A new addition to the Spaghetti House family keeps up the good traditions.
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All very South Ken – and it was apparently Princess Diana’s local and favourite.
Bill Wyman’s Sticky Fingers, opened in 1989, is packed with rock and roll memorabilia – Stones paintings, pictures and platinum albums.
A gutsy, no holds barred attitude to food creates some of London’s most exciting dishes.
Transported from the urban-chic of South Kensington to the homely charm of a seaside bistro across the Channel.
Thai food hiding behind verdant greenery off Kensington High Street.
Bill Wyman’s American diner style eaterie, complete with memorabilia and celebrity spotting.
Kebabs, Lebanese pastries other middle Eastern specialties in Kensington.
It’s almost enough to eat in the flamboyantly unique Michelin Building, formerly the headquarters of the Michelin Tyre Company
The original Café Lazeez, which opened in 1992 to acclaim – as evidenced by the host of awards it has won.