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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122 Palace Gardens TerraceNotting HillLondonW8 4RT
- +44 20 7229 4024
Really liked the venue and food (apart from the odd ravioli dish which was slightly bitter). Favourites were the scallops, mallard and honeycomb dessert...YUM!!!
It's tapas style food, so make sure you order 2-3 dishes each.
I've knocked off a couple of stars as it was pretty hard to get the attention of the staff at times and they were actually quite forgetful as they promised us menus and...more
A few friends and I went to The Shed for dinner while we were in London, and overall, it is a quaint little spot for some different food and it is quite expensive.
I hadn't heard of this place before friends took us here, and we were fortunate to get reservations for a Saturday night. It was very busy and all the tables (or, barrels, that is) were full for the whole night.
It does seem like...more
What hidden gem of a restaurant - though it is not in a literal shed, The Shed is a small building tucked down a side street near the Notting Hill tube station. The menu is small-plates style, and since it's locally produced, it frequently changes to keep up with the latest trends in farm to table eating.
We split two small plates and a cheese platter. The cheese was a thoughtful selection...more
Simply one of the best restaurants in London.
The Shed is a real hidden gem in Notting Hill, serving amazing seasonal food.
Everything is sharing-tapas style, and you should count 2-3 per person.
Gin cured trout, bone marrow and goats cheese with honey nuts are just few highlights.
And their house red wine is absolute bargain.
Lovely staff make your evening even more memorable.
I was shocked to learned that I haven't written a review for The Shed yet. It's one of my favourite restaurants in London, which is really saying something.
It has a very specific approach to their food and there are no other restaurants like it. It's essentially a farm to table tapas bar and it's brilliant. The food is creative and flavourful and if I could offer one criticism, a bit...more