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7 expert recommendations
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.
It's easy to miss the entrance to Assaggi, above a pub in a Georgian terrace. Once upstairs, you're seduced by the airy, simply decorated room with just a dozen tables. Full review →
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. Full review →
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. Full review →
Assaggi has always been about simplicity, from the pared-down surroundings of this room above a pub to the handwritten bill at the end.
Assaggi has never been a cheap restaurant, but we still think it’s a compelling destination. Full review →
“Irrespective of what you choose” at this “casual” Notting Hill Italian, “it will be cooked beautifully” and “worth every penny”. Full review →