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Published:  05 July, 2022


221 Kensington High St, London W8 6SG

Pascor, a new Levantine restaurant in Kensington, is the latest concept from Tomer Amedi, former head chef and co-founder at The Palomar. The eatery will serve up playful cocktails, wines by the glass and small plates, with a menu that puts the magic of over-fire cooking – from smoky flavours to seared textures – at the heart of every dish.

Pascor, meaning ‘to indulge’ in Latin, is the first west London bar and restaurant from Jerusalem-born Amedi. The menu will showcase his modern interpretation of Levantine flavours, paying homage to classic combinations with a dynamic, London-influenced twist.

The cocktail menu includes the likes of Avi Bitter Lemon, Ouzo Palomari and the White Turkish, a twist on the classic White Russian. Wines have been curated by Amedi with a focus on the Levant and will rotate through different suppliers and regions, beginning with Lebanon and Israel.