Both Ella and I have eaten in so many great places in Notting Hill, and we have realised that there is so much variety there, so we thought we would share some of the best places that we’ve been to with you. So here is our list of great restaurants in Notting Hill:
Eggbreak: 30 Uxbridge St, Notting Hill W8 7TA
This is a great little restaurant for all egg-lovers hidden just off Notting Hill Gate in one of the little side streets. It has the most amazing avocado on toast with poached egg, chorizo, and sourdough, so if you do get the chance to go, I would highly recommend that. We also had the chance to taste the smoked salmon on toast, which was also delicious. Eggbreak is open from 8am-10pm 7 days a week. It is a lovely, casual place with a great atmosphere and good service
VQ Diner: 24 Pembridge Rd, London W11 3HL
This is a wonderful diner in a lovely location (just off Notting Hill Gate) with delicious food. Emma and I both had nutella Buttermilk Pancakes which were really tasty! The service is excellent – the food came quickly and our waiter was very friendly. The atmosphere was very chilled and casual with the typical diner feel. The opening and closing times vary so check online before you go and there is a copy of the menu online as well with a huge range of choice. We hope you enjoy it if you do get the chance to go there sometime soon.
Farm Girl Cafe: UK, 59A Portobello Rd, London W11 3DB
The farm girl cafe is a health-conscious restaurant which offers delicious foods such as the Acai Bowl, which has acai berries, coconut shavings, goji berries and chia seeds (This is what I had). They also have a variety of great juices and healthy teas, such as the liquid gold cup or the matcha tea. The price range for the food is roughly between £7-8, which is not too expensive for a healthy restaurant. It is open from 8;30-4pm most days except the weekend, so if you are planning on going be sure to check the website.
Granger & Co: 175 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London W11 2SB