flat three


If you’re looking to celebrate a special occasion, then Flat Three in Holland Park is the perfect location. Serving Japanese/Korean cuisine with modern European influences and open every week from Tuesday to Saturday, you can book the chefs table for up to 12 diners or book the restaurant exclusively as a private space.

Including foraged produce + house made juices and infusions and combined with a wine list made up of small artisan producers and finest sake and they also offer vegan friendly wine & beer.

For as little as £59 per person, you can enjoy a 5-course tasting menu, or a 3-course menu for £39. If you’d like to add a wine flight to this tasting menu, you can do from £42 per person and non alcoholic pairing from £26.

The furniture is made up of custom made and mid century Scandinavian collector’s items and the glassware is the finest hand-blown Zalto, allowing wine to be fully appreciated.

They cater for gluten-free, Dairy free, nut free and coeliac diners (please give advance notice for serious allergies – and they do not stock Halal meat, however on occasion we could order Halal should it be required.)

The aim at Flat Three is simple: to create seasonal Japanese and Korean menus created with locally sourced English produce.

Highlights from their menu include: Dexter Rump, roasted pumpkin + burnt onion miso. Dexter beef tartar with british kiwi + anchovy. Sand carrots, jus + pickled wild carrot. Cardamom cake + damson.

Stepping up to the helm is brilliant head chef Joe Timarchi (Wabi Horsham; Raw +Maw), a man whose energy and creative passion – and yes, a touch of nerdy curiosity – defines his amazing food and incredible ferments.

Leading a team of equally curious and creative chefs, Joe will create seafood, meat and 100% plant-based dishes from the best seasonal British produce and sourced from the finest local suppliers. Many of these ingredients – on the face of it quite unassuming – are then re-shaped through ferments and pickles prepared days, weeks and even months in advance to create a series of beautiful, delicious and complex flavours that highlight our most valued component: time.

Combining the best of British with a nod to Korean and Japanese flavours, are such exciting new creations as Brill with yuzu + soured grains; Dexter beef tartar with british kiwi + anchovy and Sand carrot, jus + pickled wild carrot, along with desserts that include the likes of Kabocha with malted granola + oat milk and Cardamom cake, damson + milk. Expect daily specials and surprise creations to pop up as well.

In another departure, Flat Three is replacing its à la carte menu with two set evening menus, either three courses at £39 pp or five courses at £59 pp. In addition there will be a three-course lunch priced at £33 pp.

Flat Three also offers the perfect setting for a family gathering, team dinner or corporate function. Bespoke menus for these private events, including canapés, are available on request.

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