Popular Notting Hill restaurant Kensington Place will be re-opening The Notting Gill Chippy this March following the success of the pop-up last year.
Located on Kensington Church Street, the D&D London-owned pop-up will be adjacent to the main restaurant, will tempt Londoners and tourists with chef Tim Peirson’s novel interpretations of the best loved of British classics alongside traditional fish and chips dishes.
New dishes have been planned for this year including mackerel sliders, sweet chilli crème fraiche with sweet and sour slaw, salt and pepper squid with soy and ginger dressing, smoked bacon and apple scotch egg, and king prawn scampi (classic with tartar sauce or curried with mango chutney). The menu will also include a dessert of pineapple fritters served with vanilla ice cream.
Those looking for more traditional dishes can opt for the classic fish & chips with tartar sauce and mushy peas, while the more adventurous can try the curried-spiced batter fish & chips with mango chutney with a side of lentil dahl.
In addition, a range of ‘Cocktails & Softs’ will be available such as the London spring punch or Iron Bru, cream soda and coke while draft beer fans can try London meantime pale ale as the perfect accompaniment to their meal.
The pop-up venue reflects the key features of a regular old-style chippy with minimalist interiors, counter service, a large takeaway board and seating at the window in a light and airy dining space. A take-away option will also be available.