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Cha Cha X Sister Jane

The Blurb

Fine dining meets fashion in the latest concept from vintage fashion designer, Sister Jane and Latin American restaurant, Cha Cha. Perched on the corner of Golborne Road, in West London’s opulent Notting Hill, the restaurant is open throughout … Read more →

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The Waterside

The blurb

“After a weekend stroll on the riverside, a tiring day in the office or just because you fancy a G&T or two, stop by at the Waterside to relax and unwind.

We’re located overlooking the river Thames and … Read more →

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The blurb

“Inspired by the wine bars of Spain and Italy, we serve simple yet imaginative food with characterful wine to drink in or take away.

Created and run by Brett Woonton and Charlie Young, Vinoteca combines high quality, characterful … Read more →

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The blurb

Former Notting Hill boozer the Portobello Gold has been transformed into a four-floor destination with a restaurant, late-night bar and terrace with retractable roof. Now known as Gold, its been masterminded by entrepreneur Nick House (of Mahiki fame) Read more →

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'The softest, sweetest prawns I think I’ve ever eaten'

Omar’s Place

Open daily 11am–11pm

The blurb

Omar’s Place is so brand new the ovens have barely had time to heat up, but somehow it feels like it’s been there forever. Tucked down a Pimlico side street, and the shortest of walks … Read more →

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'The refurbished interior makes the restaurant feel like a destination in itself'

The Restaurant at Bluebird

Open Mon–Thu 11.30am–11pm, Fri–Sat 11.30am–midnight, Sun midday–11pm

I arrive before my date/friend (I’m really not sure what we are) and am led to a corner table at the back—the best spot, really, being far from the bar and sort of … Read more →

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'The name is an abbreviation of ‘the delicatessen of Aziz’'


Mon–Sun 7am–midnight

This small chain is a lot like many of London’s inhabitants—seems exotic and brings influences from over the world, but you can’t really tell where they’re from exactly. On the menu here you will find tabbouleh and dolma, … Read more →

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'My own ‘Chelsea mess’ was one of the best Eton messes I’ve had in quite some time'

My Kitchen

Mon–Fri 7am–3pm, 6pm–9.30pm, Sat–Sun 8am–3pm, 6pm–9.30pm

Hotel restaurants are pretty funny things. No other type of eating establishment, I think, seems to have such an arbitrary disparity in quality. I’ve stayed in fantastic hotels with mediocre in-house dining, in some … Read more →

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'The relaxed, informal mood of I Robert is signalled by quirky elements of the interior design'

I Robert

Mon—Sat 11.30am—10pm

Billed as a ‘neighbourhood restaurant’ serving rustic, relaxed Mediterranean food, I Robert is another venture from experienced restaurateur Arkady Novikov (his eponymous larger offering is just a couple of streets away), and that experience shows. We were immediately … Read more →

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'The service is always friendly both upstairs and downstairs'

The Oak

Ground floor restaurant open Mon–Sat 6.30pm–10.30pm, Sun 6.30pm–10pm; Sat and Sun also open for lunch midday–4pm

Upstairs open Mon–Fri 6pm–11pm, Sat 4.30pm–11pm, Sun 4.30pm–10.30pm

A large Georgian cube of a building, The Oak sits alone on the corner of Westbourne … Read more →

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