Belsize Kitchen

Restaurants , European Belsize Park
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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The Belsize Kitchen is independently run and owned by a New Zealand born chef, Adrian Stoddard. Originally from Auckland he has been working and living in the UK since 2005.


His work experience starts in New Zealand, working with a French Head chef for 4 1/2 years in a bistro restaurant, which involved classic French cuisine, breakfast, lunch and dinner, and pizza, another year was spent running a small kitchen for a newly opened cafe in Auckland.


The UK is where he really learnt his trade, working in a five star hotel resort in Cornwall, The Absolute Ice Bar in Heddon Street and most recently as Head Chef of The Lord Stanley pub in Camden.


Adrian also has a Diploma in Hospitality Management and personally a passion for using fresh seasonal ingredients to make simply, well cooked food without too much fuss.

Opening his own place has always been a dream of his, so he can share his food and passion with the public and use his creativity to inspire great menus.

Venue name: Belsize Kitchen
Contact:
Address: 68 Belsize Kitchen
London
NW3 5BJ
Price: £25 and under
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Average User Rating

4.3 / 5

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Anicka
Staff Writer

Lovely brunches - great freshly squeezed orange juice, coffee, and their Bacon Benedict is sublime. The space is very confined though and quite often you end up sitting next to very noisy family or couple which kind of spoils the idea of relaxing morning.

Nick K

Shirtly, an excellent place to relax and touch the heaven of a huge variety of delicious food.

David Templer

The food in this excellent little place has that elusive quality which reminds you of creative home cooking: nourishing, and more-ish. I had a sirloin steak with pepper sauce, french fries, and a side-order of broccoli: it comes with aioli and salad, and I must say I thought it was absurdly underpriced. Excellent desserts include Eton Mess, and a yummy Pavlova.