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 StreetKensingtonLondonW8 4SG
I enjoyed brunch and dinner at this wonderful location, the beef is gorgeous, definitely a place I would recommend, service is high quality and the ambiance is nice; It all comes at a considerable price but it is worth it. They have now expanded their hours of service and they are open on Sundays as well, it is a place that you must try for the original dishes.more
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
Nice place for a Saturday morning brunch. Lively, good food, pleasant decor. Service a bit indifferent, but wasn't in a rush. Freed WiFi a good reading complement to brunch.more
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
The food is fairly good, but the service is awful. The waitress who served us couldn't answer simple questions about the menu, and there were several mistakes in our order after the food arrived. Even though the restaurant was nearly empty, we had to wait a long while for our food and so don't go hear if you are in a hurry.