Harden's survey result
“The kitchen really is doing something different, sending out delicious and original dishes with a mixed Scandinavian and Japanese/Korean heritage” at this “under-the-radar restaurant, hidden away beneath a shop” in Holland Park. All reports suggest it’s “definitely worth a visit”, but there are caveats: service can be “indifferent” and even fans can find the prices over-egged.
The “Nordic-Korean-Japanese fusion cooking” at this experiment-driven, “forage-style restaurant” in Holland Park is a “real surprise” and deserves wider recognition. The “top-quality ingredients” include “excellent fish and seafood”, and much of the distinctive flavouring comes from fermentation processes. The venue is a well-designed basement, and there are plenty of vegan options on the tasting menus.
With its funky six-course tasting menus of experimental Japanese and Nordic fusion food – with a 100% vegan option – this good-looking, Holland Park haunt deserves to be better discovered, and, though feedback is limited, fans “love it”. ‘Cook like Pavel’ masterclasses are a feature – a 90-minute demo, followed by lunch.
Limited feedback on this minimalistic Holland Park basement (originally a supper club) whose fusion cuisine blends Japanese and Scandi’ influences – fans rate the food as absolutely outstanding, but some visitors feel it’s a case of style over substance.
|Wine per bottle||£23.00|
120-122 Holland Park Ave, London, W11 4UA
|Number of Diners:|
|Tuesday||6 pm‑9:30 pm|
|Wednesday||6 pm‑9:30 pm|
|Thursday||6 pm‑9:30 pm|
|Friday||12 pm‑2:30 pm, 6 pm‑9:30 pm|
|Saturday||12 pm‑2:30 pm, 6 pm‑9:30 pm|