With the success of 108 Garage behind them, the same team are opening Southam Street. This is a three storey place taking in a grill, raw bar and champagne bar too.
The former Chef Patron of Gordon Ramsay Royal Hospital Road is opening her first solo venture and it's going to be one of London's biggest openings.
Vegans rejoice - a new Italian delicatessen called Unico is coming to Notting Hill, and there'll be animal-free versions of everything on the menu. including lots of gelato.
After opening a tremendously popular
A Hot Dinners exclusive
What: Goode and Wright - but not as you know it
In a nutshell: Experimental and traditional small plates, brunches at roasts with this all day diner.
Summing it all up: Portobello Road’s Goode & Wright used to be a French bistro. That’s all history now, as a Spanish and Israeli pair of chefs have swept in and swapped duck a l’orange for brioche with
We take a look at the West Coast-inspired Pomona’s in Notting Hill.
What: Four Winters
In a nutshell: Liquid nitrogen ice-cream with cereal, granola and mango yoghurt for breakfast
Summing it all up: Those after a sugary way to start their day can now have a frozen sweet treat at Four Winters’ newest venue on Portobello road.
What: Patty & Bun
In a nutshell: The popular burger spot comes to Notting Hill
Summing it all up: They've been launching burger joints across town, but this is the first time that Patty & Bun have headed out west. Expect the usual fave burgers, a bar and more.
After two previous bars and a hefty Crowdfunder, the team behind the UK’s first Italian craft beer pub have now opened a third venue, The Italian Job in Notting Hill.
Notting Hill is the new home to the Italian Job’s third branch, where they’ll be pulling pints of craft beer from the Ducato microbrewery, their house brewery, as well as plenty from further afield. They’ll sit alongside a healthy
It's been a while since we've seen a menu with so many desirable-sounding dishes on it as Pomona’s, a new West Coast/Cali-style restaurant and bar opening this winter in Notting Hill.
From "sweet potato toast, avocado, labneh, lime and cilantro gremolata" to "shredded kimchi and lardo toast" and "caramel croissant and prune pie with crème Anglais" it reads like a dream. That may be down to chef Gareth Sanderson's extensive travels along the West Coast of
Another day, another London restaurant with a crazy, headline-seeking story. Hot on the heels of World Emoji Day - Notting Hill restaurant The Little Yellow Door has launched what they say is the world's first emoji-only menu.
The summer special, illustrated by the cartoon-style graphics, is on offer every Wednesday and Thursday throughout July and August, at £15 for two courses.
We won't attempt to translate the dishes into emojis here, but you can
A new Tonkotsu is always good news and this latest sees them heading a little more west than usual, coming to Notting Hill, right around the corner from the Electric Cinema.
This Tonkotsu will also be a small departure from the rest, as they're aiming for a counter-style ramen bar of the kind you'll find in Tokyo. Inside they'll have some old favourite ramen dishes as well as the Tonkotsu classics - homemade gyoza and chicken karaage - plus some
Updated 5/9/15 with extended opening details
Kensington Place has recently had a bit of a refurb and now they're adding something new - a pop up chippy. The food, as befits its location, is certainly more upmarket than most fish and chip shops.
For instance, on the menu will be:
There's a new restaurant opening in Notting Hill with a pretty strong pedigree - it comes from South American restaurateur and designer, Juan Santa Cruz.
So with a designer behind it - the design will be worth checking out. Although unfortunately we have nothing to show of the actual place yet. What we do know is that there will be a big oval copper bar as you enter - and as for the rest, it's
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