Notting Hill Brasserie & No. 92
Lady Blonde says: “Tucked around the corner from Westbourne Grove and Portobello Road, this is an understated, romantic restaurant.”
92 Kensington Park Road, London W11 2PN
Call 020 7229 4481
The Notting Hill Brasserie was converted from a row of three Edwardian town houses and still retains many original features. The Restaurant comfortably seats 100 guests in five beautifully appointed, interconnecting rooms. With accompanying No. 92 Bar tucked to the side venue, the lighting is low, the atmosphere romantic and the service always attentive and friendly.
There are two semi-private rooms that comfortably accommodate 4-36 guests for lunch or dinner and up to 75 for drinks and canapés. The rooms are available for seminars and business meetings and if you were to also enjoy a meal, they would not charge the hire fee.
Head Chef, Karl Burdock, is passionate about food, its source and production. The cooking style is described as Modern Mediterranean.
An eclectic mix of cocktails that encompass the modern and the traditional. Also an extensive list of wines and champagnes.
7pm - 10.30pm
Tuesday to Saturday
Midday - 3pm, 7pm - 11.00pm
Midday - 4pm, 7pm - 10.30pm
Bar and Lounge (From October 2010)
Daily: Midday to Midnight
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