Kensington & Chelsea

Bodo’s Schloss

Bodo’s Schloss, an Austrian ski lodge-styled restaurant that also doubles up as an after-hours club, allows a tongue-in-cheek look into ski life in High St Kensington.


Maroon fleshelets of confit pigeon are smartly paired with sweet corn puree and kernals of popped corn, the combination of both is sweet and rich. It is only the start, and I am undone.


Medlar offers tremendously good hearted dining, and though there is a certain lack of refinement, it should nevertheless be thought of as a good neighbourhood restaurant.

World’s End Market

Towards the back of the chamber is a fish display so fresh that the lobsters are still squirming and a glass fronted fridge showing off the cuts of meat on offer on the day.

Comptoir Libanais

Falafel, lamb kibbeh, hommos and baklawa – they are what they are and if you’re in the mood for any of them you’ll be set right at Comptoir Libanais.