With a modern ambience, Kensington Place is the home of high quality food. It has a buzzing bar and a chic modern menu.
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Venue Details & Map
201 - 209 Kensington Church StreetLondonW8 7LX
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Halal options on menu
- Kosher options on menu
- Nut-free option on menu
- Vegetarian options on menu
The none seafood items were less good however so this place might not be ideal for people who are not into seafood or have allergies. The service, as expected was very solid, nothing less that I would expect from a D&D restaurant. All in all it was a very pleasant lunch, I have managed to try some classic British seafood items that were executed finely to do them justice. Price wise the 3...more
This review is for the NOTTING GILL CHIPPY* pop up restaurant at the Kensington Place. If you're in London and looking for some delicious sea good options, head here immediately. This fun, fantastic pop up is open till the end of August '15.
We tried almost everything on the menu** and it was super fresh and incredibly yummy! The lobster thermi-bun drenched in bechemal sauce was incredible -...more
I went here for my work Christmas lunch this past Friday. We were set up in the Private dining room, which was pretty sweet. It was nicely decorated for Christmas, and had carols playing. The dining room is quite open, and it has a wall of windows facing the street, so I hope you don't mind people looking in on you.
The staff were attentive, and were well versed in the menu. I have some...more
This is essentially a fish restaurant and it knows its stuff. It offers the traditional such as fish soup with rouille or plain grilled fish with a choice of sauces, but also has some truly delicious and inventive dishes such as the slightly curried crab served with a chapathi. The wine list was sound and there are good opportunities for people watching. Prices are very reasonable. I took one...more
This review is not about Indian food.
My boyfriend used to loathe Indian cuisine. It wasn't until he tried it in London when he converted over to all things curry.
I asked him just the other day to re-confirm his love for Indian.
"Oh boy, London does Indian right."
I then asked him how it compares to how it's done in India.
"Eh, it's ok"
Really? Really? Really? Indian food is better in...more