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Restaurants in Notting Hill

Notting Hill restaurants – Cutting-edge and Laid-back. Notting Hill is a bubbling pot of art, theatre, culture and food. It is one of the most visited areas of London, as millions of people come every year to get a taste of the eclectic atmosphere. In addition to myriad theatres, galleries, shops, and of course the world-famous Portobello Road Market, there are an equally impressive array of restaurants in Notting Hill that will delight your senses. The focus in Notting Hill is on quality and on variety; this is one of the most vibrant areas of the city and it has the food to match. If you’re into gourmet organic, fun fusion and adventurous international dining, restaurants in Notting Hill have what you’re looking for. Cutting-edge cuisine with a laid back vibe.

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NAMA

NAMA

Notting Hill
Gourmet££££
5.2/6401
NAMA
Côte Notting Hill

Côte Notting Hill

Notting Hill
French££££
5.0/6169
Côte Notting Hill
The Kensington Wine Rooms

The Kensington Wine Rooms

Notting Hill
Bar££££
4.7/6149
The Kensington Wine Rooms
The Tiroler Hut

The Tiroler Hut

Notting Hill
European££££
5.2/676
The Tiroler Hut
La Plaza Spanish Tapas Bar

La Plaza Spanish Tapas Bar

Notting Hill
Spanish££££
5.6/67
La Plaza Spanish Tapas Bar
Arancina - Notting Hill

Arancina - Notting Hill

Notting Hill
Italian
4.5/621
Arancina - Notting Hill
La Bodega Restaurant

La Bodega Restaurant

Notting Hill
Spanish££££
4.5/618
La Bodega Restaurant
The Italian Job - Notting Hill

The Italian Job - Notting Hill

Notting Hill
Italian££££
6.0/61
The Italian Job - Notting Hill
The Market Thai

The Market Thai

Notting Hill
Thai££££
4.3/610
The Market Thai
Cottons - Notting Hill

Cottons - Notting Hill

Notting Hill
Caribbean££££
3.4/614
Cottons - Notting Hill
Poggi's Trattoria

Poggi's Trattoria

Notting Hill
Italian££££
3.0/61
Poggi's Trattoria
Teca Del Duca

Teca Del Duca

Notting Hill
Italian££££
Teca Del Duca
The Champion

The Champion

Notting Hill
European££££
The Champion
Cafe Diana

Cafe Diana

Notting Hill
Caf飣££
4.7/63
Cafe Diana
Anar Persian Kitchen

Anar Persian Kitchen

Notting Hill
Middle Eastern££££
Anar Persian Kitchen
Billy's Steakhouse

Billy's Steakhouse

Notting Hill
Steakhouse££££
Billy's Steakhouse

Goode & Wright

Notting Hill
European££££
3.4/622
Goode & Wright

The Red Lemon Pub

Notting Hill
Bar££££
4.9/68
The Red Lemon Pub

Numero 28

Notting Hill
Italian££££
5.0/61
Numero 28

The Portobello Organic Kitchen

Notting Hill
Organic££££
4.0/61
The Portobello Organic Kitchen
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    Best restaurants in Notting Hill – Get your quirk on

    If you’re looking for something a little out of the ordinary, there are a few Notting Hill restaurants that will push your boundaries with cool, eclectic atmospheres and hip menus. Sip funky cocktails in a 1960s California bachelor pad, nibble some swordfish with mango in a French Chateau-style boho-rococo ballroom, or glam it up like a celebrity in a Moroccan-style party room. Running east to west through Notting Hill and crossing Portobello Road, Westbourne Grove is a sampler of seemingly every imaginable type of food from around the world. From Malaysian to Greek to Afro-Portuguese, and with Italian gelato, French pastries or Turkish sweets to finish it all up, these Notting Hill restaurants bring the world to your taste buds.
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    Where to eat in Notting Hill – A cultural date

    Notting Hill is teeming with cultural hotspots, such as independent theatres, hot galleries and innovative, ambitious restaurants. Treat a date to an impressive evening of cutting-edge culture, bookended with exciting dinner and desserts at some of the many adventurous places to eat in Notting Hill. Due to the many eateries that feature seasonal, organic ingredients and hearty menus, Notting Hill is a great place to go for brunch or breakfast. English-influenced cafes and diner-style restaurants in Notting Hill are where to go when you feel like something substantial to start off a day of browsing through the shops. Organic sausage, seasonal produce, and artisanal house-baked bread are just some of the items to look forward to from weekend brunching in Notting Hill.
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    Restaurants in Notting Hill – Portobello Road Market

    Unmistakably one of the most famous markets in London and a top destination for visitors from all over the world, Portobello Road Market is a feast for the eyes, ears and nose. With a plethora of eclectic Notting Hill restaurants both in and around the market, you will never have to stray too far from the action. Pop down a side street to sample some experimental French food, or a grass-fed beef burger with locally-sourced organic greens, or some jerk chicken with chili-vinegar slaw. Still can’t decide on which Notting Hill restaurants are right for you? Simply use Quandoo’s online search platform and find what you’re looking for. Collect loyalty points and receive vouchers to use at your favourite places to eat in Notting Hill!