Notting Hill Kitchen

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Overview

In July 2013, we opened Notting Hill Kitchen at 92 Kensington Park Road, just adjacent to London’s famous Portobello Road. Our chef, Luis Baena, has created an ever-changing menu inspired by the Atlantic-facing Iberian Peninsula and his own culinary heritage. Luis adds a modern, seasonal, ingredient focused approach to create a menu carefully balanced between rusticity and refinement. The ingredients will always be the star and we have an extensive list of artisanal Spanish & Portuguese suppliers whose products we showcase. Our menu includes a variety of shellfish and seafood from the cold waters of the Atlantic, as well as a focus upon Portugal and Spain’s enduring love affair with the black pig. Our first courses are all designed to be shared so that our guests are able to sample a greater range of the tastes of Portugal & Spain.

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92 Kensington Park Road, London, W11 2PN

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+44 (0)20 7313 9526

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Notting Hill Kitchen

Address
92 Kensington Park Road
London
W11 2PN
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7313 9526
Public transport:
Notting Hill Gate, Underground

Yelp

3 out of 5 based on 5 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Notting Hill Kitchen

2.0 out of 5 29 April 2014
by P L.

A disappointing dinner of overpriced Portuguese/Spanish influenced dishes at the Nottinghill Kitchen which was very quiet for a Thursday evening.

Out of the selection of 14 tapas and starters/mains from the a la carte menu that we ordered, the only dish worth mentioning is the Spider Crab brioche.

The 'Pastel de Nata' dessert was poorly presented, I seriously think a waiter put together that...more

3.0 out of 5 25 April 2014
by Nicola W.

Staff friendly, good cocktail and nice to allow tailored made.

Food is average for its price. We are lucky to have 50% off but still need £40 per person without wine.

The best dishes for me is spider crab. The next is sccalop with wasabi peas....chef has good attempt to increase sccalop dish texture, but suggest find alternative way to handle wasabi pea to get the crispy texture and...more

4.0 out of 5 6 April 2014
by Felix L.

Replacing Notting Hill Brasserie with something more casual. The purpose of my review is to suggest you have the chicken with a layer of chorizo. My wife ordered and it was delicious. Normally, I avoid chicken (too safe) but this one is singular and worth the detour. My order (scallops and mushroom raviolis) was very good though not as memorable. Desserts are also good though somehow we...more

1.0 out of 5 25 September 2013
by J. K.

A very disappointing meal right from the start. When asked if we wanted sparkling or still water, we said "tap water" which was met with a stone, silent face as the waiter walked off. Throughout the meal I had to ask for water refills (on the rare occasion I could get a waiter's attention), but since the wait staff was usually nowhere to be seen, this proved difficult. Why not put a bottle or...more

5.0 out of 5 16 September 2013
by Britt X.

Okay, I don't want to blow this place up but it is probably my new favourite high end restaurant in Notting hill, if not in London as a whole. If will definitely be gaining a Michelin star in the near future. Kicking off with the bread basket accompanied by the trio of pasteurised sheep's milk butter, Angelica Azeite virgem extra olive oil, and the absolutely to die for truffled egg dip, i...more