Best Notting Hill Pubs
Notting Hill has a tonne of great pubs to enjoy from classic boozers down to foodie haunts. It's one of those locations in London where you imagine every day to be a Sunday and families just lounge around in gastro pubs, tucking into some great food and then maybe staying on at the restaurant bar. Check out our recommendations for the best pubs in Notting Hill.
Last updated on 2nd February 2017
The Mall Tavern is known around Notting Hill for serving hearty, seasonal British classic dishes and their giant selection of beers on tap. With 28 taps from London’s best brewers and across the world, the biggest beer snob will find something they enjoy, and the modern-yet-cosy interior will please everyone from seasoned pub-goers to modern gastro-lovers.
With such a cool proximity to Portobello Road, it's no wonder that the Duke of Wellington is one of the most favoured pubs in Notting Hill. Not only can you snag favourites such as beer battered fish and chips over dinner, there's a roster of ales and draught pints not to be missed.
Just a stone's throw from the heart of Notting Hill, The Porchester is a top notch option for pints in the area. A Young's pub known for their British plates and their London beer, The Porchester is the perfect alternative for casual drinks in west London.
A gem of a Notting Hill pub, The Union Tavern has a beautiful canal-side garden where you can watch the boats go by on Regents Canal on a sunny day. At this beautiful Notting Hill pub they sell delicious, unique dishes and a brilliant range of craft beers and there are plenty of interesting events including beer discussions and a Wednesday’s pub quiz with an irresistible £5 burger deal. Don’t miss out on this top Notting Hill pub, book online.
Dating back over 150 years, the Mitre Lancaster Gate remain one of the oldest pubs in Notting Hill. Elegantly decorated and immediately immersing guests into a wonderful world of quaint knick-knacks and characterful antiques, the pub has done well to hold onto many of its original Victorian features.
Make like the buzzy, arty Notting Hill crowd and saunter down to the eccentrically cool Elgin. Boasting more than a few bold patterns, enormous mirrors and bountiful artworks, this a creatively friendly place indeed. And as a rather bohemian boozer, naturally live music is a major part of its character. Cider, ales, beers and Bloody Marys jostle for attention. It's all rather brilliant really.