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One Kensington
One Kensington

One Kensington Details

  • Dining Style: Casual Elegant
  • Website: http://www.one-kensington.com
  • Email: reservations@one-kensington.com
  • Phone: 0207 795 6533
  • Hours of Operation: Lunch: Tuesday – Sunday 12:00pm until 2:30pm

    Dinner: Monday- Sunday 6pm until 10:30pm
  • Payment Options: AMEX, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
  • Cuisine: International
  • Executive Chef: Massimiliano Blasone
  • Dress Code: Smart Casual
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Wine, Wine Bar
  • Catering: Contact restaurant for details.
  • Special Events & Promotions: Contact restaurant for details.

Getting there

  • Public Transit: High Street Kensington Tube
  • Parking: Hotel Parking
A word from One Kensington
Overlooking Kensington Palace Gardens, ONE KENSINGTON provides a glamorous space for socialising and entertaining from lunch, dinner, through to cocktails and late supper. The new 120 cover venue consists of a dining area, a counter bar and the raised champagne table.
One Kensington offers an international menu that is simple yet elegant, combining a casual counter bar experience with a unique premium dining event. One Kensington is housed in a grade II listed building at number One Kensington High Street. The intriguing building was originally home to The London & County Bank in 1885.
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Diner Reviews
  • "My wife and I dined here in April 2014, shortly after it opened. We thought the decor was attractively done, hip yet comfortable, and the service was friendly with an appropriate level of attention. The menu was very appealing with an interesting selection where everyone can find something to their liking. The food was prepared well, everything was tasty and there were some delicious creative touches."
    dined on 03/04/2014
  • "Very nice atmosphere. Very fresh after refurbishment."
    dined on 29/03/2014
  • "Very innovative and authentic menu. I mostly enjoyed the relaxed and classy ambience and the sevice was really good. The restaurant has an industrial but at the same time classic character without adding too much of everything. The staff was friendly and helpful but, at the same time, being discreet and being around when needed and just for regular discreet check-ins. The food was amazing. I would highly recomment the Entrecote (the price is really good for what's offered) and the loin of venison as a starter. Also, the pea soup with lobster was yummy. I have also tried the veal schnitzel which has just the right amount of saltiness and that was a healthy surprise. I am visiting again this and next week."
    dined on 29/03/2014
  • "An utterly disappointing experience. Bread arrived late and cold / slices of normal bread badly cut. Service was slow and extremely poor considering the restaurant was empty. The food was average. salad arrived without dressing. The music was utterly irritating and too loud. I asked for it to be switched off and that did not happen. The price charged for a meal is ridiculously high for the quality of the food. Terrible. Staff had no idea how to serve."
    dined on 27/03/2014
  • "Excited to try this promising new venue, I was quick to make a reservation. The quality of the cocktails, food and service was outstanding. Given a couple of weeks to settle in, I think this is going to an amazing restaurant. The location is stunning and beautifully decorated. The seafood salad starter was delicious. The chicken, sea bass and lamb rump were exquisitely prepared and the meat as tender as I've ever tasted. Waiters, waitresses and the bar staff are top notch. Some new restaurant niggles to be sorted -- the bar/cocktail area is uncomfortably over-crowded with furniture and hand-offs between the hostess, bar waitress and waiter clumsy. But, once these small things are figured out... think this is going to be an impressive venue."
    dined on 25/03/2014