Wormwood Restaurant in the London district of Notting Hill takes its name from the herbal remedy native to North Africa. In the past, wormwood was used to heal sick children and it is the restaurant’s aim to bring that soothing, restorative and warming feel to patrons through its cuisine and hospitality. The food here is influenced by the warmth of North Africa’s dishes delivered in the tapas style synonymous with Mediterranean culinary culture.
The discerning menu communicates class, precision and skill, and offers something a little different for diners to try. The food catalogue is divided into four distinct categories: food from the soil; food from the land; food from the water, and food from the heavens.
The ‘soil’ selections feature smoked, confit and caviar of baby aubergine, and artichoke risotto. Under the ‘water’ category are listed squid ink croquettes, and sea bream laqué with critrus, bok choy and chard. ‘Land’ fodder comes in the form of Andalucía-style tartare starring hand-cut lamb fillet, and truffle rabbit with truffle polenta and truffle jus. The heavenly category contains the sweet treats of pecan slice with raspberry sorbet and cream mousse, and the Arabian delights of baklava and ktaif. A rich selection of French, Irish and Swiss cheeses appear in this section too to offer a savoury alternative to the saccharine dishes.
Wormwood Restaurant in Notting Hill is a family-run establishment with an eye for detail and a menu filled with creations of discernment. The dining room is dressed in a contemporary style with light suffusing the space.
Invite friends and family along to share in exotic and creative tapas-style dining at Wormwood Restaurant in London’s Notting Hill.