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14 Blenheim CrescentNotting HillLondonW11 1NN
This review is only for the drinks as I have never eaten here.
Since the dreaded day that my admittedly run down and dingy fav. martini place shut in Notting Hill (I'm looking at your First Floor!), I had been searching for my new dirty martini substitute (they also did a mean old fashioned) in the area. On a recent hunt for cocktails, I discovered that they actually make a pretty good...more
When you find yourself in an unfamiliar (not to mention extremely upmarket) borough of London for a friend's wedding, deciding where to go for dinner without having to remortgage first could have been a challenge.
My preconceptions of Notting Hill were found to be unwarranted however, as we stumbled across E&O. From the front you'd think it was just a bar, as it was noisy and bustling with...more
Consistently very high quality food - better black cod than Nobu as an example - and great ambience make we E&o the best trendy restaurant in Notting Hill.
Service can be a bit snotty, and it's hard to get reservations, but that's a small price to pay for their rock shrimp tempura with spicy mayo.
Will keep coming back.more
I would highly recommend booking a table here, just in case. I can vary a lot from day to day how busy or not the restaurant is, so we've always found it's better to be safe than sorry. E&O do a great range of dim sum, but the menu has a range of Asian cuisine from Japan, China, Thai and Korean - so there's a great selection to pick from.
The pork gyoza are a particular favorite, along...more
Brilliant, fantastic, clever fresh food. Sometimes I'm a bit weary of fusion restaurants, but this place was just spot on.
From the moment we walked in, I was overwhelmed with plate after plate of gorgeous looking food racing out of the kitchen. The menu is an eclectic mix of various Asian cuisines ranging from Japanese, Korean, Thai and Vietnamese, classic dishes and flavours given a modern...more