If you find The Cow overcrowded and The Westbourne overly noisy then Rosa's Dining Room may be just what you're looking for. The atmosphere is friendly and homely and the menu has some reassuringly nostalgic 1960s comfort food. You might follow Parma ham and melon with a crusted pie: choose from pork, chicken, apple and cider or bacon and mushroom. It's a refreshing dose of realism compared to some of the better known - and sometimes less welcoming - places to eat and drink around this part of Notting Hill.
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Powis Square, Notting Hill, W11
6 minutes away from Rosa's Dining Room
This refurbished Victorian church has been converted into a multi-functional venue for arts and exhibitions. Facilities include a dance studio, theatre-style performance space, soundproofed production studio ...More