Chez Patrick is a charming, intimate neighbourhood restaurant in the heart of residential Kensington.The brasserie-style menu features traditional French classics from Chateaubriand to calf's liver, available alongside an excellent selection of wild seafood. All the ingredients are supplied fresh daily and the dishes are prepared by Head Chef Alain Patrat, who brings over 25 years of kitchen experience to Chez Patrick. A selection of the finest classic French wines is offered on the wine list to complement your food, whilst clean lines and seaside paintings keep the interior bright and informal.With over 26 years experience in the restaurant trade, Owner Patrick Tako is delighted to welcome customers both old and new to his restaurant.
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7 Stratford RoadKensingtonLondonW8 6RF
- +44 20 7937 6388
Homey atmosphere and friendly staff. I wish I could have given a better rating but the dinner was very average. Nothing was really outstandingmore
I looked forward to having dinner at chez Patrick and I wish I could leave a 5 star review but I can't. Some of my dinner was good, the rest was not. And I am a French native, so I consider myself an expert on the subject of French cuisine.
I began with the foi gras, which was served on pain d'epice with a gelee on top. The bread was a little stale, the glee was too bland, and the foi gras was...more
We had a wonderful meal here. two work colleagues and I stopped in because it's close to our hotels and were blown away with the food. The traditional fish soup served with crackers cheese and home made mustard was definitely the standout of the evening but the steak and seabass dishes were great too. out ~25 pound bottle of red wine was excellent but I forget the name. (it was the house wine)more
We met our old friend for dinner at their recommendation. So glad we ate here. A great find.
The host is fantastic. Flirts with wives, charms the man, serves excellent food. All in good fun.
Seriously, it is great French food at an affordable rate. Try the Poire Williams as a digestif.more
A hidden gem on a side street. The service is impeccable and the food is heavenly. Went with my wife and had the tomato, mozzarella and basil starter, then two main dishes: the bass and the salmon. Both were great. With no drinks, the bill was £ 65, quite reasonable for a marvelous foray into the world of French cuisine.more