RestaurantsLondonKensingtonW8

Owner's description

Delectable Dining

Deriving its name from an early spelling of Kensington, Cheneston's is our intimate and elegant restaurant, offering the finest British cuisine.

As you step in from the bustling city streets of Kensington you will be struck by the fine traditional décor, rich mahogany furniture, warm wood panelling and the abundance of natural daylight pouring in from the Victorian leaded windows. Enter a world of calm sophistication and sumptuous luxury in our dining room, a room full of character, reflecting the distinctive period architecture of the building.

It’s hard to imagine a more comfortable and welcoming environment in which to enjoy an exceptional dining experience, with discreet yet attentive service to match.

Restaurant details

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Entertainments, Highchair, Menu
No jeans
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1 Kensington Ct, London, W8 5DL
Opening hours

lunch 12.30 pm - 2.00 pm, dinner 5.30 pm - 10 pm
Last orders: 10pm

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