104 is Notting Hill’s newest (and with just six tables, the tiniest) fine dining restaurant and it slipped in there under the radar, taking over the site of Marianne, with almost no buzz before a Fay Maschler review came out a week ago. Richard Wilkins is the chef in charge – he previously had his own place in Essex and has worked at Pertrus, The Waterside Inn and with Anne Sophie Pic in France – so he’s no stranger to fine dining.

The food he’s serving up at 104 is modern French, with dishes like asparagus with herb sabayon, hand dived scallop ceviche with granny smith apple, Challans duck with crapaudine beetroot and endive, and chocolate moelleux with hazelnut praline and passion fruit sorbet on the four course menu.

Out and about in Notting Hill? Check this lot out.

104a Chepstow Road, London W2 5QS