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2 August 2014
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Book and Kitchen

31 All Saints Road, London W11 1HE

Cafes Notting Hill, Holland Park

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‘Food for thought’ is the theme at this charming bookshop-cum-café decorated in 1950s ‘moderne’ style. Sudanese-born founder Muna Khogali’s judiciously collated volumes are grouped by subject matter (art, food and drink, children’s interests etc), so peruse them over a cup of organic Fairtrade coffee and cake from the comfort of a funky armchair. The downstairs kitchen area opens onto an appealing suntrap courtyard garden, where (mostly) vegetarian salads are the pick of the crop: £6.95 pays for a three-part combo that might include couscous, cherry tomato and spinach with lemon, olive oil and pink peppercorns or turnip and cucumber in lime dressing (add salmon for an additional £3). The premises are normally unlicensed, but you can BYOB if you are hiring the venue for a private party or book launch.

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  1. Book and Kitchen

    31 All Saints Road, London W11 1HE
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    Lucy W.

    Lovely lunch

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    • Food & Drink: 10
    • Service: 9
    • Atmosphere: 8
    • Value: 7

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