Zaika of Kensington

Taste of India

Zaika is Kensington’s Indian restaurant of choice, where cultural vibrancy meets tailored luxury in a dining room overlooking Hyde Park. These North Indian dishes, perfect for sharing are created using traditional cooking techniques such Nawab and Moghul inspired by Awadhi aristocrats feasting traditions.

Launceston Place

Award winning appetite

A must visit in Kensington, Launceston Place serves a refined during eccentric and seasonally-inspired modern European menu.

Launceston Place was awarded two AA Rosettes in 2017, as well as previously winning an AA’s ‘Notable Wine List’ title in 2013 – one of only seven restaurants to receive the accolade in the UK that year, as well as being awarded ‘Best Wine List’ at the Tatler Restaurant Awards.

Head Chef Ben Murphy, was named Chef to Watch 2016 by The Good Food Guide and was also awarded the Breakthrough Chef of the Year gong at the Food & Travel Awards.

Yashin Ocean

Fish fusion

Yashin Ocean House is a modern Japanese restaurant centred on head to tail dining. Combining traditional English dining room style with experimental Japanese food, accented with a tailored selection of cocktails, wine and Sake. Yashin Ocean House is a destination for any time of the afternoon or evening.

Above and beyond a bar

Inspired by the sophisticated atmosphere of a gentlemen’s club. K Bar balances the Deeply grained oak furniture with racing green and royal blue upholstery. Intentionally dimly lit lighting and accents of polished brass create a warm and inviting space. An intimate setting serving exquisite cocktails and intelligently paired wines, while offering effortless decadence in the heart of the Royal Borough.

The Troubadour

Coffee rebellion

Established in 1954, the Troubadour is one of the last remaining coffee houses of its era in London. The original coffee house remains almost identical and unchanged since its opening. Steeped in London bohemian culture and echoing its rebellious stance on music, and with its cellar venue renowned as one of the primary venues of the British folk revival in the late 1950s and 1960s, the Troubadour is a must visit.