Harden's survey result
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“There’s always a good crowd, especially on the terrace on a sunny day” at this unusually attractive and “comfortable” pub, at the Holland Park end of Ladbroke Grove. “It’s a little chaotic, always fun, bustling and friendly”, with “very reliable food”.
“One of the prettiest pubs in London” – this fine Notting Hill tavern “never fails to come up trumps” with its “always delicious” food and “friendly” (if occasionally “disorganised”) service; “try to get a table outside”.
A “smart” gastropub, with “idyllic” outside tables, whose “dependable” cooking has helped make this quite a Notting Hill stalwart; of late, however, some reporters have formed the view that the service “stinks” – what a shame!
“Well-cooked dishes, pretty people and dogs” – this smart Notting Hill boozer really leaves nothing to be desired; in fact, the only problem is that, “whether it’s a sunny day, or a grey one”, it can sometimes be “a bit too popular”.
54 Ladbroke Road, London, W11 3NW
Mon - Fri noon - 2.30 pm, 7 pm - 10 pm; Sat 12.30 pm - 3 pm, 7 pm - 10.30 pm; Sun noon - 9 pm
Last orders: Mon - Fri 10 pm; Sat 10.30 om; Sun 9 pm