Hattie Lloyd 26/04/24

There's A New Barbary Coming To Town

The Paskin siblings make good restaurants.

Their first restaurant, The Palomar, has held onto its Bib Gourmand since opening in 2014. So has their follow-up, The Barbary, which continues to draw queues every night. And Evelyn’s Table – a 12-seater countertop in the basement of their pub in Chinatown – won a Michelin Star within months of opening.

So if anyone can keep expanding without dropping the ball on quality, it’s these guys.

And having already crushed it in Central London, they’re taking the opposite route to most budding restaurateurs – because they’re now heading West.

This isn’t some modest neighbourhood offshoot, though. The Barbary Notting Hill is set to be “their most ambitious project to date”, and will become their flagship Barbary restaurant when it opens sometime later this year (although the Covent Garden original will keep going, don’t panic).

That means it’ll be much bigger – well, relatively at least, with room for 75 compared to the original 24 – with a separate dining room and dedicated cocktail bar joining The Barbary’s signature dining counter, which they’re intending to ‘reimagine’ while keeping that classic horseshoe shape.

After all, it seems to have been lucky for them so far.


NOTE: The Barbary Notting Hill is set to open sometime this year – we’ll update this as we hear more…

The Barbary Notting Hill | 112 Westbourne Grove, London W2 5RU

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The Barbary Notting Hill

112 Westbourne Grove, W2 5RU