Notting Hill is a small corner of London with an abundance of places and spaces to love. To live locally is close to our hearts at The Laslett so we have put together a guide with a few of our favourite restaurants, cafes and stores for you to enjoy.




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Portobello Gold


A restaurant and late-night bar focused on generous, seasonal plates cooked in wood ovens and served to share. River Cafe fans rejoice, Gold is headed by River Cafe alum, Theo Hill.

Gold is taking reservations between 12pm and 10pm daily or, alternatively we are also now offering a takeout and delivery service which is available all day.

Order via this link, over the phone or just wander down Portobello Road to see them.


95 Portobello Rd
W11 2QB
020 3146 0747


7 Saints


A small neighbourhood restaurant with a weekly changing menu that celebrates quality ingredients, the rhythm of the seasons and adds a contemporary twist on traditional cooking techniques.

Saints is now open by reservation only - for dinner Wednesday - Saturday, and lunches on Saturday and Sunday.


7 All Saints Rd
W11 1HA
020 7460 8566


Granger & Co


Re-opening from July 22nd Bill Granger’s cafe and restaurant serving light, fresh,
Australian style dishes. This an extremely popular neighbourhood spot with almost a constant line out the door. They don’t take bookings, but we might be able to get you in…


175 Westbourne Grove
W11 2SB
020 7229 9111


Our Favourite Local, Independent Stores


Portobello Road Market


Portobello Road has one of the most famous street markets in the world and is home to one of the UK’s most diverse communities. It has a rich history dating back to the 19th century with millions of visitors visiting the market each year. The market stalls stretch for a mile all the way down Portobello Road and round the corner into Golborne Road. Whether you are just out for a stroll, people watch, looking for a bargain or out to grab a bite to eat, Portobello Road is a great place to spend your time exploring.


The Notting Hill Book Shop


Yes yes, that bookshop! But the Notting Hill Bookshop is much more than just a location in a film. It's a cosy, brilliantly stocked bookshop with knowledgeable staff who always give great recommendations.


Lutyens & Rubinstein


Founded in 2009 by literary agents Sarah Lutyens and Felicity Rubinstein, they sell fiction and general non-fiction with special sections for children’s books, poetry and art books. A lovely, calm space where you can easily while away an afternoon!


21 Kensington Park Rd
W11 2EU
020 7229 1010


Honest Johns


Something of an institution, HJ’s is an old-school record store that stocks eclectic blues, dance, soul, reggae and global music on vinyl and CD.


278 Portobello Rd
W10 5TE
020 8969 9822


Rough Trade West


Another Notting Hill institution of the musical variety, Rough Trade have been purveyors of new and vintage vinyl, since 1976. Rough Trade West is also Sir Elton’s local Record Store…


BONUS! If you do buy some vinyl, you can try it out our record player in the lobby. Kick back to good music with a cocktail in hand – what’s better?


Les Couilles Du Chien


Established some 25 years ago, the owner Jerome is one of the best people to source unusual and decorative antiques and natural history curiosities. We are such fans of Jerome’s work, we have two cabinets dedicated to his curios which you can purchase directly from us.


65 Golborne Rd
W10 5TE
020 8968 0099




Our favourite Golbourne Road clothing store selling clothing and accessories for the rock and roll inclined. We recommend upping your mask game by with their signature silk bandanas which can be easily turned into masks by following the steps outlined on their Instagram.


60 Golbourne Rd
W10 5PR
020 8969 5577


Dinny Hall


British designed and crafted jewellery, beautiful and simple, each piece is timeless by design. Lucky for you, Laslett guests receive 20% off on full-priced items in-store - just show your card key at checkout.


200 Westbourne Grove
W11 2RH
020 7792 3913