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Whether you're after a hearty breakfast, a quick bite on the go or a relaxing meal with friends, when you're on Portobello Road, some of London's finest food is only moments away.

Eating outCHARLIE'S CAFE 59A PORTOBELLO ROAD
Coming from Notting Hill Gate, Charlie's is the first cafe you'll come to. On an early morning, nothing beats their 'ultimate big breakfast' to prepare you for a day of bargain hunting. For an authentic cafe experience check out the Admiral Vernon Cafe and Red Lion Cafe - in the respective Arcades.








Eating outGERMAN FOOD TRUCK PORTOBELLO ROAD
When you're hungry and in a hurry there is simply nothing better than a treat from the German Food Truck. Be it a Schnitzel or a boneless chicken leg, everything is freshly prepared and cooked to order. You'll generally find it near Caffe Nero at 168 Portobello Road. Or simply follow the delicious smell of hot sausages, grilled meat and sauteed onions.







Eating outKITCHEN & PANTRY 14 ELGIN CRESCENT
Possibly the most perfect cafe in London: think big enveloping sofas, steaming coffees and delicious sweet treats. A favourite with Notting Hill locals, Kitchen & Pantry is the coffee shop everyone wishes was on their doorstep. Be warned, though, you may never want to leave.








Eating outUKAI SUSHI 223 PORTOBELLO ROAD
For a healthy and stylish bite, Ukai (pronounced oo-kaaee) sushi bar is the place to be. Their sashimi has been described as 'the best in London'. They're commited to using only the finest, freshest fish, with each piece of sushi carefully prepared by expert chefs. Don't miss their flower teas - with buds that bloom before your eyes.







Eating outBEACH BLANKET BABYLON 45 LEDBURY ROAD
Set in an old Georgian house in the heart of Notting Hill, Beach Blanket Babylon (or BBB as it's known to locals) is one of the most prestigious restaurants in London. Expect a fresh, seasonal menu and celebrity diners - Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy have been spotted here.








Eating outTHE PORTOBELLO GOLD 95-97 PORTOBELLO ROAD
One of the area's best-loved pubs, The Portobello Gold is the perfect pit-stop for a Modern British meal on your day in Portobello. The pub also boasts a gallery space, showing a different art or photography exhibition each month. On a special occasion, why not treat yourself to their famous 'Oyster Shooter' and a glass of Champagne?

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