A sleek and contemporary neighbourhood restaurant in Kensington, Kitchen W8 presents elegant, Michelin-starred British dining. Ingredients from a network of carefully-selected British producers are stunningly presented at this Kensington restaurant, accompanied by a selection of sommelier-recommended wines. 3-course Sunday lunch and a 6-course tasting menu are also available at London fine-dining restaurant, Kitchen W8.
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Food and DrinkValid from 29 December 2015 to 25 November 2016
This offer is available from December 29, 2015 until June 30, 2016, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Not available in conjunction with other offers. Offer excludes service.
Venue Details & Map
11-13 Abingdon RoadLondonW8 6AH
- +44 (0)20 7937 0120
The food is very nice and fresh!! I tried the pork and its very delicious. The cod fish is also fresh and perfectly cooked.more
Tucked away in a little street in Chelsea, this quaint restaurant was a definitely a great find.I went there for Saturday lunch for the 3 course lunch menu (28 pounds) and was delighted by the quiet and friendly atmosphere. I was initially surprised it had a Michelin Star due to the price of the menu however, the great service and food proved otherwise.
I had concerns about the food as I am...more
Taking a 4 year old to a Michelin-starred restaurant might seem like a crazy thing to do. However, I knew it would work out when I received the children's menu which perfectly catered to the desires of my eldest son. A table of 6 booked at 2:30pm probably assisted as the restaurant was nice and quiet on this Sunday afternoon. The starter of raviolo was delicious as was the medium-rare rib of...more
Had a wonderful dinner at this like tuck-away. I had appetizer (artichoke) and entree (fish) there, which was both delicious. Really enjoyed the bread paste that was served in the beginning of the meal also - complementary on the house was definitely a plus!
My only complaint was that the food almost came a bit too fast for me to enjoy my dining experience. There was barely any gaps in time...more
Whenever somewhere serves me a meal which I feel necessitates a review that evening, their job is done. I think the wine's wearing off enough for me to be able to type this coherently (as tempting as a stream of consciousness review would be), and I'm not going through enough of a food coma to be put out of action. Which is good, I am *perfectly* full right now. Couldn't ask for anything...more