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Embrace the essence of refined elegance within our hotel's exquisite premises. A sanctuary of opulence awaits, where impeccable design and unparalleled comfort converge, promising an unforgettable stay of luxury and indulgence.

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3 Hillgate St, London W8 7SP

Kuro Eatery Cuisine: Mediterranean inspired nose-to-tail eating Nearest Tube: Notting Hill Gate Location: Notting Hill Gate Branching out from the much applauded Kuro Coffee, Kuro Eatery is the bakery's minimalist, all day dining spin off show. Headed up by chef Andrianos Poulis, formerly of the Michelin-starred Cornerstone in Hackney, the food is broadly inspired by the flavours of the Mediterranean, but it could be categorised as Italian with a Japanese twist. It's a quietly cool spot, and one that would offer welcome respite from the noise and chaos of Portobello Road.


95-97 Portobello Rd, London W11 2QB

020 3146 0747

Portobello Road's Gold certainly struck a seam when they opened back in 2019, meeting glowing reviews for their take on great ingredients, prepared simply. Entering at street level, through an ambient bar area, you are met with lush greenery, pale wood furniture, cushioned banquettes and zinc topped tables. The herringbone brick floor and pale pink plaster walls feel warm and natural with an informal sense of style. Headed up by ex-River Cafe chef, Theo Hill, dishes are listed in five categories: Raw, Cheese & Charcuterie, Salads, Vegetables and Plates. Diners are encouraged to mix and match, sharing a few plates between many. The dishes are generous and bold - which is not always the case with sharing plates - and the menu changes seasonally, so there's always the opportunity to return.

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