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Fadi Kattan crowd-funded nearly £1m to open this Palestinian newcomer in Notting Hill which – originally slated to debut in 2021 – opened after a residency at Carousel in mid 2022. He opened his first restaurant (Fawda) in Bethlehem in 2016 and the focus here will be specialities from that city as well as Jerusalem, Jericho, Gaza, and Nablus, but here made with British ingredients.

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27 Uxbridge Street, London, W8 7TQ
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