This classic Kensington restaurant is about to turn 10 years old. It's had a complete refurb, so we popped down for a look and to try the autumn menu.
Zuaya's head-chef Francisco Lafee has experience in places such as London's Barrafina, and El Celler de Can Roca (No.2 on the World’s 50 Best). The menu here will draw on Mexico, Argentina, and Peru to create a range of creative sharing dishes.
Chucs have chosen the Serpentine Sacker Galleries to open their fourth all day restaurant and this one will be the first to offer takeaway too - perfect for park picnics.
Caramel hails from the Middle East, but the food has a more western feel to it. And expect an art-deco feel to the look of the restaurant.
Enoteca Rosso is trying to do things a little differently from your average Italian restaurant by focusing on accessible vintage wines, attempting a ravioli inspired by a full English, promising obscure charcuterie and offering everything in a size of your preference.
Top chef Rowley Leigh takes over every aspect of the food at the Design Museum in Kensington, from the ground floor cafe to the top floor restaurant
Central London's legendary nightclub Mahiki is getting a sister venue in Kensington, with a Polynesian-themed restaurant inside called Pufferfish. But will its tableside-seared salmon, champagne-topped treasure chests and tropical cocktails reel in the celebs like its Mayfair branch?
If you do like to be beside the seaside but can’t cope with jumping on a train, get halfway there with Kensington Place’s newest posh fishy pop up, Beach Hut with Nyetimber, who’ll be offering 2 and 3-course menus, and bottomless Prosecco on the weekends.
We head to the new Kensington Design Museum to see what Prescott and Conran are cooking up in the restaurant.