Beasts in the brunch department, you won't be disappointed in a midday trundle to Balans Soho Society Kensington as this fresh restaurant churns out internationally inspired plates and one hell of a brunch.
Restaurants in Kensington
Fun fact? The first ever sumo wrestling event outside of Japan was held at Kensington's Royal Albert Hall. But we're not here for muscle and mass. We're here to bring you some of the best restaurants that can be found in Kensington, from the casual eateries bringing you a top notch brunch, to elevated eateries with tasting menus and seasonal plates. Check out our recommendations below.
Don't recognise this Bill's? You might not. The entire brand has seen an overhaul as of recent, bringing about a new Bill's age where high-end cocktails and kitsch interiors make the accessible menu even more rewarding an experience.
Relaxed and quirky this gorgeous hotel restaurant just a short walk from the Royal Albert Hall boasts a stunning selection of eats from simple chicken noodle soup to chargrilled wagyu steak.
A contemporary British eatery celebrating hearty dishes and elegant refinement, Scoff and Banter is a must-visit in London. Offering a fresh aesthetic alongside a menu of everything from classic brunches to afternoon tea, and of course the traditional Sunday roast.
A stunning cocktail bar and restaurant tucked away inside The 100 Queen's Gate Hotel, ESQ serves a sublime selection of small plates in a Victorian parlour-style setting. Top wash it down, try one of their homemade infused spirits.
Just a stone's throw from Kensington Palace, this unique South American restaurant sits right in the middle of the iconic high street. Head down for a delicious mix of Latin American and Spanish tapas washed down with a couple of their gorgeous signature cocktails.
Located in South Kensington, Casa Brindisa sits on Exhibition Road - just minutes from the V&A and Natural History museums. Whether it's a post-sight seeing meal or chilled out date night, this sharing plates spot has you covered.