Modern European Restaurant Opens in Paddington

Paddington’s restaurant scene will liven up with the addition of Nota, a sophisticated diner and bar offering modern European cuisine inspired by the best of local and seasonal produce.

Located in Given Terrace, in a space that was once occupied by French restaurant Montrachet, Nota has an inviting and warm ambiance, with exposed brick walls and rustic-themed interiors.

Not only is it nice to come here for the relaxing vibe, the food has also been getting a warm reception from impressed visitors. Barely into its first month, Nota has already been receiving rave reviews from locals, for offerings like the warm lamb salad and slow-cooked octopus.

Apart from gastronomic delights designed to whet your appetite, Nota also has cocktails, small-batch wines, and a selection of local beers curated by Matt Kirkegaard for that perfect post-work getaway with friends.

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A brainchild of Cheese Platter owner Sebastiaan de Kort and business partner Kevin Docherty, the restaurant’s name literally means “familiar” in Latin. The owners wanted to create an environment where guests can share a meal with their nearest and dearest without the confinement of fine dining etiquette.

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Nota is open on Wednesdays and Thursdays for dinner, from 5:00 pm until late and on Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00 am to 3pm and 5pm until late.

For more information and bookings, check out Nota’s website or follow them on Facebook.