Harvest will Make it 3 for The Jesse Dunford Wood Stable
First it was Parlour in Kensal Rise. Then it was 6 Portland Road in Notting Hill. Next it will be Harvest, as chef Jesse Dunford Wood continues to expand his restaurant stable.
The 40-seater restaurant on the site of a former Indian restaurant on Chamberlayne Road in Kensal Rise will be open all day from 8 until late, with a changing seasonal menu of British dishes. There will also be space for 30 outside.
Interior design will be led by Ben Masterton-Smith from Transit Studio with wrought iron art by Dunford Wood’s father Hugh.
“It’s going to be a hybrid of our two existing restaurants,” Dunford Wood said: “We’ve got a few months to work out the details, but as it is in the same neighbourhood as Parlour we don’t want to butcher each other’s businesses by offering the same things. However, the Chicken Kyiv will almost certainly make an appearance!”
Jesse is a huge asset to The Chefs’ Forum, often teaching at West London College and helping showcase the industry at our popular Taster Days.
We have also placed students to work with him, gaining vital industry experience.
We wish him all the very best with his third restaurant and are sure it will be another raging success.