The Shed serves small plates of British food, changing daily according to availability of produce, whether from the farm, or locally foraged or freshly caught off the South Coast. The interior is relaxed and rustic.
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Venue Details & Map
122 Palace Gardens TerraceNotting HillLondonW8 4RT
- +44 (0)20 7229 4024
- Public transport:
- Notting Hill Gate, Underground
Great find. Our intended destination was "kitchen closed" when we walked in, so we walked back to The Shed. I believe they were about to close the kitchen as well, but I guess we looked hungry enough, so they were kind enough to sit us. We actually ended up a the opposite end of a shared table, with another group of Americans, which made the meal very festive as we made some new acquaintances....more
It is delicious. To quote one of my accompanying: this place is *ADORBSIES*.
So, it is no secret that I am an urbanite with a serious farm-on for anything related to local food production, foraging, blah blah. The Shed (it is appropriately named; it is a small space that does miracles with mirrors) is basically my Mecca; it's 3 brothers who must make their dear Mamma proud...one is...more
An excellent meal overall.
The dishes are all thoughtfully constructed and quite tasty. There's an emphasis here on local/regional ingredients, and the flavour and freshness really seems to come through in the food. Lots of good options, many different types of meat and veg. In terms of value, I think it's decent and you get what you pay for, i.e. very high quality food prepared expertly....more
Lots of chat about this place. Lots of rumour and gossip. Can't beat that I would imagine if you're running a restaurant. "It's run by two brothers. No, I heard it's three." "All the food is from their farm, except the fish and they own a sea somewhere." "Kate Moss eats here, but just the mouthful starter bits." "It's tapas, but it's English". "You need a mortgage if you don't want to come...more
I went here last year during one of my trips to London, but have not had time to post a review until now.
Very small space, but excellent decor and service.
The food is delicious and the menu changes daily Everything is fresh and from a local farm. Very unique menu. I tried pigeon for the first time here!
The chef came out and introduced himself and the staff dealt with our loud and...more