Search results
13 item(s)

Roll Baby, Portobello Road

The Blurb

Vietnamese-inspired rice rolls are being heralded in cities across the world as the new convenience food of the moment. Rice noodles, chopped raw vegetables and a choice of protein are rolled in a rice paper wrap and then … Read more →

Restaurants | Comments Off on Roll Baby, Portobello Road

Cha Cha X Sister Jane

The Blurb

Fine dining meets fashion in the latest concept from vintage fashion designer, Sister Jane and Latin American restaurant, Cha Cha. Perched on the corner of Golborne Road, in West London’s opulent Notting Hill, the restaurant is open throughout … Read more →

Restaurants | Comments Off on Cha Cha X Sister Jane

108 The Garage

Open Tues to Sat 12pm-10pm, Sun 12pm-3pm

There is a very common misconception that, when being scored out of 5, 3 is a bad score. This is incorrect. If 5 is the very best and 1 is the very worst* … Read more →

Restaurants | , Comments Off on 108 The Garage

Portobello House

Sunday lunch served all day Saturday and Sunday

The blurb

‘Portobello House Hotel is situated in Notting Hill near the famous Portobello Road Market with all its colourful buzz and artistic counter culture. Our guests can enjoy the choice of … Read more →

Restaurants | , Comments Off on Portobello House
'Tania Steytler uses the freshest ingredients for her take on Denmark’s famous open-faced sandwiches'

Snaps + Rye

Open Tue–Sat 8am–6pm; Sun 10am–6pm; Fridays for FishFriday* 6.30pm–9pm

Located on the doorstep of north Notting Hill’s bustling weekend street market, London’s only Danish café is a perfect fit for the charming, cosmopolitan area. Owners Jacqueline and Kell Skött, of … Read more →

Restaurants | Comments Off on Snaps + Rye
West Thirty Six 'is a looker alright'

West Thirty Six

Open daily 11am–1am

Arguably, the arrival of West Thirty Six on the wrong end of Golborne Road reveals how gentrified (that dreaded g-word) the area has become, but I have to admit I welcomed its arrival (who doesn’t like pretty … Read more →

Restaurants | , , , Comments Off on West Thirty Six
'Is there appetite for another burger joint?'

Boom Burger

Open Tue–Sat midday–11pm; Sun midday–6pm

London’s gone bloomin’ burger mental in the last couple of years. I blame Yianni Papoutsis, the king of the second wave of burgeristas. The first wave saw Gourmet Burger Kitchen change the landscape. They knew … Read more →

Restaurants | , Comments Off on Boom Burger
'Generous portions only go some way to compensating for these shortcomings.'

The Eagle

Open Mon–Thu midday–11pm, Fri–Sat midday–midnight, Sun midday–10.30pm

The style & the crowd:

Before its recent makeover, I used to go in The Eagle now and then, thinking of it as a drinker’s pub. If I wanted to have a posh … Read more →

Bars & Pubs | Comments Off on The Eagle
'A good spot for replenishment then, and all the better for the absence of Mick’s expletives'

Portobello House

Open daily 11am–midnight

The style & the crowd:

Once upon a time Portobello House used to be the Earl Percy, a pub for old blokes with sectioned-off snugs, between which were little doors that were only good for midgets. A … Read more →

Bars & Pubs | Comments Off on Portobello House
'If my grandmother had been Spanish, this is the fare she would have cooked'


Open Tue–Sat midday–3pm and 7pm–11.30pm; Sun midday–3pm and 7pm–10pm

I’m not one of those people who sits around wondering where we should eat out. In fact, to let you into a secret, there is a pile of mouth-watering magazine clippings … Read more →

Restaurants | Comments Off on Galicia