Notting Hill Brasserie

About Notting Hill Brasserie

Converted from three Victorian terrace houses, the Notting Hill Brasserie is a homely neighbourhood restaurant during the week, when local residents and celebrities feel blissfully at home amongst the modern African art, the luxurious custom-made armchairs, classical décor, the subtle lighting and the nightly live blues and jazz in the cocktail bar that filters gently through to the restaurant. They’re also rather partial to the extensive classic and exotic cocktail list, served by talented and charming mixologists, and the very high quality modern Mediterranean menu. In a mouthful, the sautéed scallops and the beef roasted in a salt crust are what the Notting Hill Brasserie is all about. At weekends it becomes more of a destination restaurant attracting discerning individuals who appreciate the genuine occasion so impeccably provided here. Everything is just (perfectly) so - the décor, the atmosphere, the staff, the food and drink, the location - nothing has been left to chance. The result? A genuinely special place that effortlessly makes you feel pretty special too.

Sample canape menu


Main Course

- Beetroot and goat's cheese tartlets
- Roast duck magret with cherry compote
- Prawn and mint spring rolls
- Provencale vegetables with baby mozzarella
- Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding with horseradish
- Deep fried mushroom risotto
- Smoked anchovy and onion tart
- Fish and chips with tartare sauce
- Tuna and artichoke tart
- Foie gras parfait with toasted brioche


Additional Information


92 Kensington Park Road, Notting Hill Gate, W11 2PN

Nearest tube:

Notting Hill Gate
£20.00 per person

Average Price:

£45 - £54

Opening times:

Mon - Tues 7pm - 12am
Wed - Sat12pm - 12am
(restaurant serves between 12pm - 2:30pm and 7pm - 12am) Sun 12pm - 2:30pm and 7pm - 12am

Dress Code:

Smart casual