London Restaurants - West London

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47 Hereford Rd, London W2 5AH

Ben Tish has been overhauling the food in Cubitt House pubs like The Coach Makers Arms in Marylebone but the Princess Royal is the first brand new pub in the group. WIth a Med-led menu focusing on seasonal fish and shellfish this gorgeous looking gastropub is worthy of a detour (not to mention it has a big garden and terrace).

2 Farmer Street, London W8 7SN

This Notting Hill restaurant is from a Middle East restaurateur who has created a whole new culinary category with its Baja-Nihon cuisine. Alongside tostadas, tiraditos and ceviche, there are 22 new takes on a taco. And yes, there is plenty of tequila or mezcal on hand (including a tasting flight) on the menu.

9 Blenheim Cres, Notting Hill, London W11 2EE

Hugely popular not only in its original West Village location, but also in Paris and Tokyo, Notting Hill is where hip New York bistro Buvette has landed in London. Like the original, it's part cafe, part wine bar and restaurant. As they say, it's for everything "from an early morning espresso, to an afternoon croque madame" and late night cocktails.

98 Westbourne Grove, London W2 5RU

Sunday in Brooklyn has been a big hit in New York - now they're one of a few NYC restaurants making a home in Notting Hill. Their hazelnut and brown butter pancakes are the main attraction (you'll want a whole stack) and the all-week-long brunch is a big deal too. The corner location means that it's a bright and airy place to have a US-style brunch.

185 Portobello Rd, London W11 2ED

This is the original London venue for the LA import. The unconventional name gives a hint at what to expect - lots of eggs, mainly in buns. There's the option of scrambled or fried eggs in their brioche buns as well as a coddled egg if you want to veer away from the carbs. The counter is the place to be here (although it's also very handy for takeaway).

157 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RS

Having already opened his fabulously-reviewed Endo at the Rotunda, sushi master Endo went one further, opening this new sushi bar in Notting Hill, which went down extremely well with West London folk. Easily one of the best sushi spots in town.

240 Portobello Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 1LL

Notting Hill's Ukai is very much in the fusion mould - mainly Japanese, but taking in Mediterranean and South American infuences. The robata grill is put to good use - and look out for their snacks, aka "Japas".

89 Westbourne Park Rd, London W2 5QH

This Notting Hill pub is highly rated by locals, having been a success for over 25 years. The ethos is "Eat heartily and give the house a good name'" which has given London this lovely, modern gastropub, with a strong selection of oysters and shellfish. The seafood platters are a particular draw here - and even if you're just popping in for a drink, a plate of oysters is strongly recommended.

30 Uxbridge St, Kensington, London W8 7TA

This egg-focused, brunch-heavy restaurant comes from Ennismore (the same people behind the Hoxton hotels). There are all types of eggs - in burgers, omelettes, salads and even simple boiled eggs and soldiers if that's what you fancy.

5 Elgin Cres, Notting Hill, London W11 2JA

Natoora are already known for their excellent grocery stores, and this Notting Hill outpost also features an in-store cafe, the Natoora Counter. Open seven days a week for breakfast and lunch, each dish on the menu is fully traceable.

141-145 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London W11 2RS

Originally beginning life as Cool Chile Co stall on Portobello Road, the team moved inside to become Taqueria, serving up tacos, tostados, ceviches and all manner of Mexican treats. After many years, it still holds its own as serving some of London's best tacos.

7 Blenheim Cres, Notting Hill, London W11 2EE

This Tonkotsu is a small departure from the rest, as it features a counter-style ramen bar of the kind you'll find in Tokyo. But don't worry - if it's your favourite ramen dishes you're after, they're on the menu too.

6-8 All Saints Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 1HH

Imagine being friends with someone who enjoys all the benefits of a super house share in Notting Hill. That's the premise of this pop-up turned permanent bar and restaurant on All Saints Road.

104 Chepstow Rd, London W2 5QS

This is one of the smallest fine-dining restaurants in London, run by chef Richard Wilkins (ex-Petrus and Waterside Inn) fitting in just six tables for a maximum of 12 diners at any time. If you manage to grab one of those precious seats, you can expect a modern French menu.

18 Hillgate St, Kensington, London W8 7SR

An open charcoal grill is at the heart of this Greek bistro, from the people behind nearby Mazi. There's a focus on northern Greek cuisine and Thessaloniki in particular.

59A Portobello Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 3DB

If you know your chia seeds from your raw cacao nibs, this is one for you. Farm Girl, is a mecca for uber-health conscious Londoners, and this was their first outpost in London. Expect coconut BLTs, gluten-free doughnuts, smoothies and more.

31 Kensington Park Rd, London W11 2EU

Jackson Boxer (also of Brunswick House) took inspiration from the Scottish islands and highlands for this West London seafood restaurant which has become one of Notting Hill's best. Dishes range from fried prawns to whole day-boat fish and sharing dishes like the Belted Galloway Rib with Bearnaise.

209 Westbourne Park Road, London W11 1EA
Critic reviews - total score out of 10

Emily Roux is the latest member of the Roux family with a successful restaurant. She joined up with her husband, Diego Ferrari - former Head Chef at Le Gavroche - to run this restaurant that's part French, part Italian. The menu has a fine dining feel, but presented in a more laid-back setting, with courses split into sections like "curious", "robust" and "greedy" (which, yes, is the dessert section).

Core by Clare Smyth
92 Kensington Park Rd, London W11 2PN
Michelin star 3 Michelin stars

For years Clare Smyth was seen as the guiding light of Gordon Ramsay's flagship Hospital Road restaurant. Since going it alone with her own fine-dining spot in Notting Hill she's already notched up three Michelin stars as well as the top London slot in the Good Food Guide.

Six Portland Road
6 Portland Rd, London W11 4LA
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Six Portland Road comes from Oli Barker (who used to head up Terroirs alongside Ed Wilson). It's a small 40 seater restaurant with an ever-changing European-influenced menu, always with five choices for starters, main and dessert. The wine list is well worth a look, with a focused list of around 50 and primarily small growers.

Electric Diner
191 Portobello Road, London, W11 2ED

Soho House's Notting Hill outfit consists of an Electric House members club, a fancy Electric Cinema (London’s oldest cinema) and the Electric Diner. The Diner's all day menu features steaks, sandwiches, all-day breakfasts and plenty of comfort food.

122 Palace Gardens Terrace, London W8 4RT

This was the first restaurant to be opened by The Gladwin brothers, who are each a farmer, a chef and a restaurateur. Serving up British food, much of it from their own family farm, it's all about locally grown, sustainable produce.

12-14 Hillgate Street, London W8 7SR

With two of Greece's top chefs enlisted to create the menu Athinagoras Kostakos, executive head chef at Bill, Coo Mykonos and George Venieris, executive head chef at the roof garden restaurant at the Electra Palace Hotel in Athens, this modern Greek restaurant aims to "reinterpret old time classic recipes with a modern twist."

1st Floor, 39 Chepstow Place, Bayswater, London W2 4TS

This longstanding neighbourhood gem of an Italian has been packing Notting Hill's denizens into its light-filled dining room - above the ground floor pizzeria - for over 20 years. They source the best Italian ingredients possible for a classic Italian menu that's inspired by the chef's Sardinian childhood.

3 Hereford Road, Westbourne Grove, London W2 4AB

For seasonal British food done brilliantly you can't go wrong with Hereford Road where the former head chef of St. John Bread and Wine, Tom Pemberton, is in charge of the kitchen.

23-25 Lonsdale Rd, London NW6 6RA

Carmel sees the team behind Berber & Q head west to Queen's Park for a more traditional restaurant from what they've opened before. Expext the same great approach to Middle-Eastern cuisine and make sure to try the flatbreads.

301 Portobello Road, London W10 5TD

Fiend is from Chris Denney, previously of 108 Garage. Here's he's putting together a menu that's trying to be as eclectic as it can in what's described as a "vibrant bohemian restaurant, bar and lounge" that's "provocative, rebellious and inspired".

Sheldon Square, Paddington Central, London W2 6HY

The Cheese Bar team could simply have settled for serving cheese platters on a boat and Londoners would have lapped it up, but they've done so much more with this floating restaurant. The vessel itself - purpose-built- gives nearly everyone a water level view. As for the food, it really is all about cheese in many, many different forms - and that's a very good thing.

95 Portobello Road, London W11 2QB
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Notting Hill's food credentials are boosted by a restaurant and bar team that comes via the River Cafe and Soho House to take what was once a pub. They're serving up sharing plates, and food cooked over fire or in a wood-burning oven, all across four floors.

135 Petersham Rd, Richmond TW10 7AA
Michelin star 1 Michelin star

This family-run restaurant may technically be in London, but its buccolic charm and setting belies the urban address. Chef Kenneth Culhane and his team are all about providing a convivial experience with super food.

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