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Sunday lunch served all day Saturday and Sunday
‘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 →
WLG is on holiday. Her friend Portobello Girl tells us about the cat-loving man-spinster.
PG had popped along to The Westbourne with her flatmate Natalia, and blonde ethereal Becca. As it is just at the end of her road, she … Read more →
WLG is on holiday. Her friend Portobello Girl steps in to tell us about her exploits up North.
Portobello Girl is at a loose end. Having brought her current squeeze up to her Cumbrian retreat, ostensibly to work, she’s wishing … Read more →
Tucked just off Portobello Road, on the site of the old 10500 salon, lies Samantha Cusick’s eponymous gem. Vast swathes of Carrera marble, Tom Dixon lights, and jungle leaf accent walls create an interior almost as beautiful as the hair … Read more →
Boom Burger, the uniquely Jamaican-influenced burger company has secured its first permanent restaurant site. The new home at 272 Portobello Road is ideally situated on this iconic street to cater for west Londoners, tourists and London’s growing burger fan base. … Read more →
The beloved and esteemed Leiths cookery school is returning to its Portobello roots with a brand new pop-up kitchen.
Leiths first opened in the Notting Hill area 38 years ago. The main school in W12 trains future gourmet chefs, but … Read more →
What makes silver and silver plated items so special?
Throughout civilisation silver has been coveted and valued as a precious metal. Its malleable nature lends itself to be fashioned into both functional and ornamental pieces that can be handed down … Read more →
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 →
Cancer survivor Suzy Brilliant Jack (pictured) celebrated a new era for Cancer Research UK by opening the charity’s first new high street shop in 10 years.
Suzy, who was successfully treated for breast cancer, officially opened the shop at 183 … Read more →