Italian Restaurants in Kensington Reviews
Newest Review: ... an ‘All you can eat buffet’ girl, a ‘Harvester’ girl, a ‘Cantonese on valentines day that costs – shock £32 for both of us’ girl. This was a big treat and exciting because I wanted the Jamie Oliver experience. The celebration of food with guests and bubbly hosting in a vibrant hip atmosphere. So…what happened next? At reception I was greeted in a slim young woman in a pinstriped suit with her hair slicked back like on a Robert Palmer video (minus the guitar). She took our coats and bags and put them into a cloakroom. We stood there waiting for the next step – there was no big door w... more
Customer Italian Restaurants in Kensington Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/10/01, updated on 21/10/01 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Some people really haven’t taken to this guy but most can’t help but be impressed with the fact that he can make simple familiar food more exciting and more impressive when you’ve a few friends coming over. I have certainly got a crush on him and have found that I am able to cook with much more confidence having watched his shows. Jamie has been the consultant chef to Monte’s along with his friend Ben Donoghue. It’s a glass-fronted restaurant in Sloane St Kensington with huge cardboard displays in the front of Jamie Oliver and his books. These books contain sound, simple advice and promise to ‘strip the food down to its bare ... Read the complete review
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