Harden's says

Proper restaurant pedigree at this bistro in Notting Hill, opening in October 2022: founder Chris D’Sylva, the owner of two high-profile local food shops, Notting Hill Fish + Meat and Supermarket of Dreams, has brought together a team including chefs Max Coen, formerly of Frantzén, Kitchen Table and most recently Ikoyi; George Williams, formerly of River Café; and Kai Menneken, of Phil Howard’s Church Road in Barnes. Ben Whitfield, a former general manager of Brasserie Zédel, will run the front of house, while the drinks come under Ale Villa, most recently of Clare Smyth’s nearby Core.

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