Eagle-eyed (and hungry!) residents may have spotted the re-launch of Byron High Street Kensington last week, following a stylish new revamp of this, the first restaurant in the Byron chain which opened its doors way back in 2007. Re-opened on 1st September, the restaurant at 222 Kensington High Street takes its inspiration from its local surroundings and architecture – something … Read More
Crown & Glory Pop-Up at Anges de Sucre
Anges de Sucre on Holland Street – the local sweetshop that was voted the best café or coffee shop in Kensington in the 2014 Timeout Loves awards – will be hosting a flower crown pop-up next weekend (Friday 14th – Sunday 16th August 2015) and is inviting people of all ages to come down! Their Crown & Glory #CGCandyshop pop-up will … Read More
Spotlight on: Bonapeti – Freshly prepared and healthy food delivered to your door!
2015 Update: Bonapeti is now live, so you can all try out their tasty and healthy, freshly prepared meals! Rather excitingly, they’ve vastly extended their delivery area which now stretches down as far as Wimbledon to Vauxhall south of the river and Cricklewood to Kentish Town north of it. Better still, they’ve introduced a special code for 40% off first orders … Read More
OpenTable Gifts cards giveaway on Kensington High Street!
Restaurant booking website OpenTable – which features over 4,000 bookable restaurants – are launching a brand new gift card service, OpenTable Gifts…and they are giving away a number of cards to passers-by on Kensington High Street today, 5th December! OpenTable Gifts is an instant gifting service that will suit everyone’s tastes, as you’re able to give the gift of a meal … Read More
Kensington: Dirty Bones Review
Kensington of course has some very fine eateries and cafes, everything from ultra-posh (as you’d probably expect) to places that are more casual and laid-back. It’s home to many a fine pub, as well, with more and more of these turning gastro – and providing a very reasonable dining experience indeed. But the proper ‘fun’ places are rather few and far between. But at … Read More
Kensington Mums’ Social Events this August and September
If you’re a little down because summer’s almost over (and the weather seems to suggest that summer’s definitely over) then don’t fear – local parenting website Kensington Mums once again have a number of exciting events lined up to ease you into Autumn! On Thursday 18th September, from 1pm to 3pm, Kensington Mums will be hosting a Beauty Masterclass at Whole Foods Kensington … Read More
Special Benihana 50th Anniversary offers for August
In celebration of their 50th anniversary (wow!), local favourite Benihana have a couple of very special offers for all diners at their Chelsea restaurant (and at their Piccadilly location too!) this August. First up, there’s a £5 Beni-Platter Lunch that’s available Monday to Friday, 12pm to 3pm. That’s right – for just £5, you can enjoy a platter of prawn, … Read More
Summer Street-food Festival in Kensington this June!
Many of you may well have noticed the exciting launch of City Pantry’s Summer Street-Food Festival outside of Tesco on Cromwell Road last week – and have already sampled some of the fantastic food on offer! Exciting news reaches us that due to its first week success, the festival will be open one additional day each week. Now taking place … Read More
Feng Sushi in Kensington introduces their Grab & Go takeaway range
Most of you Kensington locals will surely have taken a delivery of Feng Sushi at some point in their lives – I’m certainly no exception! From their 11-piece salmon box (which I keep all to myself and never share with anyone) to their seaweed salad, their Japanese fish and chips – I’ve certainly indulged a number of times of the years. … Read More
Review: Bill’s in Kensington
Although Bill’s Restaurant opened in Kensington quite a few months ago, I only paid my first visit to it last week. And although this chain of restaurants seem to have popped up all over London in the last year or so (from never having heard of them before, I’m now seeing them everywhere!), it’s also my very first visit to … Read More