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The Ladbroke Arms, Notting Hill

Probably the best gastro-pub in the area though it's really a nice restaurant with pub attached. They take their food very seriously here so lunch is 12 until 3 only and locals get there early to bag a table. When my wife and I went we thought it very good, a varied menu, professional service and a cracking wine list (the rioja is top draw). The food was very tasty though I felt the portions a little bit mean especially the veg however that might have been me being greedy. The deserts were superlative. All in all a really good find, on a quiet road away from the pandemonium of Notting Hill on a Saturday.

They also saved us from hunger after we made the mistake of eating sunday lunch at the Windsor castle on Campden Hill rd. We were turned up at Ladbroke hungry after 3 but they still managed to rustle up a plate of cheese to have with our bottle of rioja. afternoon saved. It's well worth a visit.

 

Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Overall rating
Food 8 | Service 8 | Atmosphere 8 | Value for money 7

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