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Golborne Road
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Golborne RoadGolborne Road cuts across the north end of Portobello Road, under the Westway. Shabby chic reigns here - uncover some hidden gems, get a new hairstyle or indulge in some authentic tastes of the Mediterranean.

GOLBORNE HOUSE
36 GOLBORNE ROAD
Catch up with friends over dinner at this gastropub, owned by prolific restaurateur Tom Etridge, with River Cafe expert Celia Harvey overseeing the food.

LES COUILLES DU CHIEN
65 GOLBORNE ROAD
Don't miss this antique and furniture shop, with its ever-changing selection of kitsch and quirky curiosities. At weekends it gets very busy, so for serious shopping it's best to go during the week.

KOKON TO ZAI
87 GOLBORNE ROAD
Kokon to Zai means 'East meets west. This super-cool boutique features an eclectic mix of designer labels and interior design pieces. The store is an old 19th century butcher shop that's been revamped with a Carrara marble bar and chandeliers by Jason Miller.

MOROCCAN FISH
GOLBORNE ROAD MARKET
Don't miss this stall if you're after a quick, healthy bite. Freshly cooked fish and seafood are cooked to order, with tables for you to sit and soak up the atmosphere by the stall. Try the spicy harira or strained lentil soup with a squeeze of lemon.

Golborne RoadKELL SKOTT HAIR 93
GOLBORNE ROAD
This super-chic hair salon serves you home-made chocolate brownies while you're being pampered. Max and Blue - the two salon dogs - add to the homely feel.





Golborne RoadLA PLAZA
288 GOLBORNE ROAD
A hidden gem on Golbourne Road, La Plaza is a little taste of Spain in Notting Hill. The deli will delight tapas fans with its selection of cured hams, chorizo and wines.





Golborne RoadLISBOA PATISSERIE
57 GOLBORNE ROAD
Walking into Lisboa Patisserie, you could be forgiven for thinking you'd stepped out of London and straight into Portugal. Their Pasteis de Nata (egg custard tarts) are the finest in the capital. It's a great place to sit and watch the world go by.

L'ETOILE DE SOUS
79 GOLBORNE ROAD
Golborne Road is known as 'Little Morocco', and you'll find plenty of Moroccan restaurants and shops selling Maghrebian products as you explore. L'Etoile is one of the best, with a selection of Moroccan breads and sweets. Musicians Nick Cave has been spotted in here, enjoying a cake and glass of Galeo.Have a relaxing massage or custom facial at this elegant cafe and spa. For the ultimate in luxury, opt for the 'Cowgroom' package, where two therapists work together for a blissfully relaxing treatment. Ease yourself back into reality with a freshly-squeezed juice in the adjoining cafe. You can indulge at home too with their own brand products.

Golborne RoadGOLBORNE DELI
100 GOLBORNE ROAD
For an authentic Italian delicatessen, head straight to the Golborne Deli. Locals in the know come here for the best bread, olives and oils outside Rome.





Golborne RoadTHE FAT BADGER
310 PORTOBELLO ROAD
On the corner of Portobello Road this local pub serves seasonal British food. With a former Claridge's chef at the helm, it's the perfect place to go to at the weekend.

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