Westbourne Grove Bars
Westbourne Grove bars are often well-presented and inviting establishments for the affluent, trend-setting Londoner. Should you find yourself walking the tree-
lined Victorian streets of this delightful village, we recommend the following Westbourne Grove bars for drinking, talking, people-watching or - if it's the last
weekend of August - the Notting Hill Carnival.
Rubens at The Palace Hotel, 39 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0PS
(020) 7834 6600
Located inside the luxurious Rubens at the Palace Hotel, guests can choose from a great selection of modern English cuisine at The English Grill. Offering a combination of classic trolley service and a la carte dishes, guests can watch the chefs prepare English classics including succulent grills, roasts and delicious homemade pies in the open kitchen. The dining experience is accompanied by an extensive wine list including a fine selection from Bouchard Finlayson.
- Dine like royalty in regal surroundings
- Opulently designed with a rich royal theme
- With polished silver, beautiful chandeliers
- And tailcoat waiters offering traditional service
- Using the finest English produce and suppliers
More Westbourne Grove Bars
The unimposing and unpretentious Cow on Westbourne Park Road offers beautifully made gastro pub comfort food.
90 Westbourne Park Road, Bourne Green, London, W2 5QH
(020) 7221 5400
The Metropolitan is an upbeat pub located next to Westbourne Park tube. Regular DJs, pub grub, an upstairs dining area and beer garden make it a popular option in the area.
60 Great Western Road, Notting Hill, London, W11 1AB
(020) 7229 9254
The Prince Bonaparte on the Grove is a legendary Notting Hill drinking den that first came to fame in the mid-90s thanks to its celebrity hangout status. Dannii Minogue went there too.
80 Chepstow Road, Westbourne Grove, London, W2 5BE
(020) 7313 9491