DCL Finds Buyer for the Notting Hill Brasserie

July 30, 2013

DCL – the leisure specialists – on behalf of Restaurant Associates Ltd has secured a buyer for the former Notting Hill Brasserie in West London following the closure of the popular celebrity hang-out last year (2012).

The 2,677 sq ft restaurant – which consists of six dining rooms situated within three Edwardian town houses – was purchase by Fresh Creations London Ltd, which will open the Notting Hill Kitchen in August (2013).

The new restaurant, under award-winning Head Chef Luis Baena, will offer an eclectic Spanish and Portuguese menu including Slow-cooked Iberian milk-fed baby lamb and Seared pink swordfish, with seaweed. The interiors will reflect the menu, combining comfort with style, and have been created by award-winning Spanish designer Sandra Tarruella.

Jonathan Moradoff, Associate Director at DCL commented: “We are delighted to have found a buyer for this stunning restaurant unit. Its location, just off the Portobello Road, is highly desirable and has one of the Capital’s most affluent catchments. The Notting Hill Brasserie was extremely popular with locals and celebrities alike and I imagine the same will be true of the Notting Hill Kitchen.”