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.
This content has been supplied by Recipease
Venue Details & Map
92-94 Notting Hill Gate,Notting Hill,London W11 3QB,UKW11 3QB
- +44 (0)20 3375 5444
- Public transport:
- Notting Hill Gate, Underground
Popped in here to check it out as its Jamie Olivers place. Was immediately impressed with the smells and the eclectic mix of store/cafe/cooking school. There was a cooking class going on and it immediately made us want to eat in the cafe.
We were given the perfect corner seat upstairs right on the window. Ambiance was great.
We ordered the salads (4 salads on 1 plate) and the Bianca...more
Been here before for lunch, great, but this time came for a cooking lesson -- South Indian Prawn Curry. On arrival you receive a glass of prosecco, stash your belongings in a locker, grab an apron and you're ready to go. I thought the lesson was well delivered, friendly and fun. It's two people to a bench and the group isn't very big, I think maybe 12-14 pax? The space is great, and you get to...more
We chose this place for a quick but wholesome breakfast because it's conveniently located right next to Notting Hill Gate station and right on the corner you have take if you want to stroll down Portobello Road afterwards.
Recipease is a combo of shop, cafe and cooking school created by Jamie Oliver. On the ground floor you can browse kitchen utensils or buy baked goods. Upstairs you'll find...more
Recipease is an interesting half-cooking class, half-restaurant place right outside of the Nottinghill tube stop (exit 3). The first floor is a space where you can take cooking lessons and also purchase pre-made goodies, from sumptuous-looking baked goods to boxed salads and sandwiches. The second floor also has a kitchen for private cooking lessons and a restaurant as well.
I came on Tuesday...more
Stumbled on this place while in Notting Hill. We walk in and it's like a mecca for people who love good food. There's a cooking class going on and a 50% off on baked goods since it's the end of the day. We buy a garlic focaccia and an almond/cherry tart to share, marvel at the cooking class, and leave.
The focaccia was decent -- if it was warm, it would've been much better. The tart was...more