The Shed | Notting Hill British Restaurant
Welcome to The Shed, the first restaurant by the Gladwin Brothers – one part farmer, one part chef, one part hospitality expert, whose rural West Sussex upbringing is reflected in the food that is served in their small, West London location.
From the outside, the place is a Georgian London townhouse covered in ivy, whilst inside it’s a rustic dining room of mix-and-match furniture with walls covered in farming props and paraphernalia. A clean, well-organised, homely shed of a restaurant. Fitting.
Split into two main sections – slow cooking and fast cooking – the menu delivers small plates of inventive tapas-style food using typically British ingredients. A selection of cured meats and lamb produced from the family farm in Nutbourne, Sussex, are available alongside slow-cooked beef cigars and grilled Tamworth pork.
Drink-wise, award-winning wines and fizzes from the Nutbourne family vineyard sit alongside a selection of British lagers, ales and ciders. The Sussex Martini – as well as many of the other cocktails on offer – follows the regional trend by using Silver Birch vermouth from the Blackdown Distillery in Sussex and Adnam’s Copper House vodka or gin from their distillery in Suffolk.
NOTE: The Shed is now open for lunch and dinner Monday-Saturday. You can make a booking right HERE.
The Shed | 122 Palace Gardens Terrace, W8 4RT
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