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Holland Park is posh, but not too posh

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Though not as well known as
the area it resides in, Holland Park is a public space in west London, situated
in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Known as an incredibly
fashionable area, with aesthetically pleasing, large Victorian townhouses, it’s
very much what one would expect for an affluent area. The luxurious shops, the
high-class restaurants and the boutiques that you almost need to have ID to get
into, they certainly make the place less-accessible as other areas in the
capital. Anyone who’s anyone can wander around Camden Lock with a tray of
Chinese, noodles and rice mixed with some sort of sauce, eating it fresh from
the foil box, and being confident that you’re sure to walk past someone else
doing the same thing. This is Camden after all. Instead, in Holland Park, there
is certainly something to be said about the level of expectation when it comes
not only to dining, but any service received in the Holland Park area.

Close to High Street Keng, Portobello Market and
Notting Hill, you can imagine the type of folk that would be expected to
congregate in the area. Whilst no official boundaries encompass the area, we
are certain of the number of restaurants that you should happily find yourself
in the district.

There’s something to be said about dining in a
hall that’s been renovated, and that’s exactly what it’s like at The Belvedere.
Set in the former ballroom of Holland House, you can expect high luxury in this
particular dining room. Taking decorating inspiration from the 1920s, the beauty
of the building is evident in the traditional surroundings, yet still manages
to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Not to be confused with stiff upper
lip establishment, they are most welcoming to anybody looking for a ‘relaxed
formal dining experience’. Be it a business dinner with potential clients, a
celebratory occasion or a gentleman and one of the companions from the cheap
escorts in Holland Park
, it is the perfect setting for any appointment.
Ridiculously high ceilings, silky walls lined with mirrors and hanging silver
globes add to the spectacularness of the place.

If you’re looking for something a little more
exotic in terms of food, do not fret, for this is London town. It’s nothing if
not full to the brim of dining options, and an option we think you should
consider is Akkadia restaurant, found in High Street Kensington. Serving the
very best of Lebanese cuisine, the traditional dishes are all charming, with
beautiful herb accents to really bring out the flavour. Be if the lamb, the falafel
or the hummus options, there is certainly something for everyone. Even
vegetarians are well catered for.


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