Located in a listed building with high ceilings and large bay windows, the restaurant has been redesigned throughout, with a simple new colour scheme and reclaimed fixtures and fittings.
Design features include hanging ceiling lights, colonial-style fans, wooden tables with iron chairs and chesterfield sofas.
High tables and a private dining room have been added to ‘encourage interaction and a sense of stylish comfort’.
Open all day, Scoff & Banter Kensington serves British seasonal food from breakfast through to dinner, with craft beers and pairing wines.
Edwardian Group director of food and beverage, Russ Brown, said: “We’re really excited about this re-design. We want to welcome local people who want to meet for dinner, coffee or a catch up with the newspapers.
As with our other restaurants, we’re focused on providing great food and wine list, with top-class service and expert chefs. This is the first of the Scoff & Banter offerings we’re re-launching and we’re looking forward to becoming a focal point for the neighbourhood.”