Restaurants in Notting Hill

Notting Hill is a charming West London location. Full to brim with independent eateries, quirky little gastro pubs and attracting a stylish crowd, Notting Hill is overflowing with character - you stand a pretty good chance then, of stumbling upon one of the best restaurants in London. Whatever it is that you fancy, we have got it covered in our handy 'lil list of the top restaurants in Notting Hill; each with their own charm, and all boasting a unique menu of all sorts of tasty goodness from across the world.

Last updated on 25th March 2019

The Little Yellow Door

9 user reviews 5

50% off the food bill for up to six people and 2 other offers

The Little Yellow Door is the all-new home of The Flatmates, as they're returning to Notting Hill. Expect even more house parties, quirky supper clubs and boozy brunches from the kooky gang, who are sure to make you feel right at home. 

The Commander Porterhouse is not shy in its grandeur, but manages to retain a warm and welcoming atmosphere to consistently attract a cool and stylish West London crowd. This Notting Hill restaurant prides itself on its commitment to serving great homemade dishes throughout the day until late, creating delicious dishes using on the freshest, local produce.

Pizza East Portobello

1 user review 4

Spread across two tiers, Pizza East Portobello is one of the most popular, and undoubtedly one of the best restaurants in Notting Hill. Pizza East Portobello offers a cool, and relaxed atmosphere, attracting a stylish crowd on the hunt for good pizza, bespoke cocktails and all round good times. Look forward to 10 inch pizzas made from the exclusive house recipe, with a fresh tomato base and all sorts of tasty toppings.

Only part of the Electric House experience, Electric Diner is only one puzzle piece that makes the up whole. Members of Electric House can enjoy the drinking library, bar, restaurant, private cinema and smoking terrace, alongside other private areas that can be enjoyed. Electric Diner serves up a spectacular array of French and American dishes in a vintage style setting.

Crazy Homies

1 user review 2

Inspired by the street vendors and local Taquerias found throughout Mexico and Southern California, Crazy Homies serves up a cool selection of authentic recipes. Expect punchy, contrasting recipes and wholesome portions, alongside a selection of smokey and frozen Margaritas to keep thirst at bay. Boasting hip décor, a fun time party atmosphere and attracting a stylish West London Crowd, Crazy Homies is a cool alternative on the London bar and restaurant scene, and is a restaurant in Notting Hill that will guarantee a truly awesome night.