Sister to the Electric in Shoreditch, and even more luxurious, this smart reinvention of an old 1910 cinema has six actual beds in the front row (£35 for two people), as well as leather armchairs with footstools (£19) and back-row sofas (£45 for two). It’s a great respite if you’ve braved the madness of Portobello Market. I have never understood why cinemas limit themselves to popcorn, hot dogs, and pick ’n’ mix. So I love that this place serves high-end popcorn and crisps and allows you to take in food and beer from the Electric Diner upstairs.
Europe's first purpose-built cinema is now a luxe movie house with comfy armchairs and footstools, cashmere blankets and food service.
One of London's oldest and most authentic cinemas on Portobello road (Notting Hill).
Beautiful way to see a movie - comfy sofa or armchair with a great bar and tasty treats
Huge leather seats to sit back on with foot stool and you can get snacks/drinks before the show and take them to your seat. A great place to watch a movie.
“Fashionable Asian fusion. Not cheap, but a local favourite. Also has a fun - but small - bar at weekends. ”
“The trendy brunch place of Nottinghill with fabulous Australian chef Bill Granger St the helm ... make sure to get there early or be ready to queue for a bit ! ”
“Notting Hill feels like it should have a good old fashioned diner, and it does. The Electric isn’t cheap, but it’s a great shout no matter what time you’re in the area. There’s an all-day breakfast menu from 8am which is generally very satisfying, and a solid selection of uncomplicated but delicious food for a really hearty dinner. The flat iron chicken and a double cheese burger should at the very least be on your table, but the mac and cheese is the only side worth a fiver. Even if you aren’t making use of the cinema here, most of the food is worth making a journey for – especially without the 50% off if you’ve got a cinema ticket for next door. ”
“You will find Holland Park with its attractive formal gardens such as the Japanese Garden, secluded woodland areas, an Orangery and even the ruins of Holland House. Londoners love this park!”