Hidden away in Clarendon Cross, one of the most picturesque corners of West London, is Julie’s, a Holland Park favourite, neighbourhood classic and hang-out for the Hollywood set, high society and rock stars since 1969.
Celebrating 50 years in 2019, Julie’s distinctive decadent style has charmed many, transcended time and hosted countless colourful celebrations. It is cherished for its intimate ambience and remarkable sense of fun. Many guests have fond memories of laid-back, lingering lunches on the terrace and fabulous evenings spent in the discreet rooms within the restaurant.
After a stunning refurbishment that sensitively captures the heart and soul of the original bohemian settings, it is less of a re-launch and more a re-birth, updated and enhanced. Julie’s is opening its doors to welcome both loyal locals and a new generation of devotees.
With plates from Shay Cooper – previous head chef at the Endsleigh Hotel, gaining three AA rosettes for his efforts there. More recently, he impressed at The Bingham in Richmond, chalking up another three AA rosettes and his first Michelin star, before moving on to take the role of executive chef at London’s Goring Hotel. He left in 2019 for the next chapter in his career.
135 Portland Road, London, W11 4LW