Chez Rowley at Laylow

The veteran chef is bringing a seasonal, Italian-leaning menu to Laylow, the members’ club in Notting Hill.

Though Leigh has dipped in and out of the industry since the closure of his esteemed restaurant Le Café Anglais in 2014, this is his first standalone project in almost a decade. Leigh has been described by many as “one of the founding fathers of modern British cooking” and writes a weekly column on cookery for the Financial Times.

The Italian-leaning menu showcases classic dishes and techniques, with dishes like raw bavette with cep toast & gribiche dressing; cuttlefish & clams on toast; seared mackerel with bread sauce & pickled gooseberries; and a signature dish of whole roast chicken with anchovies, black olives, onion, garlic, thyme & white wine, served with hispi cabbage & pangrattato. 


Ideal For

Nostalgic dishes

Signature Dishes

Raw bavette, with cep toast and gribiche dressing; Catalonian escalivada with girolles; and cuttlefish and clams on toast, and poulet antiboise: a whole roast chicken stewing in anchovies, black olives, garlic and lashings of white wine.