New restaurant at Design Museum

Parabola is a new restaurant opening at the Design Museum on Kensington High Street this month, on 24th November. Owned by Peter Prescott,  Sir Terence Conran and Lady Conran. The restaurant is named after the iconic mid century modern roof of the building which has been restored and improved by brilliant architect John Pawson, who brings perfect simplicity and space to buildings. Parabola restaurant, named after the landmark mid century modern roof of the building which was originally designed and completed in 1962 by Robert Matthew, Johnson-Marshall and Partners for The Commonwealth Institute.

Parabola restaurant will overlook the spectacular atrium on one side and on the other the treetops of Holland Park. Head chef is Graham Blower who once cooked up a storm at Murano, Tramshed and Petrus. You can pop along anytime during the day, have a cuppa or a cocktail, but for dinners there will be a boost in action, with fabulous guest chefs including Rowley Leigh of Kensington Place and Le Café Anglais from 28th November – 28th January. Next up will be Valentine Warner from 6th February – 31st March. Best get booking now, you now what foodies are like. Parabola at the new Design Museum The Design Museum.

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