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The Shed has clearly been galvanised by the success of its King’s Road sibling Rabbit, and it remains a haven for “happy and joyful” noshing. Devised and run by three foodie brothers, it packs all sorts of cheery locals into a long, colourful dining room that creates a “bit of the country in central London” – note the bar fashioned out of a tractor bonnet. The kitchen deals in “English-style tapas”, with produce garnered from the owners' farm and lots of artisan ingredients thrown into the mix. Deliciously crafted canapés (aka ‘mouthfuls’) are an “absolute delight” (try the pulled venison with lovage), while the rest of the menu is divided between ‘slow’ and ‘fast’ cooking – from paprika cuttlefish with black beans, sweet chilli and fennel to Nutbourne lamb with iron-bark pumpkin, braised shallots and reindeer moss. Cheery staff are on hand to share the fun. “A winner.”

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The Shed

122 Palace Gardens Terrace ,London W8 4RT

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Mar 2014

We were booked in for the second sitting on friday evening, and firstly the table took 45 mins before it was ready. This meant we were forced to stand in the busy bar area blocking the door, which was awkward and annoying for everyone (including us)! When we did finally get our table, we were sat at a table completely unsuited to the size of our group. The first dish we ordered was the chorizo which is absolutely delicious! However, after this, every dish we ordered was either pretty inedible or...

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  • Food & Drink: 4
  • Service: 6
  • Atmosphere: 6
  • Value: 5

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The Shed

122 Palace Gardens Terrace ,London W8 4RT

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Stand out Restaurant

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Nov 2013

I came here to celebrate my fathers birthday and couldn't have enjoyed the evening more. The Shed has now become my favorite restaurant in London and I can't stop telling everyone about it! The waiters are lovely and its as if you are invited to join the family. There's a great atmosphere and genuine rural vibe. The daily loosener was delicious and we all enjoyed the fact that so many of the ingredients are foraged. The food was definitely the high point, especially the lamb chips, and we all loved...

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  • Food & Drink: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Atmosphere: 10
  • Value: 10

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122 Palace Gardens Terrace ,London W8 4RT

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Fantastic - definitely go here

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Apr 2013

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Rarely have I had a meal and enjoyed every single bite so much. The food really is outstanding and I made an effort of telling the chef and the owner how good it was before I left. You order lots of small plates (2-3 per person on average) and the idea is to share it… it would be particularly good for large groups I feel. It's very simple food, but cooked with the most amazing array of flavours. Each plate is £7-£9 each, so when you have 2 or 3 of these, plus drinks, you're not looking at a cheap...

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  • Food & Drink: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Atmosphere: 10
  • Value: 10

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122 Palace Gardens Terrace ,London W8 4RT

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What a shame !

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Feb 2013

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Our table was for 8.30 on a Saturday evening – may be that was the mistake, especially as it was my wife's birthday meal. On arrival we were shown to our table and all 4 of us stopped in our tracks…we had to sit at a table this small…4 of us ? There were no other tables free so this was it. We squashed ourselves in and I could sense trouble, my wife asked to leave ! I managed to persuade her to stay – actually, she couldn't move anyway as she was hemmed in between me, the wall and the man behind...

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

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    Dancing In High Heels :: Dancing In High Heels: THE SHED RESTAURANT

    Created by brothers Oliver and Richard Gladwin, The Shed is an extension of their rural lifestyle back in Nutbourne, West Sussex.
    The menu changes daily, with produce sourced from their youngest brother Gregory, based as a farmer back in Nutbourne, as well as other local suppliers.

    Their style of cooking focuses on nose-to-tail cooking so that nothing is wasted, which is essential to The Shed kitchen...
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