Wolfe, a new restaurant

New Notting Hill restaurant Wolfe has been well praised by top food critics AA Gill and Fay Maschler, both of whom wax lyrical about both the food and the Swedish waitress. Meschler knows about the owner and chef, Wolfe Conyngham, who is the ‘younger son of the 8th Marquess Conyngham, owner of Slane Castle in County Meath, has happily for us all opened a restaurant named after himself in All Saints Road, Notting Hill.’ Time Out describes as a ‘neighbourhood restaurant in Notting Hill serving ambitious, inventive Modern European food.’ You can try things like Jerusalem artichoke arancini (£4,50), spicy thai chicken salad (£12.50) or roasted turbot with asparagus and tomatoes (£19). Sounds tasty. wolfe.london

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