92 Kensington Park Road,W11 2PN

It almost seems strange to realise that Clare Smyth – Chef Patron at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, and the first female British chef to hold and retain three Michelin stars – didn’t have her own restaurant.

Till now. Because she’s finally the proud owner of her own buzzing Notting Hill eatery, Core by Clare Smyth.

There’s a strong push for sustainability, too, so don’t be surprised if your chicken breast arrives with a side of chicken heart and liver slicked together with confit egg yolk.

— Article by The Nudge

The Interior

Taking the place of the Notting Hill Brasserie, it’s a light, airy space tucked into a townhouse at the peak of Portobello Market. Inside, you’ll make your way through a dinky 18-seater bar (where they not only serve up cocktails, beer and an impressive wine list, but also all three menus from the restaurant), before arriving in the breezy dining space, with its pistachio feature walls, smooth wooden flooring and relaxed, retro-styled seating overlooking a huge, glass-panelled kitchen.

The food offering here comes in the form of two tasting menus, or an ever-evolving, three-course à la carte

— Article by The Nudge

To read the full article on CORE by Clare Smyth by The Nudge, click here

Or visit the restaurant website www.corebyclaresmyth.com