[:en]Presidential Serviced Apartments Kensington London provides fully equipped kitchens in all the studios and suites in Aparthotel Kensington. Our guest can get all essential groceries from local superstores and make use of the modern kitchen facilities, like oven and stoves, to cook themselves their favorite food like they do in their homes.
However, London owing to it diverse culture, presents you with a chance to discover some of the most scrumptious tastes from around the world. If you are in our Kensington site and looking to explore the world of exciting food to indulge your appetite, here is a rundown of some of the best eateries in Kensington and Chelsea to get you started!
Il Portico - 277 Kensington High Street, W8 6NA
Promoting itself as London’s oldest family-run restaurant, this Italian eatery boasts a wide range of fabulous dishes, from traditional classics, such as handmade gnocchi with garlic pesto, to more alternate offerings, including lamb shank that is roasted in Barolo with mushrooms. Overall, it is excellent value for money, with the average main course costing around £15.
Piano Bar and Restaurant - 80-82 Chiswick High Road, W4 1SY
Located close to Earl’s Court, the Piano Bar and Restaurant is a Persian establishment, complete with its very own piano man and belly dancers. The additional entertainment makes it the perfect choice if you are looking for something a little different. The menu includes a variety of lamb and chicken kebab options, and specialities such as whole poussin, marinated in saffron, onion and lemon juice. Mains are priced at around £13.
Kensington Tandoori - 1 Abingdon Road, W8 6AH
If you are a fan of Indian food, then the Kensington Tandoori is ideal for a late night local curry. They have a good range of Tandoori specials, priced from £10-£15, and two set menu options, which are ideal for group bookings, and cost as little as £20pp for three courses.
Whits - 21 Abingdon Road, W8 6AH
Whits is an established French restaurant and perfect if you are looking for a venue for a special occasion. The menu is a little more expensive than other neighbouring eateries, but their reputation and food is superb. Main courses include scallop risotto, sea bass and crisp confit of duck, with prices around £20 per dish.
Mimino Georgian Restaurant - 197c Kensington High Street, W8 6BA
Located on Kensington High Street, this Russian restaurant serves authentic Georgian cuisine. Its menu includes Khinkali (Gerogian dumplings) and Chanakhi (traditional lamb stew), with main courses priced from £10-£15. They also have an impressive wine list, with a wide selection of Georgian whites and reds, available to accompany your meal.
Yashin Sushi - 1A Argyll Road, W8 7DB
The Yashin Sushi and Bar offers a more upmarket range of surprises, which are guaranteed to impress even the most experienced of sushi fanatics. The menu includes delights such as Yellow Tail with a garlic dressing and Wagyu beef loin, plus hot dishes, including slow cooked pork belly. Main courses are priced around £12, making it excellent value for money too.
Poissonnerie De L'avenue - 82 Sloane Avenue,SW3 3DZ
This elegant French establishment is located in the heart of Chelsea and maintains an excellent reputation among seafood lovers. The menu includes French classics, such as snails stuffed with garlic and shallots and a seafood platter of lobster, crab, mussels, oysters and razor clams. Prices reflect the high standard of food, with main courses priced the £30, although ½ portions are available for many of the options.
Bluebird, Chelsea - 350 King's Road, SW3 5UU
The Bluebird is a trendy Chelsea eatery that boasts a delicious menu. There are staple dishes, such as classic fish and chips, but these are supported by some fabulous options, including Monkfish and Tiger prawn curry and grilled whole Turbot. The variety on offer makes Bluebird a great choice for a group with mixed appetites, and reasonably priced in the £15-£25 region.
The Pig’s Ear – 35, Old Church St, SW3 5BS
The Pig’s Ear is a modern Chelsea gastropub that combines traditional British classics with a European touch, offering popular choices, such as beer battered haddock and chips, to more refined options such as 28-day matured steak tartare. There is also a great sharing platter available, containing a selection of meats, authentic Greek dips and tasty breads. Main courses cost around £15-£20, while a platter is priced at £18.95.
El Gaucho The Argentine Steakhouse - 125 Sydney St,SW3 6NR
If you’re looking for a good steak dinner, but fancy trying somewhere a little different, then you won’t go wrong at the El Gaucho Argentine Steakhouse. In addition to a full range of rump, sirloin and rib-eye options, the menu also includes beef ribs, skewers and lamb cutlets. The selection of starters is also impressive, with empanadas, chorizo and black pudding among the offerings. Starters are priced between £4-7 and mains are from £15-£25.
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If you have discovered more exciting places to eat that aren’t in this list, please leave us a comment and we will get it listed so our guests can be benefited by your recommendations.