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The Portobello Organic Kitchen in Notting Hill offers a wide range of freshly prepared dishes within a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


11:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 22:00

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Portobello Organic Kitchen reviews

By Sarah M.

Is it possible to be this bad in central London? This was a Saturday lunchtime. First, we have 'sorry only one menu' between three of us. That was manageable but then we get:'sorry the only non-fizzy drink we have today is water. We've run out of all fruit juices.' We then order two Earl Grey teas. The order is taken but waitress returns to say: 'Sorry we don't have any more Earl Grey', so we have the ordinary tea. It arrives in a tiny pot which barely fills one cup - no tea for the second drinker! When this is pointed out, we are told:'Sorry, we've run out of tea pots but when someone else has finished, we can bring the other cup!' There are plenty of shops in the area selling juice, tea and presumably teapots! After half an hour, the large beetroot salad arrived. They were obviously too embarrassed to say they'd run out of beetroot as well. One tiny beet boiled (not seasoned) cut into little cubes arranged on a plate with a few springs of packet leaves - all for £9! It was almost as though someone was playing a joke! It actually seemed that whoever owned the place had left a few foreign students in charge on their first day! What an absolute shambles and extremely poor value for money. Would not recommend.

By M D.

Great food, lovely interior, friendly and well organised staff. It's a perfect place for a everyday lunch, fancy dinner and a shelter on Saturday market at Portobello Road. On the menu is delicious Italian cuisine with a pinch of English classics. Everything is organic, high quality and made with heart. One of must visit in Notting Hill!

By Ally S.

This is a gem! The food is consistantly the best in the area. I highly reccommend you try it the next time you are in Notting hill...especially the sticky toffee pudding!!

By Sophie C.

This quaint, charming restaurant boasts some of the best homemade breads and pizzas in London. A must-visit for anyone after authentic Italian cuisine.

The Venue
Tucked away just off Ladbroke Grove on the popular Portobello Road in Notting Hill, Portobello Organic Kitchen is a delightfully cosy restaurant decorated with gorgeous sepia prints of the famous road, comfy seats and tulips on every table.

The Atmosphere
Friendly, warm with a personal touch, Portobello Organic Kitchen has a fantastic, family atmosphere with attentive staff who are clearly proud of their establishment. Regulars filter in throughout the night, known by the staff and eating on their own whilst reading, and large families also gather to dine together in the homely restaurant.

The Food
All of the food on offer at Portobello Organic Kitchen is Italian inspired, fresh, natural and organic, and sourced predominantly from the UK.

Baskets of bread are highly recommended, even if they are a little dear at £4.50. The tomato bread and pesto is delicious – fresh, chewy and covered some very impressive home-made tomato and pesto. The garlic bread and rosemary also looks delicious, and would probably be just as good a start to your meal.

Starters are all fresh and packed with goodness, ranging between £5.50 for bruschetta to £12.50 for an antipasto misto platter to share. This starter is large, taking up half of the table, and offers creamy buffalo mozzarella, proscuttio, spicy salami, mixed grilled vegetables and deliciously sweet vine-ripened tomatoes.

The main course offers a variety of pizzas from £10.50 to £15.50, including a four cheese option, mushroom, the vegeteriana, salsiccia (spicy sausage) and capricciosa (ham, mushrooms and olives). The vegeteriana is light and tangy, slathered in goat's cheese and covered in sweet roast peppers, spinach and a dash of walnut oil for good measure.

Other mains include more traditional options such as shepherd’s pie, fishcakes and fish and chips, as well as more carb-based treats such as pappardelle with chicken and pancetta ragu, and potato gnocchi, roasted peppers, broccoli and parmesan. Other choices such as the fillet of salmon and roasted chicken breast with porchini mushroom risotto look delicious, and the sides to complement the dishes are around the five pound mark and include creamy mashed potatoes, steamed garden greens and rocket and parmesan.

Desserts are all reasonably priced at £6. The sticky toffee pudding with vanilla bean ice cream is thick, treacly and wickedly tasty, whilst the tiramisu is rich and filling. Other desserts include profiteroles with fresh cream and chocolate sauce, and an apple and plum crumble.

The Drink
The wine list is varied and champions wines from Italy, France, Spain and New Zealand with an impressive array of different notes and bodies to suit any preference. A small number of spirits and soft drinks are also available, along with coffees, teas and hot chocolate.

The Last Word
Portobello Organic Kitchen is a fantastic, fairly priced organic restaurant which prides itself - quite rightly - on its fresh, locally sourced ingredients and fantastic homemade breads and pizzas.

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