Maggie Jones's has been a favourite haunt among Kensington locals for over 40 years. Cosy, rustic, informal and incurably romantic, this charming restaurant is tucked away in a little cul-de-sac between Kensington High Street and Kensington Church Street. The restaurant is warm, friendly and traditional, with a generous menu full of classic dishes, beautifully cooked.
by EireinLondon on 11 Jun 2019
First, the obvious: the atmosphere is delightful. Think a British country house decorated by your eccentric aunt who can't stop collecting. More importantly, the food is terrific. British classic cooked perfectly and plated generously. Add on top excellent service.
by Edward Mitchell on 05 Jun 2019
Have been dining at Maggie Jones's since the '70s. Ate there last night, and was completely beguiled as usual - as was my guest, whose first time it was there, but certainly won't be his last. Every detail perfect as always. Infinitely charming staff. MJ is as wonderful as ever!
by Crystal on 03 Jun 2019
We had a lovely time at this restaurant, can’t fault it! Great variety of British food all perfectly cooked, very friendly and attentive staff and as an extra bonus this restaurant is dog friendly!
by Henny on 29 May 2019
We had a wonderful dinner at Maggie Jones in May and am so glad it was suggested by a friend before we left America. I had rack of lamb and my husband had rabbit in mustard sauce and both were delicious. Our waiter was excellent and we loved the cozy atmosphere and the friendly service.
by Half-English Rose on 07 May 2019
Steeped in rather stylish social history, Maggie Jones's is a favourite Kensington haunt ever since I was first introduced to her a decade ago ... a cosy interior of eclectic private twists & turns, serving warm and charming British cuisine (inclusive for vegetarians;). The wine list by the bottle is lovely, though you can (and we did) order by the glass from your own bottle-heft of reasonable Rhône: glasses are measured by the stick at the end of your turn. I mentioned it was a special occasion for my Aunt & Uncle visiting from America, and we were given HRH Princess Margaret's former private table to boot (her 'stage-name', when making dining reservations, being 'Maggie Jones'). A fabulous venue for supper to celebrate, with family and friends, on the occasion of the birthday of HRH, the Anglo-American Prince!