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Thomas Straker spent lockdown becoming an Instagram star uploading cooking videos; his debut restaurant was going to be Acre in Queen's Park, but it's had an upgrade to Notting Hill and a name change. His aim is for it to be an "epic neighbourhood restaurant" with "east London wine bar vibes".

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Thomas Straker spent lockdown becoming an Instagram star uploading cooking videos. His debut restaurant was going to be ‘Acre’ in Queen’s Park, but his plan had an upgrade and name change to this 40-seater in Notting Hill. His aim is for it to be an ‘epic neighbourhood restaurant’ with ‘east London wine bar vibes’; and a local-sourcing ethos designed to ‘really ensure each ingredient has its moment in the spotlight’.

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91 Golborne Road, London, W10 5NL

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