Traditional and elegant, the renamed KPH (Kensington Park Hotel) is a historic public house sat between Portobello Market and Notting Hill with charming Victorian details and a number of features that remain untouched since its original inception. The same venue that featured Sir Tom Jones at the beginning of his career, it's also been the home of the Grove Theatre group since 1990.
Only 50 yards from Ladbroke Grove tube station, it is easily accessible and is spread out on over three floors. Open all week, they serve authentic American diner food, from hamburgers to chicken wings and add a twist to certain classics such as their must try KPH 'posh dog'. Also expect a great variety of drinks, everything from lagers, to cocktails and an array of specialty teas and coffees are on offer.
If that's not enough, the KPH host a number of live acts, from residential to guest DJs every week and live jazz and soul performances to keep you thoroughly entertained. Also featuring a retro games room and a cinema, there's truly an experience for everyone.
- Lounge Bar , Party Bar , Restaurant Bar
- After work drinks , Chatting and Drinking , Eating and Drinking
- Notting Hill, Kensington
- Live Music
- Happily Affordable ££
- Disabled Toilets
- No Door Charge
- 18 and over after 7pm.
- Live Music
- Street Side Tables
- No queues normally
The KPH, 139, Ladbroke Grove, W10 6HJ
Ladbroke Grove (Tube)
|Dining Room||Private Room||50||60||-||£1,000||£2,000|
You can exclusively hire the Dining Room for tables of 30+
This space is perfect for large parties