Launceston Place

Row 1

1A Launceston Place
London, W8 5RL
+44 20 7937 6912
English, Modern European
Tue: 6:00 PM–10:00 PM Wed–Sat: Noon–10:00 PM Sun: Noon–9:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Some of the best food I've ever eaten. The pork with black pudding pure nearly made me cream in my pants. Have a G&T to start with - again, just perfect. You won't be disappointed
  • Awesome food. Try the suckling pig and apple tart.
  • Really great! Try the tasting menu!
  • Classic setting, unconventional menu with fabulous service. A real treasure, local gem that doesnt rest on reputation. Fabulous!
  • Tasting menu
  • Great food and service
  • The most incredible dining experience and wonderfully attentive staff.
  • Everything :-)
  • Often overlooked, tucked away in deepest Kensington, delicious food, peaceful location.
  • Tristan Welch 2012 . - 6 3, .
  • Perfect salmon with iced horseradish. Melts on your tongue! Perfect day!
  • Michelin star
  • Fantastic chocolate souffle with Laphroaig whiskey ice cream and a Pedro Ximenez to accompany, yum yum :p
  • Added via the Tatler Restaurant Guide 2011Price Tel +44 207 937 6912Email launcestonplace@danddlondon.comWebsite D&D ownership and with chef Tristan Welc
  • I always support restaurants dedicated to local produce, seasonal menus, and a kitchen focused on the freshest ingredients!
  • Chef's office is the best dining experience in London in my opinion. The venison tartare is my stand out favourite dish though the apple tartin comes very close!
  • Wine list better than menu. Wine matching was the highlight of the tasting menu. signature rice pudding souffl brought back too many bad school dinner memories. Over priced for the quality of food.
  • Really posh. Format is prix fixe (3 course) or 6-course tasting only.
  • Tristan Welchs restaurant serves up clever, innovative & subtle food that draws upon well-sourced British ingredients. On our visit, all the dishes (except one) were very good or better.
  • Had a wicked array of desserts served by Tristan himself, who was a gracious host (as were his sommelier and Maitre'd) - great restaurant with inventive twists on traditional ingredients!

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