Previously tucked away in All Saints Road, this Asian restaurant hailed by our reporters as a “perfect neighbourhood spot” offering “excellent” and “good value” food, has been resurrected not too far from its original home in a new location on Ladbroke Road.
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Previously tucked away in nearby All Saints Road, this neighbourhood pan-Asian restaurant – formerly one of the west London’s better local hideaways – was resurrected, after a couple of years’ closure, in summer 2016 in a new location on Ladbroke Road. The ebullient Michael is back too – looking forward to next year’s survey reports.
Located at Notting Hill Gate, ULI offers a fresh, honest approach to Asian cuisine. Natural limed oak, soft tones of blue and contemporary art give the restaurant a clean and informal look, highlighted by a hanging garden of pendant lights. Our menu encompasses carefully selected dishes from Asia, all prepared using traditional Chinese, Thai, Malay and Singaporean disciplines. We believe that Asian food should be clean, fresh and healthy, and that each dish should always be made from scratch.
Originally established on the All Saints Road in 1997, ULI became a firm favourite among locals and critics alike. At its new home on Ladbroke Road where our terrace forms part of the vibrant local scene, ULI serves lunch and dinner all week as well as an extensive range of snacks, cocktails and beverages.
5 Ladbroke Road, London, W11 3PA
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Weekday Lunch 12pm - 3pm, Dinner 6.00pm - 10.30pm | Friday and Weekends 12pm - 10:30pm
Last orders: 11.45 pm