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The renowned team behind The Barbary is gearing up to open its third restaurant in London, this time in the trendy neighborhood of Notting Hill. Zoë and Layo Paskin, the masterminds behind The Palomar and Michelin-starred Evelyn’s Table, are excited to bring their unique culinary concept to a new part of town.

Taking over the space previously occupied by Maddox Gallery on Westbourne Grove, the new Barbary restaurant will feature the same inspiration as its original counterpart – cuisine cooked over fire from the Atlantic Coast through to the Middle East. Although the full menu is still under wraps, patrons can anticipate an array of tantalizing dishes, including house-made merguez, seasonal flatbreads, crispy pork belly skewers, aubergine ajo blanco, and fried fish collar.

In contrast to the smaller counter-only setup in Seven Dials, the Notting Hill Barbary will offer a more spacious dining experience. While the restaurant will maintain its signature counter space, there will also be ample booth seating adorned with captivating storm blue Boffi banquettes, catering to diners who prefer a more traditional seating arrangement.

Moreover, the new location will boast a separate cocktail bar featuring a visually stunning crack-glazed volcanic stone bar. This addition will undoubtedly provide a unique and vibrant atmosphere for guests looking to enjoy expertly crafted cocktails alongside their scrumptious meals.

With its expansion to Notting Hill, The Barbary is poised to bring its distinctive culinary offerings to a wider audience while preserving the essence that has made it a beloved establishment in London’s dining scene.