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Clarke's Restaurant

124 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 4BH 0203 463 6927

((((( British
Opening hours
Monday - Friday: 12:30 - 14:00 18:30 - 22:00, Saturday: 12:00 - 14:30 18:30 - 22:00, Sunday: 12:30 - 14:30

Enchanting Evening

Galactic Jack 25 February 2013
from Westminster

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Firmly established as a Kensington favourite for over 25 years, award-winning Clarke’s Restaurant presents seasonal British cuisine at its best. Past awards include Tatler’s 'Most Consistently Excellent Restaurant.’

Rustic and hearty, favourite dishes on the Clarke’s menu include beer-battered Cornish monkfish with lemon mayonnaise or grilled grass-fed Aberdeen Angus steak with parsley butter and wild garlic leaves. The decadent desserts include dark chocolate mousse sandwich with homemade honeycomb or French toast with poached quince and whipped cream.

The immaculately sourced ingredients range from Spanish olive oils, buffalo mozzarella from Naples and fresh fruit and vegetables from a specialist Covent Garden buyer. The impressive wine list at Clarke’s Restaurant Kensington spans across Europe, Australia and the finest Californian vineyards.

Drawing in an eclectic crowd of Kensington diners, Clarke’s London offers a fine gourmet dining experience not to be missed. Notting Hill Gate Tube Station is just a 5-minute walk away.

Clarke's Restaurant

124 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 4BH

Contact +44 2072219225
Reservations 0203 463 6927
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Customer reviews for Clarke's Restaurant

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  • ((((( by from London

    I have known this restaurant for sometime and was a little apprehensive when it shut to be refurbished and made larger . Would there be a loss of intimacy , would the excellent service suffer and most important of all would the kitchen maintain it's high standard with increased volumes ? NO FEAR the redesign could not be faulted and all the previous marvellous qualities and excellent menu have been retained . Well done Sally Clarke ! I have already made future bookings to share my delight with close friends

  • ((((( by from Westminster

    Enchanting Evening

  • ((((( by from Bayswater

    When you have lunch with an old friend, there's so much to talk about that you want the food to be excellent, in an understated, well, what did you expect? kind of way. And it was; I even tried the gnocci, which can be such a mistake, but I somehow knew it wouldn't be here, and it was fabulous. My friend sank her molars into what looked like an excellent steak. We wanted to have a fabulous lunch, and we did

  • ((((( by from Newbury

    We were 4 (2 UK, 2 US) and had dinner about 19.30. We hadn't been for 20 years due to living abroad Felt just as good as the last time, except better as more menu choice. Excellent evening. Sally Clarke even came out and took our order. Food was fresh, original and excellent. Couldn't fault the house.

  • ((((( by from peterborough

    we both had the set menu. The food is always top notch but the lamb with minted pea risotto was absolutely delicious, and a surprise as the menu i'd seen said that the main was pork belly. The trout starter was lovely and fresh and the pear and apple tart was very good as well. Thank you clarks

  • ((((( by from London

    Genuinely welcomed, excellent service, good food, just a little uncomfortable

  • ((((( by from London

    I returned to Clark's for the first time in a long while. The menu is broader, but everything else was consistent with my pleasant memories. We dined at an early hour during the week, so it was very quiet at first, but warmed up by normal dinner time. The service was spot-on: pleasant and attentive but not stifling. First courses were excellent; veal chop entree was excellent too; fish was good but not quite as good as the veal.

  • ((((( by from London

    Dined at lunch time - not cheap but excellent food & good wine list.Very welcoming ,light & pleasant ground floor room - little bit cramped for business talk but cant think of many places that would be nicer for a meal with friends

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