traditional food


Maggie Jones’s is a cosy, rustic and traditional restaurant in the heart of Kensington. It opened in 1976 as Nan’s kitchen but then changes name to Maggie Jones, the pseudonym under which Princess Margaret used to book.  It is right off Kensington Church Street and it spans over 2 floors, wooden decors and feeling like you entered your grandmother’s kitchen. I can say one thing, it is the perfect spot for winter. Hide away and warm up, with some hearty dishes, cooked with love by chef Rafal Kaczmarczyk, new Head chef coming from French restaurant La Poule au Pot in Belgravia. I was invited…