Finally, what we’ve all been waiting for. A Spandau Ballet themed restaurant. No, we’re just kidding, this huge three storey pub and dining room in Notting Hill might not have a Gary Kemp lookalike serving their seasonal small plates, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t excellent. Although you’re looking at bigger prices than your average pub situation, dishes like wood-roasted whole sea bream and chargrilled squid are worth the extra spend. The upstairs dining room is all exposed brick and linen banquette seating, but the downstairs area with its palm trees and glass ceiling is where you really want to be. Heads up, they’re open until 1am at the weekend.
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The Best Places To Eat In Notting Hill
Notting Hill has some excellent and affordable spots if you know where to look. Here’s our pick of the best restaurants in the neighbourhood.
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Taquería’s excellent tacos, strong margaritas, and fun vibes make it one of the best places in Notting Hill for a dinner with your mates.
The Tabernacle is the place for a hang in Notting Hill. Go here for a casual, simple meal.
Hereford Road looks modern, but the food is traditional British. And despite being in Notting Hill, it’s very reasonably priced.
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Kitchen Table is a swish counter-only restaurant in which you sit around an open kitchen of chefs cooking interesting, fine dining dishes.
Salon is a restaurant in Brixton Market. Downstairs is a wine bar and small plates situation, while upstairs they serve an eccentric tasting menu.
Mere functions on absolute precision. It might not leave much room for laughs, but the food at this Fitzrovia spot is worth getting organised for.
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