Not content with opening St Leonards this year, Jackson Boxer and Andrew Clarke have already opened a new venture, Orasay, which focuses on the cuisine of the Hebridean islands where Boxer spent childhood summers.
Harden's survey result
As “a welcome arrival in the area”, Jackson Boxer’s “friendly and unpretentious” new venture (which oldies will think of as opposite the long-RIP 192) commands a lot of support from Notting Hill locals, and it’s drawing a “fun crowd”, including a few famous faces. The cuisine focuses on the Hebridean islands where Boxer spent childhood summers: to fans, results are “superb”, but one or two reporters feel “good ingredients are fussily assembled” to create dishes that are merely “good but not amazing”.
Orasay Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Some challenging food combinations - some worked others didn't. Fish and bordelaise sauce??? Half a lemon would have been better. Wine only OK. Expensive."
"Wonderful flavour combinations, friendly welcoming efficient staff, relaxed ambience. Arbroath smokey, scallop xl w shiitake, prawns shrimp all first class. Unusual desserts grilled pineapple cake w muscovado vg, etc"
|Wine per bottle||£20.00|
31 Kensington Park Road, London, W11 2EU
|Tuesday||6 pm‑12 am|
|Wednesday||12 pm‑12 am|
|Thursday||12 pm‑12 am|
|Friday||12 pm‑12 am|
|Saturday||12 pm‑12 am|
|Sunday||12 pm‑12 am|