By now we are regular guest here everything is so good! and also the service is amazing! we will be back again for sure!
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Once a very good flea market! Now still has some shops and interesting antique and old items. Has very good vintage cuff links store. One must walk from the start to the end of Portobello road to find interesting items. It's good to visit after...More
To be honest, I was served what was probably one of the best cooked fish and chips that I have ever head. Perfectly cooked and quite delicious. The problem was that I asked for some ketchup to go with it. No Heinz (not a problem),...More
The large Parma Ham, Parmesan and cherry tomato pizza which cost £29 had six or seven tomatoes on, and the worst Parma ham I have ever tasted - 80% fat. The topping barely covered 70% of the spongy bread base. Dreadful and a total rip...More
Great location in Nottinghill, still not in the middle of Portobello market crowds or the notting hill chi chi set. Stumbled across it while walking the area and were lucky to get the last table outside. Good ambiance, decoration and food are really good. Lovely...More
We had lunch at the Portobello last week and thought the pizza was good. They also sent out a vegetable platter complements of the chef which was a nice touch. It has a lovely covered patio; a cozy spot to relax if you are exploring...More
Unsurprisingly crammed full on a Saturday lunch, they squeeze everyone in like sardines. The food is quite good, but it's well overpriced. 2 pizzas, some bread, and 2 soft drinks for £42 or so. Not great value, even if it is organic.
Strange place this - great location, nicely done up, really nice Italian food, owner/manager is charming, but let down badly by some of the other staff who can be inattentive, slow to acknowledge your arrival (or existence) and just not very friendly
Great location in Nottinghill, still not in the middle of Portobello market crowds. Tale of two stories: ambiance, decoration and food are really nice. Service though is too touristy. They tell you first that there is no room inside (cold day...) but then let people...More