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Located just off Kensington High Street, Zuaya brings a tasty slice of Latin America to west London with its sexy two-storey urban jungle. Headed up by Venezuelan chef Francisco Lafee of Barrafina and the one-time World’s Best RestaurantRead more →

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The Japanese restaurant, Akira, is on the first floor of Japan House London in Kensington. Named after Chef Shimizu Akira, the restaurant presents a Japanese dining experience based on Akira’s ‘trinity of cooking principles’: food, tableware and presentation. … Read more →

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'Both traditional and forward-thinking, but always delicious'


Open Mon 5.30pm–11pm, Tue–Fri midday–3pm and 5.30pm–11pm, Sat–Sun midday–11pm

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Geales first opened in 1939, and has remained a neighbourhood favourite for over 70 years. Tucked away on a quiet side street just off Notting Hill Gate and mere … Read more →

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'Soaked in a secret mix of ten spices for ten hours, these little red balls are a must-try'


Open Mon–Thu midday–3pm and 6pm–10.30pm; Fri midday–3pm and 6pm–11pm; Sat midday–11pm and Sun midday-10.30pm

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On a sunny evening in May, after a glass of wine on Exhibition Road, we headed back past South Kensington station, passing the flash … Read more →

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'God, it was all unbelievably yummy'

Brunello Bar and Restaurant (formerly Osteria 60)

Breakfast Mon–Fri 7am–10.30am, Sat–Sun 7am–11am; lunch midday–2.30pm; afternoon tea 1pm–5.30pm; dinner 7pm–10.30pm

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‘Elegant, Milanese-style hotel dining room and bar for upscale Italian cuisine and interesting wines. Facing Kensington Gardens, on the ground floor of the Baglioni Hotel Read more →

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theo's simple italian
'Decent ingredients, cooked well, in unpretentious surroundings'

Theo’s Simple Italian

Open Mon–Fri 6.30am–10.30pm, Sat–Sun 7am–11pm

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A classic, rustic Italian all-day restaurant and deli, offering the very best of Italian food from acclaimed chef Theo Randall:

“I first learned about the effort required and the rewards enjoyed by a … Read more →

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'These eggs were absolutely perfect, with beautiful thick whites'

Kensington Place

Open Tue–Fri midday–3pm, Sat–Sun 11am–3.30pm; Mon–Thu 6pm–10.30pm, Fri–Sat 6pm–11pm

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For food lovers, the combining of two meals into one seems a bit of a raw deal. But Kensington Place won me over with their new three-course weekend brunch … Read more →

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'Everything about Pizzicotto was warm and welcoming'


Tues–Sun midday–2.45pm, 6pm–10.30pm

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‘Inspired by the tradition of Italian neighbourhood haunts, Pizzicotto is the lively sister restaurant to the 50 year old Kensington gem ‘Il Portico’. A local Pizzeria and Osteria where the humble pizza & neighbourhood cuisine … Read more →

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'Duck breast turned up blushing, the ginger and lemongrass jus it came with a smart pairing'

MK Bar and Grill

Mon–Fri 11am–11pm, Sat–Sun 8.30am–11pm

“This feels very Kensington,” said the other half as we strolled into MK, close to Gloucester Road. For a Friday night it was pretty calm, maybe because, being such a big place, it would take quite … Read more →

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'It would certainly be the perfect place to impress a first date'

The Magazine

Tue–Sun 9am–6pm

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‘Forming part of the Serpentine Sackler Gallery in London’s Hyde Park, The Magazine was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid. Head Chef Emmanuel Eger’s contemporary style of cooking, combined with Zaha Hadid’s inspirational architecture, creates … Read more →

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