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Restaurants you won't want to miss when they reopen this year 

While the demand for takeaway food and at-home cooking kits has skyrocketed in recent months, many of us would be lying if we said we hadn't missed having a quality meal cooked for us and the atmosphere of a fantastic restaurant.

As an ever-growing foodie destination, White City and its surrounding areas have numerous culinary hotspots - especially with Europe's largest shopping centre, Westfield on its doorstep.

As we look forward again to eating out with our friends and family, here are some of the best restaurants located close to White City Living for our residents to enjoy.

Core by Clare Smyth

Ideally positioned in Notting Hill, just 10 minutes from White City Living, Clare Smyth is the first and only female chef to run a restaurant with three Michelin stars in the UK. The restaurant's strong British ethos has an elegant interior to match - you can expect to enjoy an exceptional culinary experience here.

Endo at the Rotunda

Set in a large and airy space on the eighth floor of the Television Centre - overlooking White City Living - Endo at the Rotunda is a perfect place for your sushi fix or omakase experience. This cosy Michelin star restaurant offers an 11-course tasting menu with exemplary dishes that will transport you to Tokyo.

Kitchen W8

Kensington's Michelin star restaurant Kitchen W8 offers Modern English cuisine with a French twist. Their menu is centred around ingredients that are sourced from trusted suppliers and with seasonal menus, you can enjoy the arrival of new produce throughout the year.

Caractère

 This independent restaurant in Notting Hill is run by a French couple who combine their love for food with character and personality to provide an experience like no other.

Amaya

Located near Bond Street, which can be easily reached from White City Living in 15 minutes, This restaurant opened over 15 years ago and remains at the forefront of the Indian foodie scene in London. With the food's enticing aromas and their signature biriyani in Amaya's vibrant ambience is something very special.