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Ladbroke Grove
Provenance is a new butcher’s shop in Notting Hill run by a bunch of young enthusiasts who gave up desk jobs to train as butchers and charcutiers. Struan Robertson is the founder, an alumnus of the School of Artisan Food in Welbeck, Nottinghamshire. The rest of the team – Tom Gibson, Guy Gibson, and Erin Hurst – are all Kiwis, which partly explains the grass-fed wagyu beef burgers from New Zealand that are flying out the doors in barbecue weather. A lot of the meats are value-added, such as marinated whole chickens and lamb kebabs, to offer what Struan calls ‘meal solutions’ for local shoppers (well, he is a former advertising man). The meats are all free range, the charcuterie supplied by British makers. Give it a look.
Venue name: Provenance
Contact:
Address: 33 Kensington Park Rd
London
W11 2EU
Opening hours: Open 8am-7pm Mon-Sat, 10am-4pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Ladbroke Grove

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Jackie

At last a decent local butcher. The staff are so helpful and friendly. The meat is fantastic quality. My family love the wagyu beef burgers. Thank you for opening.

RAchel Burgess

I found out about this butcher the other day - FINALLY - it was exactly what this area was missing. I bought some lamb and some veal - and can clearly say was the best bit of meat Ive had in a long time. THANK YOU so much for opening!!! You have a very pleased neighbour!

Eva B

Delicious meat, super-helpful staff, great location. What more could you ask for? Definitely try the wagyu beef and the marinated spatchcock chicken. Perfect for grilling.

Plug

This shop is absolutely fantastic - clear displays, really helpful staff and top quality meat - a huge asset to the area

Hungry Hippo

This place is awesome. Friendly, knowledgable staff who are more than happy to explain things for you. The best bit came when I got home with the meat. Wow. Seriously good and worth every penny.