If you’re searching for that perfect date night location, look no further as Chef Richard Wilkins has opened just the place for you. With just six tables, interiors of blush pink, an intimate feel and a menu of French delicacies (they do speak the language of love), Notting Hill's 104 oozes romance.
The restaurant offers a menu of four courses, neatly nestled between complementary canapes, bread, pre-dessert and petit fours. If the chef’s experience is anything to go by, we can be assured that it’s some seriously tasty stuff on offer here. After working at the three-time Michelin starred restaurant Maison Pic and The Waterside Inn, this one on home turf in the UK, followed by Pétrus with Gordon Ramsay, Wilkins is now moving to West London to take the helm of his solo venture.
Notable dishes include hand dived scallop ceviche with Granny Smith apple and lovage, Challans duck with crapaudine beetroot, endive, blood orange and jus gras and wild seabass with Champagne sauce and Schrenckii Caviar. With a curated menu such as this, and its charmingly dainty interior, we’re sure love birds will soon be flocking to 104.