Adam Simmonds, formerly of Michelin-starred Adam Simmonds Restaurant at Danesfield House, brings modern British fare to Kensington High Street.

As well as locally sourced produce, the onus in this all-day eatery is on elements made in house, such as chutneys and pastries. Alongside the dining room is a bar featuring a brass wine gantry and a well-stocked deli counter.

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96 Kensington High Street
W8 4SG
+44 (0)20 7221 2000
Yelp Reviews

3.0 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Pavilion

4.0 out of 5 5 June 2015
by Jenny B.

Absolutely gorgeous bar and atmosphere.

No kids is even better and I love the look of the bar.

Staff are so professional and just perfect!more

3.0 out of 5 25 March 2015
by Tiggi K.

Came here for breakfast on Sunday, lovely place to look at. The bar is in the middle of the main room and has been done really well. Looks like it would be great for drinks/cocktails.

The maitre d' was really friendly when we came in and very helpful. I ordered yoghurt with fruit and the others ordered waffles and scrambled eggs. The coffees were ok, they make the lattes quite weak so ask for...more

1.0 out of 5 24 March 2015
by Jeffrey B.

Yikes, I ordered the scallop ceviche as an appetizer, which was inedible. When the server saw that I didn't eat them, he said, "you didn't like them?" to which I replied, "No, they really were not good at all." His response: "Yeah, everyone who gets those hates them." Really!?....might be time for a change then!! I was still charged for them, of course. Had rissotto as a main course which...more

5.0 out of 5 8 December 2014
by Chris C.

This place is really good. Cocktails were amazing, entrees -- fillet med rare and sea bass were excellent. Staff is helpful but not intrusive and highly attentive. It can be a bit pricey and laid back but if you're into a nice, chill spot with fabulous cocktails and good this is the spot.more

3.0 out of 5 11 October 2014
by Vicki F.

Pavilion has a beautiful bar in the centre of the restaurant, but unfortunately the table seating was a little less thoughtfully thought out. For example, we were placed at a rather awkward table for 3 right outside the ladies' loo.

Speaking of the loo, just had to mention that one of the stalls smelled completely of grease from the kitchen!

Now to the food. We had artichoke soup with...more

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