, and it's just added a fifth
Located on Elgin Crescent in Notting Hill, the store will not
An open charcoal grill will be at the heart of this new Greek bistro, Suzi Tros, which will focus on seasonally changing small plates.
Chef Richard Wilkins has moved into West London to open his solo venture, serving up a modern French fine dining menu.
Eggslut are VERY popular in various West Coast of the US incarnations and now they're opening in London on Portobello Road. Expect a variety of eggs in buns all day long.
Notting Hill's food credentials are boosted by a restaurant and bar team that comes via the River Cafe and Soho House to take over this old pub. They'll be serving up sharing plates, cooked over fire or in a wood-burning oven.
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