Ladbroke Grove Restaurants
Ladbroke Grove Restaurants are as diverse as the people who live here, from the intimidatingly hectic and neglected end of the street towards the more peaceful
end with flower baskets hanging from immaculate Victorian lamp posts. Our list covers every eventuality so if you find yourself at either end of this curious street, we've got Ladbroke Grove restaurants covered. We've also covered the Notting Hill Carnival given its occupation of the full length of this street in the last weekend of August.
7 Cavendish Parade, Clapham South, London, SW4 9DW
(020) 8772 0303
Gigalum is the ultimate in London venues. You can relax with a glass of wine outside with the warmth of the patio heaters to break the chill, or sit at the bar sipping a cocktail.
- Bespoke birthday party planning service
- No hire fee or minimum spend
- Complimentary bottle of bubbly for party bookings
- Fully heated and covered terrace
- DJ sets from Orbital, Faithless, Prodigy & Norman Jay
More Ladbroke Grove Restaurants
Essenza on Kensington Park Road, a minute's walk from Ladbroke Grove, include dishes from many regions of Italy, freshly prepared and beautifully presented.
210 Kensington Park Road, Notting Hill, London, W11 1NR
(020) 7792 1066
For an authentic taste of Thailand head to the Market Thai. Here you will find a menu packed full of taste bud tantilising dishes.
240 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London, W11 1LL
(020) 7460 8320
Santo is a restaurant serving authentic Mexican home cooking on Portobello Road, near Ladbroke Grove.
299 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London, W10 5TD
(020) 8968 4590