Maggie Jones’s has been a favourite haunt among Kensington locals for over 40 years.
Cosy, rustic, informal and incurably romantic, the restaurant is tucked away in a little culde-sac between Kensington High Street and Kensington Church Street.
Like all Londoners, the royal family have their own share of favourite restaurants scattered across the city. Princess Margaret, had a series of regular haunts and this little west London gem renamed itself in honour of her during the 1970’s. Maggie Jones was the alias the princess would use to book her table. Family-owned, Maggie Jones’s was previously called Nan’s Kitchen.
Maggie’s is warm, friendly and traditional, with a generous menu full of classic French dishes, beautifully cooked.
We will be treated to a glass of Prosecco, a seasonal 3-course menu, accompanied by
La Petite Abbaye Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire and Garrus Rouge from the Languedoc (Syrah, Grenache, Carignan)