Bacon baps, poached eggs with chorizo & peppers, pastries and ‘goodness’ bowls, great coffee and much more.

Brunch is available at the weekend only

Soups, seasonal salads, hearty sandwiches, generous mains plus British cheese boards.

Champagne, a wide range of loose-leaf teas, finger sandwiches, scones, mini-cakes and pastries.

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Evenings at Parabola are all about an ever-changing variety of activities, including supper-club style menus, one off ‘Pop ups’, talks, masterclasses and very special wine evenings.

Evenings are generally priced from £35 for a supper club and masterclasses or talks start at £20

Curated by some of the leading lights of the UK culinary scene, the programme is always evolving linking in with current Museum exhibitions and the seasons.

10 classic cocktails, 10 regularly changing modern cocktails – plus lovely views across Holland Park.

The bar is always available for walk ins.

Monday 26 June – Saturday 8 July

Situation of our 1987 and All That Menu, a celebration of those restaurants that opened that year and set the tone for the decades that follow. With recipes from Bibendum, Harvey’s, Kensington Place & The River Café, the menu is a celebration of real cooking with groundbreaking dishes such as Marco’s Tagliolini with Oysters, KP’s Scallops with Pea Puree and Mint Vinaigrette, a classic River Café main course and Simon Hopkinson’s Pithiviers au Chocolat.

Monday 10 – Saturday 29 July

Throughout July, and running alongside our Mad Hatters Tea Party menu we will have a classic Summer Menu in the evening which will develop over the three weeks in July leading up to the great exodus in August.

Monday 10 July – Saturday 29 July, 5 – 7pm

To coincide with Opera Holland Park’s Alice we have a splendid and only slightly surreal Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, a high tea with menus for the young and the old and variations on an Eat Me and Drink Me theme: one will make you small, one will make you tall.