Alexandrie Restaurant opens its doors in Kensington


A restaurant with an iconic name has launched in London! Alexandrie Restaurant is now open in Kensington, offering fine dining from Alexandria which has been the melting pot of civilizations and flavours from antiquity to recent times.

Starters range from a traditional lentil soup, to a more modern Tiger King Prawns in delicately-flavoured crispy coating. The main dishes include vegan okra cooked in garlic and coriander, harissa-spiced poulet au pistou, and a lamb shank that has been marinated then slow-cooked to such a tender state that it melts in the mouth! The desserts include traditional Om Ali, and a mango parfait creation that some customers have called “Summer On A Plate”! Alexandrie’s exquisite creations have already been acclaimed by Chaîne des Rôtisseurs and has already been awarded a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.

Alexandrie has a private dining room which is available for hire with its own bar. Fitting up to 50 guests for dinners, or 60 for receptions, it is the perfect location for functions and Christmas parties. Manager Paolo Pascolo adds: “In Kensington, there aren’t many restaurants that can offer such a large space for private use. The long wall adjoining the bar and facing the entrance is designed to replicate the ripples of the famous coloured canyon in Sinai, which needs to be seen to be believed!”

If you wish to review the restaurant and its menus, please contact:
Lucien Jack
[email protected]
Tel: 07885 995207

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