From the local and familiar restaurant 

    FAMILY that run Parlour in Kensal Green 

    & Six Portland Road 

    in Holland Park



    We are a bright, light, all day restaurant serving coffee & breakfast from 8am every weekday, 9am weekends, through to brunch, lunch and dinner.


    The colourful, approachable, seasonal and British led offer evolves throughout the day.

    In the heart of Kensal Rise proper, we are a beautiful restaurant and bar with a lovely hidden secret covered garden in the back. Come and explore.


    We really hope to see you soon.


    Menus for every hour or the day with a great emphasis on contemporary vegetable

    dishes complementing the British coastal fish, and direct-from-farm meat. Lots of our wonderful supplier relationships have been built over the last 20 years of working in London. Fresh baked goods every morning, wonderful salads for lunch, moving through to shared dishes for the evening.


    Colourful, fresh, seasonal and creative food!


    We are wine led, with a short, carefully chosen list from both the New and Old Worlds, side by side with a few refined house cocktails and strong non alcoholic offer.

    Collaboration Harvest Pilsner from local friends at Portobello Brewery, incredible spirits from the West London Sustainable Spirits Company.

    You will love our Allpress Coffee from the far East for that morning latte to the dinner ristretto.


    We look forward to have you at a bar stool soon.


    Harvest is in the heart of Kensal Rise village - it joins the Dunford Wood restaurant family alongside Kensal Green's pub of choice - Parlour, just down the road, which has remarkably celebrated it's 10th year already and the slightly more grown up table clothed Six Portland Road in Holland Park which

    has now been open for three years.


    Luckily both of these places are important hubs of the community - we hope to be warmly welcomed into Harvist, Kensal Rise and Queen's Park area too.



    Harvest is an ideal venue for group dining and

    exclusive hire. A place where your party will enjoy

    excellent service and delicious food, surrounded by

    artwork. With a garden and terrace, the restaurant

    provides an ideal setting for enjoying delicious

    meals with friends and family.

  • HARVEST - Wine Dinners

    Meet the Winemaker

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    23rd January 2024

    Eric Texier Wine Dinner

    Northern Rhone, France

    5 Courses, 5 Wines £60

    A man of conviction but by no means a zealot, Eric Texier likes to push the boundaries. Despite having no experience or contacts in wine, Eric decided to give up his career as a nuclear engineer and study winemaking in 1992. Lacking the network to buy his own vineyard, Eric did his time with established winemakers then made négoce wines with the fruit of like-minded purists until he was introduced to François Pouchoulin, AKA the Godfather of Brézème. Eric was fascinated by the history of this tiny enclave on the southernmost edge of the Northern Rhone, on the left bank of the Rhone. Thanks to Pouchoulin’s help and guidance, Texier eventually succeeded in purchasing a tiny parcel of vines in Brézème. Many years later, Éric has now put the Brézème appellation back on the map, and is the leading grower there.. Today, Eric and Laurence have 12 hectares under vine, with vines aged from 30 to 90 years old, all worked organically. This is not a sudden conversion or a response to trend, Eric has worked organically since the beginning. As for biodynamics, he follows some of its principles but is not dogmatic about it.

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    27th February 2024

    Bodegas Altolandon

    La Mancha, Spain

    5 Courses, 5 Wines £60

    Rosalia Molina, makes organic wines in one of Spain's highest altitude wineries. Her mission is to make wines that express the typicity of DO Manchuela; the vineyard, the altitude and the varieties planted. This is a climate on the edge of what is possible: at 1,100 metres above sea level, the grapes experience a large diurnal range that encourages even ripening and helps to retain natural acidity. Rosalia's vineyards are certified organic, she uses only natural fertilisers, promoting biodiversity by welcoming chickens, sheep and pigs from local farms to roam the vineyards freely. Grapes are hand harvested and vinified as naturally as possible with native yeasts and little other intervention. The wines are then aged in clay amphora to give texture and complexity, with no added sulphites, and cold stabilised when temperatures at the winery naturally fall to -15oC in January.
    A wide selection of varieties are grown here including Spain’s native Bobal and Garnacha as well as wonderful French exports including Malbec, Cabernet Franc and Petit Manseng! All selected and appropriate to the soil in which they are planted.

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    18th April 2024

    Maison Chanzy

    Burgundy, France

    5 Courses, 5 Wines £65

    Maison Chanzy is a highly respected Burgundian producer, their wines are a classical demonstration of premium vineyard sites in Côte Chalonnaise, Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits.


    Their range has been carefully engineered by winemaker Max Blondelle, whose primary task is to create wines that eloquently communicate their respective terroir, whilst remaining hands-off in his approach. As such, Chanzy are one of the few Burgundy producers to achieve Haute Valeur Environnementale level 3; the most highly regarded certification for agriculture in France.


    An excellent opportunity to taste the diverse expressions of what Burgundy has to offer, and quite exceptionally all from the same wine estate.


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