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Orasay, Notting Hill

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll already know about this little restaurant.

I discovered it in spring and have visited again and again since then.

Just what Notting Hill needed, it’s a laid back, unpretentious, modern spot with beautiful, seasonal food, with interiors straight outta Copenhagen.

And rosé on tap!

You can visit for lunch or dinner.

By night it’s pretty packed, by day you can pretty much have the place to yourself.

So no-one to count how many glasses you’ve had at 2pm on a Wednesday…

Floaty white top // “Sculpting” jeans

Oversized shades // Chanel bag (sold out)

When you arrive, order the radishes with tonnato & capers.

Something spectacular to nibble on while you peruse the menu.

Then just go wild!

The menu changes constantly, but is unchangingly brilliant.

Fresh, vibrant flavours, brought together in a symphony of colour.

Have a starter and a main if you want.

Personally I like to share, so I can try more!

Creamy burrata with grilled peaches.

The XL Isle of Mull Diver Scallops, with Shiitake & Vin Jaune are a staple on the seasonal menu.

Which is a relief because I think it’s one of the finest dishes in London right now.

Don’t be shellfish. Order one each, you won’t be sorry!

It’s the perfect place to graze with a date (sharing plates always break the ice and are a great giveaway to see if they’re worth pursuing – Generous at the table, generous in the bedroom!)

A fun spot for a group, a nice place to take visiting parents or just a girly dinner.

In the evenings I’d make a reservation (you can usually get a table for 2 at pretty short notice) but in the day I’d just pop in and tuck in.

Sink into one of the squidgy linen sofas and make yourself at home.

Wine not, eh?

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