Notting Hill's best pubs
Updated: Oct 9, 2022
Located on the border of Zones 1-2 in West London, Notting Hill is well worth the trip away from the hustle and bustle of Soho, Waterloo, and the City. The full of colourful townhouses, antique shops and wonderful independent stores truly give you a taste of London Life.
Plus, the neighbourhood is blessed with some of the cutest pubs in Britain’s capital!
Sun in Splendour, 7 Portobello Rd, London W11 3DA
Located on the iconic Portobello Road, this pub is so vibrant, you can’t miss it! You’ll feel welcomed to enter and have a drink or two after meandering the nearby market.
Prince Albert, 11 Pembridge Rd, London W11 3HQ
At Two Passports, we always say go where the locals go, and the Prince Albert is just that! Head here for a great selection of beers and for the best atmosphere. Located right next to Notting Hill Gate tube station, it has fantastic food and a truly excellent traditional heated pub garden – perfect for a beer!
Earl of Lonsdale, Westbourne Grove, London W11 2QA
A classic, cosy tavern on the corner of Westbourne Grove. Situated directly between Ladbroke Grove (Circle and H&S) and Notting Hill Gate (Central, Circle, and District) tube stations, the Earl is the perfect spot for a glass of wine.
The Elgin, 96 Ladbroke Grove, London W11 1PY
Located on Ladbroke Grove itself, by the tube station, the Elgin is a class British gastropub in a renovated Victorian setting - full of dark woods and history. The stained-glass surroundings make it perfect for a tumbler of gin – or relax out the front and watch the trendy, up-market residents go about their day.
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