Refined comfort food is the focus of the menu at Julie’s, the iconic Holland Park restaurant that has relaunched after a five-year break with new chef Shay Cooper. Fiona Sims reports
I’m sitting in G3, otherwise known as the G-spot. It’s Julie’s most famous table, in a curtained-off alcove deep below Portland Road in London’s Holland Park. That table has seen some action, frequented by a roll-call of the rich and famous – from Paul McCartney to Mick Jagger, Kate Moss to Tina Turner. Earlier this month, Julie’s reopened its doors after nearly a five-year wait, owing to planning and building delays – just in time for its 50th anniversary.
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