We finally found a restaurant close to Hyde Park that we can go to after our walks.
Maggie Jones is tucked away in a little cul-de-sac between Kensington High Street and Kensington Church Street.
Maggie Jones is warm, cosy, rustic, informal, traditional and even romantic. We had lunch by candlelight! So Mummy thanks it looks pretty and tried to get me in the picture with flowers and candles.Their menu includes classic British dishes – Mummy had a cottage pie.
We met lovely Patrice who has been working there for 11 years and he loves his job so much – he feels like it was only yesterday when he began. He told us that the name of the restaurant is named after Princess Margaret who used to frequent the place – and she would come under the pseudo name of “Maggie Jones” – made up of her name, Margaret and her husband’s – Antony Armstrong-Jones.
I was served water in a silver bowl that is usually reserved for Prince Michael of Kent’s dog “Shadow” – they go there quite often as well.Looks like we’ll be frequenting Maggie Jones – provides incentive for Mummy to go walking!
May’s comment: So pleased to have found Maggie Jones – a short walk from Kensington Gardens makes it ideal for our park walks – to replenish ourselves. Lovely atmosphere and good food. Maggie Jones is the sister restaurant of La Poule au Pot which does not allow dogs inside but on a nice day, dogs are welcome to sit outside.