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Daylesford Organic

Cafés   0.05 miles from The Main House 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There’s much to like about Daylesford Organic’s field-to-fork ethos, providing Notting Hill with fresh, organic food direct from the farm — Time Out

Breakfasts consist of its own organic eggs, boiled, with toast soldiers. Bread is baked from its own flour, "milled for us by a local miller". — Independent

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202 Restaurant

  0.07 miles from The Main House 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It’s hard to imagine a prettier – or more typical – Notting Hill hangout than this elegant café in an expensive clothing boutique. — Time Out

Chic but understated, this boutique-come-bistro is a firm favourite of the ladies who lunch, with intriguing deli salads and Asian-tinged main courses. — Lonely Planet

"Food and fashion mix" at this Modern European set inside a "stylishly casual" Notting Hill "concept store" where "cool, funky locals" "shop, be seen" and have a "delicious" "quick" meal. — Zagat

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Beach Blanket Babylon

  0.13 miles from The Main House 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Maze of baroque nooks and crannies where celebs nibble discreetly. — Not For Tourists

With such a strong drinking culture in place, the kitchen feels like a poor second to the bar. Which doesn't make this a great place to eat. It does, however, make it a good place to drink. — Independent

Candle-lit vaulted basements, with fireplaces. Opulent, faux Versailles furnishings. The Chapel, Crypt, Gallery and Scullery are all interconnected by walkways, tunnels, bridges and stairways. — BlackBook

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The Distillery

  0.14 miles from The Main House 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A gin distillery provides the unique setting for this exclusive Notting Hill hotel. — Gayot

The former pub has been done out as a space for lovers of the spirit to come to taste, buy, make and learn about their favourite tipple, and even sleep off their ruinous hangovers upstairs. — Wallpaper

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The Grocer

Delis   0.14 miles from The Main House 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

We haven't reviewed this restaurant yet, take a look at the sister restaurant Grocer on King's. — Time Out

As well as gourmet groceries, you can lunch on salads, freshly baked pizza and filled ciabatta rolls. — Lonely Planet

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Electric Diner

Diners   0.15 miles from The Main House 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The old Electric Brasserie site is now home to this all-day no-reservations Franco-American diner with a punchy cocktail and beer list. — Zagat

The Electric Diner, the latest restaurant on this site from Soho House, has outclassed its previous incarnations with style and ease. — Time Out

Try marinated mozzarella and tomatoes, or sausage rolls with ketchup or go for the pea and mint soup, salads and main courses from pie of the day to steak and chips. — Gayot

Next to the iconic Electric Cinema is this loud, brash and fun all-day operation with an all-encompassing menu; the flavours are as big as the portions. — Michelin Guide

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The Ledbury

French   0.15 miles from The Main House 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The airy restaurant is redolent with discreet luxury, as is the menu, which features truffles and foie gras alongside humbler ingredients that are accorded equal respect. — The World's 50 Best Restaurants

Try a dinner of mackerel with smoked eel, mustard and shiso, or foie gras terrine with apples in sake, followed by sea bass with confit squid, buckwheat and nasturtium. — Gayot

Discreet as a footman, quiet as a nun and modest as a fieldmouse about its achievements, the Ledbury is the antithesis of the Gordon Ramsay/Heston Blumenthal breed of restaurant. — Independent

Australian-born Brett Graham has now earned two Michelin stars at this sophisticated neighborhood restaurant. — Frommer's

Two Michelin stars and swooningly elegant, Brett Graham’s artful French restaurant attracts well-heeled diners in jeans with designer jackets. — Lonely Planet

Books for Cooks

Vegan and Vegetarian   0.17 miles from The Main House 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's surprising that this place is so unique: a tiny cafe in a shop that only stocks food and wine books. — Gayot

Cute dining area within London’s top cookery bookshop. — Rough Guide

Books for Cooks is a cookbook shop that also runs a café at lunchtime — The Infatuation

Books for Cooks runs on a simple but very successful formula. — Time Out

Eat surrounded by over 10,000 "wonderful" recipe tomes at this "cosy" International cafe/test kitchen. — Zagat

Granger & Co

International   0.17 miles from The Main House 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The room is bright and open, prices are reasonable and the Asian accents lend many of the dishes an easy-to-eat quality. — Michelin Guide

The room is appealing and light-filled, the global menu inventive without being alarming, and the cooking assured. — Time Out

Bill Granger divides opinion. He is an Australian chef with a string of restaurants in Sydney and Japan, and has a media presence on TV and in the papers both there and here. You could be... — The Guardian

"Interesting, well-prepared", Australian-influenced International fare and a pervading "Notting Hill buzz" account for the "queues around the block" at this moderately priced all-day dining room. — Zagat

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Osteria Basilico

Italian   0.18 miles from The Main House 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Established in 1992, this place buzzes with a Notting Hill crowd. Friendly staff serve classic Italian home cooking and pizzas. Booking is recommended. — Insight Guides

Prime Minister David Cameron regularly brings his family here to dine, which gives you a sense of its bougie-chic vibe. — BlackBook

Quaint, buzzing and full of Italian rustic charm. A local hot spot. — Not For Tourists

Those who crave “hearty” Italian food (e.g. “generous” antipasti, “gigantic” calamari) enjoy this “reliably good”, moderately priced Notting Hill trattoria. — Zagat

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E&O

Thai   0.19 miles from The Main House 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Gywneth, Madonna, Stella, and a gazillion flashionistas and the Learjet set, give a well-manicured thumbs up to this long-standing Asian tapas supremo. — Fodor's

The well-thought out menu is brief, with just enough little touches to pique diners’ interest – black vinegar paired with crispy pork belly, barbecued beef bulgogi with coriander raita. — Time Out

This very popular (and deservedly so) pan-Asian-via-Sydney restaurant and bar in Notting Hill pulls in local Trustafarians and media types, as well as hip gastro-tourists come to see what all the fuss is about. — Concierge

"Creative" Pan-Asian dishes "delight the palate" at this "smooth" Notting Hill "scene" that's "buzzy all day". — Zagat

Still attracting the likes of Kate Moss and Richard Branson, E&O continues its star-studded path -- and it's easy to see why. — Frommer's

The Rum Kitchen

  0.21 miles from The Main House 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The beach-shack look, laid-back vibe and DJed reggae beat of this Caribbean duo in Notting Hill and Carnaby Street set the scene for no-frills West Indian dishes. — Zagat

Fun beach shack themed Jamaican joint. — Not For Tourists

A beach shack-style restaurant and cocktail bar is bringing the flavours of Caribbean food and drink back home to Notting Hill. — Evening Standard

The Jamaican breeze isn’t quite in your hair but the West Indian menu (jerk chicken, saltfish fritters, curried mutton) and reggae, Afro-funk and calypso soundtrack get you halfway there. — Lonely Planet

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Fabrique Bakery

  0.22 miles from The Main House 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Great Nordic bakery and cafe. — Not For Tourists

This Scandinavian-style bakery...keeps it simple but oh so on trend, serving spicy cinnamon buns, croissants, stone-oven- baked sourdough breads and Johan & Nyström coffee. — Rough Guide

More of a bakery than a café, there’s are only a handful of small tables to sit at. But, it’s a relaxing place to enjoy a brew from Swedish coffee roasters Johan & Nyström. — Time Out

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Wormwood Restaurant

  0.23 miles from The Main House 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Throw in North African dominated Mediterranean food with a creative edge and you have a restaurant doing something a little different. — Michelin Guide

A plate of cauliflower, both pickled and puréed, with smears of beetroot sauces, a hint of truffle and a flash of coconut goes the other way, bringing earthiness to a much-maligned vegetable. — The Guardian

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Saporitalia

Pizza   0.24 miles from The Main House 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Saporitalia’s dining room is dominated by a handsome clay oven, the sight of which is enough to get taste buds tingling — Time Out

The staff are friendly, and the food is great. Not earth-shattering necessarily, but all good and all at prices that are in keeping with Saporitalia’s local status. — The Infatuation

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Taqueria

Mexican   0.25 miles from The Main House 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is one of the liveliest restaurants in the area, and it serves some of the best tacos in town — The Infatuation

“If only it had more locations” sigh fans of this Notting Hill “Mexican food mecca” where the “sense-tingling” small plates are “great for sharing”. — Zagat

The food is equally unfussy: a dozen or so tacos (using corn tortillas made in-house daily), a handful of tostadas and a few monthly changing specials. — Time Out

Wash down these fresh mini-tacos with a good tequila. — Not For Tourists

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The Elgin

  0.33 miles from The Main House 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Enormous pub with a riot of original features as well as modish decorative touches and a stylish gastropub menu. Buzzy, with regular live music. — Rough Guide

The few patrons in place on a Thursday mid-afternoon were dawdling luxuriously in this big, airy neighbourhood hangout, and it was a treat to join them. — Time Out

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Goode & Wright

  0.33 miles from The Main House 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The food, prepared by Finlay Logan, is remarkable. Mr Logan is a Scot of precision and flair. He's a whizz with oysters. — Independent

After a lifetime of bad Parisian experiences, this is one I’d happily return to. — Evening Standard

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Assaggi

Italian   0.33 miles from The Main House 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

“Irrespective of what you choose” at this “casual” Notting Hill Italian, “it will be cooked beautifully” and “worth every penny”. — Zagat

Assaggi has always been about simplicity, from the pared-down surroundings of this room above a pub to the handwritten bill at the end. — Michelin Guide

Near to Notting Hill and Bayswater tube station is this small restaurant. The menu is in Italian, but you can guess most dishes and the waiters will explain the rest. — DK Eyewitness

Assaggi's room, above a pub, has an elegant simplicity about it, the floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over a leafy Notting Hill residential street. — Gayot

Your visit is guaranteed to be unforgettable, if only for the intimate atmosphere, the excellent service and – depending on how you're coping with the recession – the bill. — Independent

Aphrodite Taverna

  0.34 miles from The Main House 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Small and unpretentious, this little tavern tries hard and succeeds. — DK Eyewitness

The large menu features a substantial range of grills, steak and meaty stews. A generous helping of kléftiko saw the unctuous lamb slip pleasingly from the bone. — Time Out

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