Granger and Co.
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This is one of the favourites and not just because it's an Australian's restaurant. Great, coffee and breaky - classics are the ricotta pancakes or the fritters. They also serve lunch and dinner, good vibe always.
Self-taught Aussie chef Bill Granger’s original UK outpost of his eponymous restaurant chain is still the best. Be prepared to queue if you’re visiting at peak weekend brunch time – people flock here for his menu of healthy salads, rice bowls and a handful of more decadent dishes too, including…
The trendy brunch place of Nottinghill with fabulous Australian chef Bill Granger St the helm ... make sure to get there early or be ready to queue for a bit !
Very trendy brunch spot with a glamorous crowd (queue at weekends so I recommend mid week) healthy food. Rated New York Times best scrambled eggs in the world.
“Star chef Yotam Ottolenghi’s deli and restaurant emporium may now stretch across London – but it was here in Notting Hill that it all began. His original outpost has been open for almost 17 years, and the tiny site’s calming all-white interiors are decorated with a long counter groaning under a visual feast of colourful salads, pastries, cakes and huge oversized meringues. The menu changes regularly but remains resolutely Middle Eastern, featuring veggie-led dishes including roasted aubergine with feta, pomegranate and mint and za’atar fritters with rose-harissa yoghurt. There’s a tiny seating area at the back, but everything’s available for home delivery or to take away.”
“Pan-Asian with cocktail bar for brunch. Tempura, dim sum and sushi. Very trendy. Must book”
“Daylesford’s original outpost is in the Cotswolds, of course – but this urban version has the same fiercely strong farm to fork ethos focusing on organic, seasonal and delicious food. Upstairs, an open kitchen serves all-day menus of squash and courgette tarts, bee pollen and kale salads and a vegan bolognese, while the deli and bakery downstairs sell heaps of treats to take home including freshly baked loaves and artisan cheeses from the creamery at the Cotswolds farm. It’s usually filled with yummy mummies, catching up over a matcha latte at one of the stripped-wood communal tables.”
“This isn’t just one of the best spots in Notting Hill, it’s one of the best restaurants in London too. Australian chef Brett Graham was just 26 when he opened the Ledbury back in 2005, and since then he’s won and continuously held onto two Michelin stars. The resolutely British eight-course tasting menu reads like a paean to the English countryside: clay-baked white beetroot, Herdwick lamb with purple aubergine, aged pigeon with endives, lots of game and Graham’s signature brown-sugar and stem-ginger tart. This may be a proper starchy-white-tablecloth restaurant, but there’s a genuine buzz inside and staff are welcoming, guiding diners through the lengthy wine list. Come for a special-occasion supper – reservations open two months in advance, so book far ahead.”
“Retreat from the crowds and take in a matinée at the Electric Cinema, one of the country's oldest and most romantic movie houses. Sink into the depths of its luxurious leather armchairs and sofas with a glass of wine (there’s no need for popcorn, as substantial bar snacks are prepared in the adjoining Electric Diner).”