Read what people think about Tiny Leaf. All reviews are written by verified Quandoo diners.
Excellent staff ambience and food. Made a reservation the following week to take guests in town. Will be excited to visit them when they move into their permanent space. A great find and worth the visit even though we live across town.
£23 Billion pounds / 18 Million tonnes of edible food ends up in UK landfill sites each year......Tiny Leaf in London is trying to normalize the zero waste concept. They take organic produce that would otherwise be thrown out from suppliers such as Abel and Cole (cosmetically defective, past the sale by date), and turn it into yummy, innovative vegetarian dishes. I loved the food and the restaurant ambience was great, service super friendly. All their booze is organic too. Highly recommend checking them out.
It's a lovely small restaurant in a central Notting Hill/Portobello location. The food we had was simple but very tasty. The service was good without you as the customer feeling rushed or pressurised to make menu decisions or to finish eating quickly.
Worst place I've ever been. We booked a table for 2 @ 9 pm, we arrived there on time. A guy, probably the manager in charge that evening got our drinks order, my partner went for a tiny leaf coktail, nothing wrong with it, and I asked for an organic lager instead I got a pale ale despite me asking the manager if the beer I was going for was lager and him without even looking at me confirmed that it was. After that none of the front of house staff came even close to our table to get our food order, the restaurant wasn't busy at all and after 25 mins the manager girl friend came along, she was seating next to us. The lovely manager took a seat next to here, they started chatting, kissing and we were literally less then a meter from them but no one could get our food order. After 45 minutes with no drinks, no food, manager gone and the rest of the staff not even aware of our presence, me and my partner decided to pay the drinks and leave. A weitress tried to apologise and wanted to give us the drinks for free. We paid anyway and told here that not only was the worst restaurant experience ever but their behaviour was disrespectful. I think this restaurant is relatively new and if they want to keep it open they should get rid of the existing front of house staff and repace it with people with a minimum of experience, that care about their job and more importantly with bit of common sense and respect for paying customer. I would never go back there and I would never reccommend this place.
It was nice, but could be better. Limited, basic breakfast options that lack pizzazz. The food could definitely be more interesting! It's a pretty space and has potential.
Nice atmosphere, mediocre food. Waiting staff were lovely and buzzy vibe. Food was quite bland and unimaginative. My curry was watery and bread was toasted to the point of almost being burnt. Perhaps we were there on a bad day.
Food was simply amazing! I cannot wait for this restaurant to open again. Very creative and original dishes... Attention to detail and great service as well.
The menu was a little on the small side with a lack in variety of dishes but overall it was a good inexpensive lunch -
This was the most disappointing dinner experience I have ever had in London (actually in my life). The menu is a rather small one to choose from with different daily options depending on seasonality, which is a good concept if you have capable chefs that know how actually translate the idea and offer tasteful meals. However, the OVERPRICED food is an absolute joke and we all left hungry, the portions are tiny and food is bland. I had the so-called “curry” consisting of cold chickpeas in a not definable sauce with 2 slices of carrots, 5 peas and absolutely nothing else. The one and only good thing is that they provide pepper and salt, as they don’t seem to season their food at all. You pay for a simple apple juice 4.50 and around 10.00 for a detox cocktail, mains are between 12.00 – 15.00. Avoid this place at all costs; there are plenty of lovely places in Notting Hill and any other restaurant in London would be less of a disappointment. Very sad Friday evening…
All the staff were friendly and genuine. Small but cosy venue. Menu was simple and easy to chose from. Beautiful bottle of red wine. So nice to know you are eating organic and at a good price too! I am personally vegan and had plenty options for me although I had to ask the waitress to make sure, as it was highlighted. Highly reccomend this place!