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About 108 Garage
Stylish and deliberately bold, 108 Garage is the future of modern British cuisine located at the epicentre of Notting Hill.
London, W10 5PS
Contemporary British, Global, International, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Friday: 12:00 - 14:30
Lunch: Saturday - Sunday: 12:00 - 15:00
Dinner: Tuesday- Saturday: 18:30 - 21:30
£41 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
020 8969 3769
Music, late night closed parties, private events
Underground station Ladbroke Grove or Westbourne Park with Hammersmith & City or Circle Line
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Dancing, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining , Outdoor Smoking Area, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
108 Garage Ratings and Reviews
I’ve lived in London for 12 years and this is without a shadow of doubt the best restaurant experience I’ve ever had, nothing comes close! We arrived a bit early (expectations were high!) and were very warmly welcomed and seated at the bar where the chef himself welcomed us. All of the staff seemed genuinely happy and relaxed which sets the wonderfully warm and vibrant atmosphere. I had a “Garage” cocktail, which was far more refined than it sounds and my boyfriend had what he said was the best espresso martini he has ever had. Every course we had was an absolute masterpiece. The seaweed butter was a delight and even though I normally hate taramasalata, theirs was so good it may have converted me. The salt baked celeriac elevated the humble vegetable beyond anything you could imagine. We will be returning again and again. A wonderful experience, genius chef and the best atmosphere of any restaurant. Absolutely loved it.
Our second visit and did not disappoint. The food is inventive, fresh and delicious with a little theatre thrown in though always striking exactly the right note. Bit giving detail as would spoil any surprises. Ditto the service which is just the best - friendly and fun yet efficient and caring. Cannot recommend highly enough- delicious!
Great vibe in this up and coming neighbourhood. The food sounds adventurous on the menu, but everything was delicious. Only point would be (at least when we went for lunch) that is a six course set menu (no a la carte), so its definitely not a place to go for a light lunch!
Out of this world!! We were offered a 6 course £55.00 menu (which was super value for the effort/taste and authenticity of the chef).. The dishes were amazing, a feast for the palate. Truly enjoyed all the 6 courses. The restaurant has a cool vibe and I love the industrial interior. Worth trying these exquisite dishes from this talented chef.
I'd been meaning to try 108 Garage after a friend said it was her new favourite restaurant. We were not disappointed. This is seriously good cooking. The dishes are beautifully presented, on individual plates and bowls carefully chosen to set off their contents. I wasn't surprised to hear that the chef is a Fine Arts graduate - the presentation reminded me of high-end Japanese cooking, artful without being fussy or contrived. Just as much care goes into the combination of ingredients (texture and flavour), innovative without being bizarre, and the spot-on preparation. Highlights for us were the super-light and luscious chicken liver parfait, the nectarine, burrata and yellow bean salad with vivid green basil dressing and the slightly sea-salty chocolate cremeux with cardamom ice cream. Service was perhaps a touch over-caring - once or twice I felt like a child being praised for clearing my plate - but the staff were lovely and obviously very proud of their joint.
Quite exceptional! Really interesting food, cheerfully presented in an eclectic space. We all had the tasting menu, which ticked all the boxes. This menu is about six dishes long, but leaves you most satisfied but not stuffed. I would have liked to try some of the other things on the a la carte, but, never mind - next time. There's even a quiz - what's in Chinese five spice? The chef, behind the adjacent counter, offered me a job for getting two.
We were trying not to have more than a bottle of wine, a vinho verde chosen by me for lightness, between four, but slipped into an extra glass of Piedmont red for the three greediest (incl. me) for the duck.
Second time I've visited at lunchtime this recently-opened restaurant in Golborne Road London W10. Fantastic, if small, menu on both occasions. Staff are top notch - being welcoming without any excessive helicoptering , and with a good knowledge of the dishes and wise list. Interior decor is cool with brickwork and light-industrial iron and copper detail. Will be booking again - for dinner next time. One small observation - we visited during the heatwave - 28C at lunchtime - and the air con could have been a shade better ..... still a 9/10 experience though. A real find for West London foodies
Food was really excellent and staff were charming. The place was really busy but we were well looked after. There is a set menu if there are 6 of you so our choices were restricted. Would love to go back with just my wife to try the full menu. The only negative was that when we arrived 4 of us had chairs but 2 of us were given rather firm stools.
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