Orasay | The 3rd Project From The Superteam Behind St Leonards

A Chef Superteam Announce Their Next Project...


Orasay | Notting Hill Restaurant

Chefs Jackson Boxer & Andrew Clarke are going for lucky number three.

That is, of course after already nailing it with lucky numbers one and two.

Because as of March this year they’re adding to their burgeoning restaurant portfolio – which includes Brunswick House, and St Leonards – with Orasay. You’ll find it in Notting Hill (on the extremely likeable Kensington Park Road), where it will nestle itself into the old Peyotito space.

The plan is for Boxer to take the reins at the new venue, while Andrew Clarke holds the fort over at St Leonards. Boxer will be drawing on his own Scottish roots for inspiration, proclaiming he’ll create “aquanautical menu largely inspired by my lifelong love affair with the Outer Hebrides”. So expect a lot of extremely good shellfish.

The wines will come housed in glasses, carafes, bottles, kegs, and poured straight from the tap, with 60-ish on offer in total. Boxer’s even promising to dip into his own “extensive personal cellar” for a few rarer bottles, should you want to spring for one.

So at least he’s not being shellfish.

NOTE: Orasay is due to open in March 2019. We’ll be back then with the full scoop. In the meantime, you can check out their website right HERE.

Orasay | 31 Kensington Park Road, W11 2EU

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31 Kensington Park Road, Notting Hil, West London, W11 2EU


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