The main attraction at Ffiona's is the lady herself. With her bubbly features and likeable personality, she only serves to emanate the variety of dishes that she serves.
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Venue Details & Map
51 Kensington Church StreetKensingtonLondonW8 4BA
- +44 (0)20 7937 4152
- Public transport:
- Kensington High Street, Underground
What can we say? We loved Ffiona's! We had the prawns appetizer, fish and chips (We wanted authentic fish and chips at least once while in the UK!) and apple and blueberry crumble and we were not disappointed! I also had my first Pimm's Cup! Everything was wonderful! Loved how Ffiona sat with us, taking our order and ensuring our experience was great! So happy that we chose Ffiona's as our...more
As an avid yelper I had to come here based on the rave reviews that this place has. Luckily I happened to be in the area that day, and even more luckily we found a spot as a walk in. The décor is absolutely charming and very homey - what one would expect of a cute, small, family-run European bistro. The menu was well thought-out with an appropriate amount of options. Price.... well, while...more
Was back again on Sunday night after not being in London for about a month and man oh man what a welcome ........... Ffiona was abfab again can't honestly say not even my mother treats me as well.
As usual the food, oh my makes my mouth water just thinking about it. I had the cod this time and scallops and a salad to start .
Can't say enough about this place I LOVE it.
YOU MUST GO AND TRY...more
Excellent brunch spot - definitely book in advance. Portions are massive and delicious, and the staff was cheeky and fun.
They do a Full English - veggie or non, plus heaps of eggs dishes, plenty of great side options like halloumi or bacon, and the pancakes looked nice. And we had a lovely glass of pink prosecco, too.more
Ffiona's is simply one of those restaurants that makes you question all of your previous five star ratings. I had the pleasure of visiting this charming little British restaurant last week for a team dinner with a handful of coworkers and I think most of us agreed it was one of our best meals in London. The lights were low, the walls covered in sheet music and not a menu in sight--other than...more