Eggslut are VERY popular in various West Coast of the US incarnations and now they're opening in London on Portobello Road. Expect a variety of eggs in buns all day long.
Notting Hill's food credentials are boosted by a restaurant and bar team that comes via the River Cafe and Soho House to take over this old pub. They'll be serving up sharing plates, cooked over fire or in a wood-burning oven.
Imagine landing a fabulous house share in Notting Hill. That's the premise of this new pop-up turned permanent bar and restaurant on All Saints Road..
Jackson Boxer (St Leonards) comes to Notting Hill for his next restaurant, a seafood spot influenced by The Hebrides. We head west for a look.
If you're looking for somewhere to enjoy the best Italian produce in London then restaurateur Andrea Reitano is hoping his two newest restaurants in Notting Hill and Marylebone will entice you with their day boat fish from the Med and Neopolitan cheese.
Notting Hill restaurant from Jackson Boxer and Andrew Clarke
The duo behind Brunswick House and St Leonards are expanding to the west of the city with this new Scottish-inspired seafood restaurant in Notting Hill.
Now with two Michelin stars, Clare Smyth's Notting Hill restaurant is really hitting its stride. We went along to try the lunch menu.
Emily Roux and former Le Gavroche Head chef Diego Ferrari are the husband and wife team behind this Notting Hill restaurant. We head down to check it out.
Emily Roux is teaming up with her husband, Diego Ferrari - former Head Chef at Le Gavroche. They'll be running Caractère, a restaurant that's part French, part Italian in Notting Hill.
Over the past five years, Marianne Lumb's restaurant Marianne has been quietly doing great business in Notting Hill. As David Sexton said in the Standard soon after the opening - "If then your idea of a good time is not seeing and being seen and making a lot of noise, just being unobtrusively extremely well-served, Marianne is a complete treat."
But now things are changing for the restaurant as the chef is moving on.
An ex-Gaucho team are taking over the old American diner Shack on Westbourne Grove and taking it in a decidedly seaside direction with sustainable seafood served in buckets and on boards.
This is the latest from Martin Morales, the man behind Andina and Ceviche. It sees him bringing not only another Andina restaurant to Notting Hill but is bringing London's first Peruvian bakery to the area.
In the 80’s, Alex Giri opened West London’s Canal Brasserie. Now, 30 years later, she’s back with her son Oscar in tow to bring flexitarian food to Notting Hill’s Kensington Park Road, with a separate cocktail bar featuring sharing plates.
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