Paul Rhodes Bakery
Paul Rhodes Bakery is the closest place to grab some food and drink. It has excellent coffee and delicious cakes! Perfect for the morning or the afternoon!
Nice little spot to have breakfast or lunch (it does get quite busy between 12 and 2pm). We really like the smoked salmon and cream cheese bagels. Well price, a meal for 2 with drinks costs about GBP10.
“Boots sells make up and has a pharmacy for non-prescription medication. Turn right when you leave the building and the right again at the end of the street. ”
“Great local gastropub, food is predomently Modern British, great funky atmosphere, DJ's on some evenings, Open 12pm-12am. Has lovely little outside patio at the back.”
“West Hampstead is a new trendy neighbourhood with great connections to central London. Safe and residential area, near to Hampstead Heath ”
“The perfect setting for a laid-back yet distinctly memorable drinking and dining experience. Whether you’re looking for a lazy lunch, family dinner or social eats with friends,The Champion offers flavoursome food, an explorative drinks menu and an authentic, homely atmosphere. Once frequented by 1970s rock stars, Queen and The Clash, and previously one of London's iconic gay pubs, The Champion is tucked away on a quiet street corner just a stone's throw from Hyde Park, Kensington Palace and the vibrant Portobello markets. Boasting an open fire and private function room, The Champion’s classic pub interior leads to its best-kept secret, an alluring courtyard beer garden, offering a spot of urban tranquillity in which to take time out and enjoy a glass of something special. A dog-friendly pub offering a cosy courtyard beer garden in the summer and a welcoming open fire during those chillier months, The Champion's warm hospitality reflects the infectious vibe of the Notting Hill neighbourhood and has the spirit of the authentic British local at its heart.”