Looking for the best brunch spots in Notting Hill? From Portobello Road to Westbourne Grove here’s how to get your breakfast game on in the area, like a local.
Notting Hill is the kind of place where a good day is guaranteed.
But the only thing that could make a day of vintage shopping at Portobello Market, pottering around pastel houses and feeling like you’re in going to run into Hugh Grant at any moment (still waiting) is adding some brunch to it.
Out of all the brunch spots in London, Notting Hill’s breakfast places are hard to beat. Whether it’s bottomless brunching in a cozy Italian cafe to impromptu morning catchups over a full English in an Instagrammable cafe hard to outdo a West London breakfast, so let’s not try shall we? Here’s 10 yummy places to start your morning in Notting Hill the right way.
1. Farm Girl Café
59A Portobello Rd, London W11 3DB
After Rose Mann moved to London she decided to make her mark on the coffee scene—Aussie style. Founded in 2015 Farm Girl Café is the perfect place to spend a morning in Notting Hill for a guilt-free brunch—with all items deliciously health-conscious.
Order their signature ‘damn good coffee’ or treat yourself to a very Instagrammable Rose or Lavender Latte before eyeing up their breakfast menu with avocado toast, acai bowls and the likes.
P.S – They’re dog-friendly!
Must-Try: Seoul Eggs (and the Rose Latte)
185 Portobello Rd, London W11 2ED
I’m always wary of wildly popular breakfast spots like Eggslut. Will it live up to the hype? Well, my fellow egg fanatic, I’m proud to say it does.
The L.A turned Notting Hill brunch spot was founded out of a love for all things eggy—and the menu shows it. If you’re in the mood for the classics take up their Bacon, Egg & Cheese (piping warm brioche bun included) or spice it up with their Gaucho Tri-Tip Steak Sandwich.
They also source nearly all of their goods from British producers, meaning all your breakfast is as fresh as it comes.
Must-Try: The ‘Slut’ (cage-free eggs on a gooey potato purée with salet, chives & a baguette)
3. 202 Cafe
202 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RH
Mixing high fashion with all things brunch 202 Cafe is as aesthetic as it is delicious. Brunch staples are a given here, with everything from a proper Full English to a creamy brioche French Toast that makes all your Notting Hill brunch fantasies come straight to life.
P.S There’s also lovely outdoor seating if you prefer your brekkie al fresco.
Must-Try: Brioche French Toast with Caramelized Banana
4. Chucs Westbourne Grove
226 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RH
Tucked in Westbourne Grove lies the weekend brunch you never knew you needed—but once you indulge, you’ll never go back.
When they’re not being Notting Hill’s favorite Italian restaurant during the week—Chucs serves a Sunday brunch that flocks droves of Notting Hill locals and tourists alike (so make sure you book in advance!).
Fan favorites include their Chalk Farm Smoked Salmon on Sourdough and Eggs Florentine. But you should certainly try the ‘Chucs Breakfast’ if you’ve come extra hungry.
Must-Try: Chucs Breakfast (any style eggs with streaky bacon, sausage, black pudding, baked beans, roasted tomatoes and sourdough)
5. The Tin Shed
33 All Saints Rd, London W11 1HE
The Tin Shed is where you go to feel like a Notting Hill local (and satisfy your breakfast craving, of course).
If you come during the week you’ll find Londoners spattered across the tables eating baked treats and chatting the day away—not much changes come the weekend.
Fit with a cozy vibe and British breakfast favourites you can indulge in a range of homemade offerings from honied porridge or fresh granola to luscious poached eggs with juicy roasted tomatoes and chilli oil.
Must-Try: Buckwheat Banana Pancakes with almonds and yoghurt (gluten-free!)
63 Ledbury Rd, London W11 2AD
I was hesitant to include a chain on this list of best brunches in Notting Hill, especially considering the cuisine is far from British, and there’s not much room to sit once you’re there. But if you’re looking for a fantastic with North American and Middle Eastern flavours, I do suggest a visit to Ottolenghi.
The cozy 10-seat cafe holds some of Notting Hill’s favorite baked goods including a Chocolate and Hazelnut Brownie that’s practically sinful.
Must-Try: Polenta Cake with Pistachio
7. Granger & Co.
175 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2SB
Another charming Aussie-favorite in Notting Hill is Granger & Co.
The breakfast options here are fresh with come with everything on the menu designed to leave you with the taste of ‘sunshine food and sunny vibes’.
Enjoy a toastie Dusty Knuckle Sourdough with avocado or an Open Kimchi Sandwich. Then finish it off with the founder Bill’s raw smoothie—fit with homemade almond milk, raw cacao and banana.
P.S – Their menu is incredibly vegetarian and vegan friendly!
Must-Try: Chili fried egg in brioche
8. Golborne Deli
100-102 Golborne Rd, London W10 5PS
The fine wine & deli hub is a neighbourhood favourite, and for good reason. Smack in the middle of town with Mediterranean and Italian classics spilling out of the menu you can treat yourself to flavorful Feta on Sourdough or splurge on their Big Breakfast (crispy Pancetta included). One of the best breakfast and brunch spots in Notting Hill to feel like a local.
Must-Try: Eggs Benedict Golborne Deli Style
9. Lowry & Baker
339 Portobello Rd, London W10 5SA
The charm of Lowry & Baker’s storefront will draw you in instantly, but you’ll stay for the relaxing atmosphere and of course, delicious brunch menu.
Time spent here includes admiring mismatched China and watching a friendly open kitchen whip up the best toasted brioche you’ve ever had.
Must-Try: Grilled Spanish chorizo and mashed avocado on Artisan sourdough toast
10. Bluebelles of Portobello
320 Portobello Rd, London W10 5RU
Nowhere in Notting Hill quite does it like Bluebelles of Portobello.
Nestled nicely on Portobello Road the coffee shop boasts a homey atmosphere with fairy lights, lavender walls and a chalk board menu, doesn’t get more local than that.
There’s tons of seating indoor and out, but breakfast is best here outdoors on a sunny day. Don’t forget to try one of their yummy Breakfast Egg Pots and add a slice of Halloumi to it, while you’re at it.
Must-Try: Bluebelles Mess French Toast with a Breakfast Egg Pot
Quick Tips for Your Breakfast & Brunch in Notting Hill
• Notting Hill’s an incredibly popular place to go for brunch (especially on the weekends) make sure you book in advance or try to snag an early walk-in
• If you can, try to time your breakfast in Notting Hill with a visit to Portobello Market (open Mon-Wed 9am-6pm and Saturday 9am-7pm)
• While you’re at it why not make a day out of exploring Notting Hill!
Map of the Best Breakfast & Brunch Places in Notting Hill