Westbourne Grove is a dynamic and exciting shopping area is at the heart of Notting Hill and just two minutes from Portobello Road. Shops include fashion boutiques, children's wear, luxury gifts, sensational food shops and dining, luxury brand flagship stores & art galleries.
Superstar chef Ottolenghi's first outpost was here on Ledbury. Prepared dishes & pastries do not even begin to cover the experience of eating here. Known for his completely original fusion of Middle Eastern & classic Mediteranean influences that took London literally by a storm, his fame has now spread worldwide with the diffusion of his three cookery books - de rigeur on every home chef's discerning shelf: Ottolenghi, Plenty and most recently Plenty More.
Located at the Turquoise Island, a phenomanal success story is the flower stand, Wild at Heart, renowned for supplying spectacular flowers to private clients, the fashion industry, boutique hotels and the media.
Inside Themes and Variations on Westbourne Grove. Since opening in 1984 in the Notting Hill area of London, Themes & Variations has been recognized as a leading specialist in post-war and contemporary design. The gallery exhibits the work of a wide range of designers, with particular focus on Scandinavian and Italian decorative arts and furniture. In addition, the gallery regularly promotes contemporary works by Tom Dixon, Christian Astuguevieille, Mark Brazier-Jones, and Atelier Fornasetti.