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And finally, take a look at the delicious fresh and organic produce that's available on Portobello Road. Whether it's hand-baked bread, tempting cupcakes or the finest cheeses, you hardly need search for the great food shops and stalls - just follow your nose...

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HUMMINGBIRD BAKERY, 133 PORTOBELLO ROAD
Satisfy your sugar craving with a treat fror Hummingbird, the American bakery in London. Enjoy their cookies and cupcakes which look too good to eat in their comfy armchairs. Elle Macpherson, Gwyneth Paltrow and Ruby Wax are all fans, we hear.







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KINGSLAND BUTCHERS, 140 PORTOBELLO ROAD
When you walk into Kingsland Edwardian Butchers, it feels as if you've stepped back in time. The family-run shop sells seasonal organic and free-range produce - and specialises in rare breeds. The butchers are expertly trained and will prepare a beautiful piece of meat for your Sunday roast.







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GAIL'S NOTTING HILL, 138 PORTOBELLO ROAD
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MR CHRISTIAN'S, 11 ELGIN CRESCENT
A Notting Hill institution for 25 years, Mr Christian's Delicatessen is a local favourite for picking up the finest cheeses, hams, oils, vinegars and everyday cooking ingredients, as well as their own range of fine foods including mustard, chutneys and jams. Their shepherd's pie is to die for.

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