Eating Out in Notting Hill

There are countless places to eat in the area – some very affordable, some pretty exclusive, some famous for one reason or another – that I couldn’t possible name every single place. However, here’s is a little black book of restaurants & pubs in Notting Hill that have great reputation and I think are well worth checking out.
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Dock Kitchen Experimental kitchen always adapting the menu and trying new things depending on what is in season, what far flung place Steve (chef)  has visited, or what new ingredient they have come across abroad or at home. Dishes are collected, adapted, and recreated. A fixed, shared meal alongside regular a la carte. They like to be spontaneous and react to what our carefully chosen suppliers are able to give us.

Dock Kitchen Tom Dixon is the man behind the Dock Kitchen, celebrating it's Birthday and continuing to witness roaring trade www.

Wholesome, creative, colourful dishes inspired by tapas/mezze culture executed with French gastronomic flair. Chef Rabah Ourad has Michelin-starred experience, he was also a trailblazer of North African Hip-Hop.  16 All Saints Road, London W11 1HH  wormwoodrestaurant.com

Wholesome, creative, colourful dishes inspired by tapas/mezze culture executed with French gastronomic flair. Chef Rabah Ourad has Michelin-starred experience, he was also a trailblazer of North African Hip-Hop. 16 All Saints Road, London W11 1HH wormwoodrestaurant.com

Chucs. Sophisticated interiors and quiet elegance on Westbourne Grove.  Chic and smart. Think Harry's Bar Venice. Has a lovely outdoor garden.  https://www.chucs.com/dine-at-chucs

Ultimate London City Guide: Chucs on Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill. My friend Charles Finch is a genius at everything he touches. Chucs has the most delicious food and is the best place for a girls night out.

Egg Break - Notting Hill Gate. The Soho House team have taken over a sorry old Thai joint and turned it into an all-day-breakfast dreamboat. Two floors of eggcellence.

Egg Break (The Londoner)

pork belly with fried egg, rocket and siriacha mayo. all stuffed into a delicious brioche bun!

Best coffee in Notting Hill hands down. The Grocer on Elgin is not just a grocer, but a SUPER deli offering delicious easy to prepare (by easy I mean warming  up) hand made meals. They use fresh, seasonal ingredients sourced from small artisan producers and quality suppliers.   High on my list to travellers looking for delicious food they can enjoy at home with the minimal of fuss and hassle. Also a great spot for a quick delicious lunch. Artisanal breads,  cakes, pastries.

The Grocer on Elgin, situated the heart of Notting Hill, offers delicious easy to prepare hand made meals for you to enjoy at home

Pizza East. More  LA than Lazio, not fancy-schmancy, but dependent on accurate cooking and decent produce. The menu fizzes with so-now ingredients: soppressata, Boschetto al Tartufo, cima di rapa. Everything is good. But the pizzas…  Plump, airy and pleasingly chewy, thicker – in the LA way – than the Neapolitan thin crust, with a tang of sourdough and the crunch of semolina....

Pizza East. More LA than Lazio, not fancy-schmancy, but dependent on accurate cooking and decent produce. The menu fizzes with so-now ingredients: soppressata, Boschetto al Tartufo, cima di rapa. Everything is good. But the pizzas… Plump, airy and pleasingly chewy, thicker – in the LA way – than the Neapolitan thin crust, with a tang of sourdough and the crunch of semolina....

Pizza East. From Soho House Group! The ground floor consists of an open kitchen and dining area in a really cool decor, think of exposed bricks, stripped-back wood and reclaimed furniture.  The food is lovely and affordable and family friendly.  Pre Book. 310 Portobello Road, Notting Hill | Tube: Ladbroke Grove |££ |

Just off Portobello Road Pizza East is a split level Italian restaurant, serving rustic pizza, antipasti and cocktails.

The perfect French little bistro. Small, cozy, good location, delicious food and great wine list. You’ll be served by French, eat French and feel French. Does not come cheap, dishes are small and to share. Most wines here, you won’t be able to find in the shops in London.This makes it all more charming.  69 Westbourne Park road, London W2 5QH | +44203 602 8890 | Twitter: @cepagesWPR | Tube; Royal Oak or Ladbroke Grove | Map

Welcome to Cepages Wine Bistro in the heart of Notting Hill, London.

This place embodies all that’s best about Scandinavian design: simple and functional, but every detail designed or chosen with aesthetic pleasure in mind. But it's not just a pretty face. The owners have clearly taken great pains to make their food as good as it can possibly be. While Denmark’s famous open-faced sandwiches (smørrebrød) are simple in concept, Steytler raises them to great heights through superb ingredients, masterly cooking skills and attention to detail.

Discover Snaps + Rye: contemporary Danish Restaurant on Golborne Road in London.

An Austrian coffee house and kitchen addition to the revamp and  burgeoning culinary scene on Golborne Road.  Serving  up some delicious Weiner sausages and great coffee.  It wasn’t so long ago that Golborne Road was famous for its second-hand furniture shops and stalls, Lisboa’s Portuguese pastries and, well, that was about it. This has now changed and Golborne Road is now the place to go when heading out for a meal.

Kipferl is London's foremost group of Austrian coffeehouses and restaurants.

Another great coffee bar at the top northern end of Portobello Road. Light lunches and great breakfasts.

Another great coffee bar at the top northern end of Portobello Road. Light lunches and great breakfasts.

Almost opposite Snaps and Rye,  you’ll find John Doe, run by 4 guys who share a  passion for sustainably sourced and wild British ingredients seeking to serve traditional dishes in a contemporary and accessible way.  Also uniquely gas free using ovens, grills and smoking units fuelled by sustainable English charcoal and wood from renewable forests.  Artisanal beer is given the same careful treatment.

Almost opposite Snaps and Rye, you’ll find John Doe, run by 4 guys who share a passion for sustainably sourced and wild British ingredients seeking to serve traditional dishes in a contemporary and accessible way. Also uniquely gas free using ovens, grills and smoking units fuelled by sustainable English charcoal and wood from renewable forests. Artisanal beer is given the same careful treatment.

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