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London hotspots: Notting Hill

When deciding where to eat, drink and play in London, some insider knowledge can be super helpful. One area of London which is particularly popular is the trendy Notting Hill. While there are many well-known spots to try out in the area, we’ve gone a little off the beaten track to help you discover some hidden gems. Got any recommendations? Please let us know via Instagram or Facebook, as we’d love to know where your favourite places to visit in London are.

Made iconic by the movie of the same name, Notting Hill is located in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea, around 3 miles from the centre of London. Transport links are fantastic, with a Central line Underground station and many surrounding bus and train options. Notting Hill is one of the prettiest areas of London, with Victorian terraces and plenty of leafy greenery.

Notting Hill is renowned for having a huge selection of places to eat, drink and enjoy yourself. On top of the famous carnival and street market, there are an abundance of top-quality cafes, pubs, restaurants and independent shops to enjoy. Whether it’s a luxury meal or a cosy coffee, our guide to Notting Hill’s hotspots is here to help.


Where to eat in Notting Hill

108 Garage

This stunning Asian-fusion restaurant exists in the unlikeliest of settings – a disused former garage. The relaxed and bohemian vibe is elevated by the unusual and delicious dishes on offer. It’s somewhere both casual and eccentric, and always a treat thanks to the award-winning team of chefs. There is a range of menus to choose from, so whether it’s a light lunch or a multi-course dinner, there’s something for everyone.

 

The Eagle

For more traditional fare, look no further than this wonderful gastropub. Serving seasonal British cuisine alongside an enormous range of beers, this is pub dining at its finest. The Eagle offers a Bavarian twist on British classics, meaning this is more than your average pub grub. There is a large and ever-changing range of events on for you to check out, plus a private upstairs function room for hire.

 

Daylesford

This organic farm shop and café offers a relaxed vibe with natural décor, and a range of food straight from farm to fork. On top of the selection of tasty dishes, Daylesford functions as a butcher, baker, greengrocer and fishmonger. All the food is organic and freshly prepared, making it an ideal spot for a guilt-free indulgence. It offers a ton of dairy free, gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options, too. The lower ground floor doubles up as a cute crafts shop, which is ideal if you’re shopping for a gift.


Where to drink in Notting Hill

The Ladbroke Arms

One of the cornerstones of the Notting Hill area is this traditional, cosy-feeling pub. With an extensive range of beers on tap, plus an impressive wine list, it’s the perfect place to go for a relaxed and casual vibe. The beer garden is large and well-tended, too. The best part? It’s slightly tucked away from the busy streets of Notting Hill, giving it a more private feel.

 

Trailer Happiness

For something a little bit trendier, we recommend this Polynesian-themed cocktail bar. With a huge selection of rums, plus Caribbean-inspired bar snacks, this bar offers twists on the classics. The basement bar has a super-cool, intimate lounge feel with tons of fun décor. There’s also live music to enjoy.

 

Portobello Star

If you’re serious about your cocktails, the Portobello Star is the place for you. Serving a selective range of the highest quality spirits and mixers on offer, this is the place to go if you want to do your drinking right. A Notting Hill institution, this bar first opened in 1740, although its stripped-back, contemporary feel belies its ancient roots. It even offers cocktail making classes for those who want a taste of the bar in their own home.


Where to play in Notting Hill

The Tabernacle

This beautiful, grade-II listed building hosts a range of fabulous events. From arthouse cinema to beautiful exhibitions and rousing live music, you’re sure to find something you want to check out. There is bar and a kitchen, plus a selection of spaces available for hire, too.

 

The Electric Cinema

One of the oldest working cinemas in the UK, seeing a movie at the Electric Cinema is always a treat. The iconic neon décor, combined with the fact you can book out a bed to watch your film from, means it’s anything but a regular movie-going experience.

Ladbroke Square Garden

For an outdoor space so close to the centre of town, Ladbroke Square feels surprisingly peaceful and restorative. Enjoy a walk around in beautiful scenery or find a spot of sunshine during the summer. Notting Hill is bursting with beautiful green spaces, and this is one of the best.

Think you’d like to live in this trendy, bohemian neighbourhood? Why not check out the properties for sale in Notting Hill.

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