Opened in March 2007, across from Kensington high street station, this prominent location has proved a popular destination for the many local businesses and hotel residents to enjoy the modern and calm atmosphere, a great escape from the busy high street Kensington.
£25 and under
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Caffe Concerto Kensington
88-90 Kensington High StreetLondonW8 4SG
Welcome to identity crisis cafe. I ordered a scone with a pot of tea at this institution boasting a "strong music policy", "fine Italian dining" and a menu full of French baked goods, bad Italian spelling and British afternoon tea items.
What is a scone, really? This one sort of met the description of a small lightly sweetened cake made from flour, butter and milk. It was small, lightly...more
Boarf. Pas exceptionnel. Les gâteaux sont plutôt bons, légers (vu la taille), mais pas fous.
Les prix sont assez élevés, l'endroit est bruyant, et le personnel peu aimable.
£3.80 for one strawberry tart. I didn't realize this was a chain. I just wanted a nice insulin spiking sugar fest before I called it a night. I was pretty disappointed. Since everything outside of the USA closes early on Sundays finding a dessert place after 6 is damn near impossible. I'm not a huge cheesecake or chocolate fan so the only thing that appealed to me was the strawberry tart. I...more
Another egg-citing place to eat brunch!
At 11am, my friends and I were searching for an open pub that served curry. All of those places were closed, so we opted for this place. My friends ordered the omelet, Eggs Benedict, and Eggs Florentine.
The Eggs Florentine was superb! Eggs were poached just right and the order came with a small slice of salmon. I was eating the dish half way since...more
You come here if the Orangery is closed.
The ambiance is really decadent and with plenty of flourishes. The scones are more like biscuits ( in a texas usa sorta way) and the clotted cream is mediocre at best.
But they do have Gelato and in summer this place is packed... not sure what that says, but its good to rest your heels and grab a tea and relax.more