As one of the most high-end parts of London, Notting Hill is worth visiting especially if you are a fan of multicultural environments, high end restaurants and pastel coloured houses.
We were curious to find out if there is a place that we can associate with amazing food and beautiful furniture.
If you are searching for a tasty pastry and a stylish dining interior then your first stop should definitely be Oree.
Besides the beautiful interior and exterior appearance we noticed a couple of interesting Nordic furniture pieces that caught our attention.
Let’s see which of Oree’s breakfast ideas can you bake while combining some of their seating options in your modern home.
Here are the specific topics that we will cover in case you’re interested in a particular one:
- Welcome To Oree
- Wishbone Chair Breakfast
- Choose Your Meal
- Notting Hill’s Scandinavian Style
1. Welcome to Oree
If you’ve found yourself in Notting Hill and if you are looking for a fresh morning pastry Oree is a place to go. Founded by Elizabeth & Laurent d’Orey, this lovely place offers different pâtisseries, salads, breakfast dishes and sandwiches.
While working with some of the best artisanal experts from Nantes, France, Oree’s chefs combined knowledge to create many innovative recipes that have been rarely seen.
Due to a popular wellness trend that is still going strong in London you can see a lot of healthy and gluten free dishes. They have an amazing taste but the visual part is also on point.
Besides the beautiful and vast choice of breakfast dishes and freshly baked morning bread we can’t help but notice the interior as well.
It seems that Oree loves to combine different cultures whether it is their food or design.
Inspired by Scandinavian style we’ve noticed a couple of furniture pieces that you can most likely incorporate into your home.
2. Wishbone Chair and Breakfast
At Notting Hill’s favorite breakfast spot we’ve managed to notice that the interior looks modern and welcoming.
Their designers definitely know how to make a place where people want to stay and Scandinavian design plays a major role.
Real host knows that a dining experience is much more than just the dish itself. We all know it is the most important segment but there are many different components that need to be on point in order to give your guest the best treatment.
What about the level of comfort that you are experiencing during your breakfast? Do you think that’s important?
Besides the aesthetics of the place itself, comfort takes the cake as the most important thing.
Oree takes an amazing approach to this and decides to go with Scandinavian Style classic, the famous wishbone chair. There are so many reasons why this seating option stole the hearts of people all around the world and the UK especially.
The design of the chair itself provides maximum comfort while making sure that you also have a space for your arms.
The seat itself is made of a Danish paper cord but there are different types of wood that you can choose for this chair.
One of the most popular ones are Beech wood, American ash and Californian Oak.
The good thing is that you can have the wishbone chair in your home as well.
It works perfectly as a dining room seating option but it can also look amazing in your living room.
Notting Hill’s favorite breakfast spot likes to combine them with a wooden table but Tulip Table can be a great alternative in your home.
3. Choose Your Meal
When visiting Oree, we wanted to taste as many dishes as we could in order to find out which one is the best.
At the end we realised that we couldn’t settle for just one so here are some of the best ones:
If you are on the go and just can’t sit and have a proper breakfast why not grab one of freshly baked pastries? Our favorites are Nutella and Raspberry croissants.
Sandwiches & Savouries
With these ones you can either eat them on your way to work or sit and savour the taste. Most of the sandwiches are with chicken or ham but you can also find a lot of healthy veggies.
Birthday & Celebration
Oree is a great place to buy a tasty surprise for your loved ones. Whether it is a cake, a tart or Mille Feuilles they are definitely in for a tasty treat.
4. Notting Hill’s Nordic Design
We’ve been amazed how many different Notting Hill’s restaurants and interiors in general have Scandinavian design as their main interior component. In the last couple of years this style has become popular not just in Europe but across the whole globe.
Restaurants, houses and work spaces in this part of London are mostly high-end and luxurious so it’s no wonder that Nordic design is its first choice.
The biggest question is why did Scandinavian style become a synonym for every modern home?
The answer is simplicity.
Effortless is now a norm when it comes to beauty standards. Nordic design has simplistic shapes that are non-try hard but still retain that sense of class in their shapes.
Good news is that this interior style is now more affordable than ever and it can be implemented in any modern space or home.