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The Terrace Restaurant is a stylish and relaxed neighbourhood restaurant not far from High Street Kensington.

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The place is owned by Sara Adams who runs the Kensington Square Kitchen not far from here. The food here is more a formal dining offerings.

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The menu is focused on seasonal ingredients and dishes with British flair. The same philosophy that Sara Adams brings in from KSK.

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Theres ala carte and set menu to choose. The ala carte looks tempting so I went for it. Before the main comes a slice of delicious treacle soda bread with salted butter is served. Its amazing. The treacle has the toffee honey sweetness that is just delicious.

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I went for the main of veal sirloin cooked medium rare with gremolata, mushroom ketchup and triple cooked chips (£23).

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The veal was cooked just right and well season but the meat itself lacks some sort of oomph. The chips outer layer weren’t as crispy as I thought it would be but its nice and fluffy inside. The gremolata compliments the meat well but I did not feel the mushroom ketchup at all. This could have been a great dish but something just was missing.

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But the sides of buttered kale and chestnut (£4) was rather delicious.

The Terrace is a relaxing neighbourhood restaurant. But the food just needs the sense of oomph and wow factor.

Price:£££ (£30 1 main, 1 side plus service)
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