It’s a touching tribute to the People’s Princess, and it’s a tantalising tribute to your tastebuds. This elegant, tasteful Notting Hill cafe was supposedly a regular haunt of Lady Di, and with its chic decor, prime Wellington Terrace location and delicious menu you can understand why. The spread stretches from a hearty English breakfast (or dainty Danish) to meaty kofta kebabs, with everything from fruit sponge cake, healthy salads, a huge range of sandwiches, falafel and fish & chips in between. Whether for a pot of tea and cake, a quick lunch or a hearty meal, Cafe Diana fits the bill. Just bear in mind that Cafe Diana draws constant crowds from all over London with their unique calling card, so you’ll need to reserve a table before you go to avoid waiting or missing out.
We went to cafe Diana for breakfast due to its link with the Princess, it lived up to previous reviews in that the staff were very friendly and accommodating, the cafe was lined with photographs of Diana some with the staff, if that's what you want it was great, if you want a good breakfast then you'll be disappointed, the bacon, sausage and mushrooms had been done all together in a deep fat fryer, only the beens and egg escaped that deep fat Fryer feel. Overall it was in a good location nearby Kennsington Palace and did exactly would it said it would, good food would have been a bonus.
Over there has dry well made coffee ~ Nice baked beans, nice service~ In good memorial of Princess Diana, worthy trying for a relax morning English breakfast