Recipease is a new concept by Jamie Oliver whereby customers can learn how to create dishes, using ingredients already prepared by trained staff. There are also pre-made dishes available to purchase. There is information online about booking Make/Learn lessons.
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92-94 Notting Hill Gate,Notting Hill,London W11 3QB,UK, W11 3QB
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+44 (0)20 3375 5444
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92-94 Notting Hill Gate,Notting Hill,London W11 3QB,UKW11 3QB
- +44 (0)20 3375 5444
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- Notting Hill Gate, Underground
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Took a bread making class at this new Notting Hill location today and absolutely loved it!
The atmosphere is casual and fun and the instructors are friendly. There is a giant open kitchen set-up in the middle of the store where the classes are held which is really cool. I think the prices for classes are reasonable. The bread class was £60 and I got to take home all the bread I made: rolls,...more
I'm not much of a cook, eating is more my thing but I decided that it might be helpful for me to be able to feed myself more than instant mac and cheese. I decided I would take a class (or two) to help me along. I signed up for their steak class, and am soooooooooo glad I did!
I got there 10 minutes early (as they recommended), at which point I was directed to a locker, coat rack, given an...more
Jamie Oliver, you're a dirty little tease. Don't tempt me with tasty breads and baked goods, I am a slave to carbohydrate desires!
I jumped off the bus on the way to Westbourne Grove when I spotted Recipease in the place where an ill-fated chain bookstore used to reside. I had Yelp-marked it as part of my 'West London Adventures'.
It's an adorable store full of cute, kitsch, slightly...more
A semi-gourmet market with branding by Jamie Oliver. When I say gourmet, I mean it's more artisanal than pricey. The wide-open shop isn't a bunch of aisles, but instead a series of stations - breads, deserts, a wood fired pizza oven, etc. Even a section of fresh herbs in pots.
In the middle is a demonstration kitchen with seating to watch/follow/eat. I had just eaten so I didn't try any...more
What a great addition to Notting Hill. This place does it all: The cooking classes are so much fun. Highly recommended! The take-away food is freshly prepared on site and is fantastic! The lasagna is the best I've ever had. The herbs and bread you can pick up for your own cooking is better than what most dedicated herb or bread shops can offer. The restaurant is perfect for breakfast, brunch...more