Ffiona’s Restaurant has become part of the very fabric of Kensington over the last 25 years. A “hidden gem” – a great neighbourhood restaurant and a favourite haunt for business travellers and tourists alike – a London landmark!
Situated smack bang in the middle of Kensington Church Street, the arterial street that connects boho Notting Hill to it’s more traditional and regal Kensington neighbours.
Turn left from ffiona’s and you’ve got Notting Hill. With its world famous Carnival, iconic Portobello market, super cool cafes, vibrant street food and of course its resident media moguls.
Turn right from ffiona’s and you re literally a stone’s throw from Kensington Palace, the Royal Parks and the Royal Albert Hall. Wether it’s princes and princesses, knights of the realm or simply showbiz royalty – we’ve got it covered! We’re right there in the thick of it offering wonderful weekend brunches, Sunday roasts and delicious dinners all week.
There is only one place to be!
At ffiona’s where a warm welcome and a great meal await!
Ffiona’s restaurant in Kensington embodies the spirit of traditional British cuisine, with a modern twist. During the last 30 years, we’ve prided ourselves on offering a dining experience that feels both intimately familiar and excitingly unique.
At Ffiona’s, each dish tells a story, crafted from locally sourced ingredients and served with a warmth that mirrors our Kensington home. Whether you’re seeking a cozy spot for brunch, a sumptuous Sunday roast, or a delightful dinner, Ffiona’s offers an escape to a world where flavor and community intertwine.
Join us on Kensington Church Street, where every visit promises new memories and a taste of London’s finest hospitality.
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