Notting Hill is a picturesque neighbourhood in West London known for the iconic Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts rom-com, beautiful, coloured houses and the popular Portobello Road market. It is also home to many brunch places, which is a great time to eat delicious food, people-watch and soak up the cool Notting Hill vibes. There’s plenty of places to choose from, but the list below are 10 of my favourite brunch places in Notting Hill. They include lots of options, whether you’re in the mood for heartier brunches such as Middle Eastern mezze at Akub, or lighter and healthier options at Farm Girl.

1. Beam

Beam is a great brunch place in notting hill London
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Beam is a family-run café, originating in Notting Hill. It has since opened three more spots across North London. The interior is minimalistic and contemporary making it aesthetically pleasing and a good Instagrammable spot. Beam has pretty much everything you could want from a brunch, not only offering breakfast classics but also Middle Eastern fusion dishes and sweet treats like French toast. The portions are nice and big, and all dishes are served hot and fresh making it the perfect brunch spot to get you raring for a day of shopping in Notting Hill.

  • Price range: £10-£20
  • Recommended dish: GF pancakes with bacon

Address: 103 Westbourne Grove, London, W2 4UW

2. Electric Diner

Electric Diner serves up great brunch in notting hill London
Source: Electric Diner on Facebook

The Electric Diner is situated in the heart of Portobello Road, next to the Electric Cinema. It is a neighbourhood diner serving American and French cuisine within a retro-chic setting. The menu features a variety of classic diner brunch options from fluffy pancakes to a classic American burger. An impressive selection of hot drinks, fresh juices, and cocktails complements these dishes. The Electric Diner is the perfect setting for a leisurely weekend brunch or a casual catch-up with friends.

  • Price Range PP: £20-£30
  • Recommended Dish: English Breakfast

Address: 191 Portobello Road, London, W11 2ED

3. Sunday In Brooklyn

The best pancakes in Notting Hill at Sunday in Brooklyn
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Sunday In Brooklyn has received a lot of TikTok fame and all for good reason. It’s a bit like New York meets London, with lots of charm and elegance and just pure sophistication. The menu offers an array of savoury dishes such as the fried chicken sandwich which is reminiscent of the restaurant’s Brooklyn roots. The only sweet option is their famous pancakes; however, this is rightfully so as they are the star of the show. They are fluffy and decadent, topped with hazelnut maple praline. The atmosphere is cosy yet lively, which sums up Notting Hill to a tee making it a top brunch destination.

  • Price Range PP: £20-£30
  • Recommended Dish: Praline Pancakes

Address: 98 Westbourne Grove, London, W2 5RU

4. Los Mochis

Los Mochis in Notting Hill
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If you’re looking for a brunch that is offering up something different to your typical sausage, egg and beans then this is the place for you. Los Mochis in Notting Hill offers a fusion of Mexican and Japanese cuisine in a vibrant and stylish setting. It uses lots of sustainable and seasonal ingredients, making the brunch menu extra impressive and tasty. The brunch menu at Los Mochis predominantly draws inspiration from Mexican cuisine offering up an array of dishes such as the Huevos Rancheros and the Churro Pancakes. If you’re looking for a special weekend (or weekday) treat then this memorable brunch spot will not fail to deliver.

  • Price Range PP: £30-£40
  • Recommended Dish: Masa Chicken and Waffles

Address: 2-4 Farmer St, London, W8 7SN

5. Bluebelles Of Portobello

Bluebelles of Portobello in Notting Hill London for brunch
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Bluebelles of Portobello in Notting Hill is a cute place to grab brunch. The menu features a range of classic brunch options with their own twist, making it a popular spot amongst both tourists and locals. The portion sizes are huge, and the food is delicious, reminiscent of home-style cooking. This is the perfect place if you’re looking for a quick bite to eat or something more low-key.

  • Price Range PP: £10-£20
  • Recommended Dish: Pot-Puff-Hash

Address: 320 Portobello Road, London, W10 5RU

6. Akub

A Middle Eastern brunch at Akub in Notting Hill
Source: on Instagram

Looking for more of a lunch than breakfast type of brunch? Then Akub is a must. Akub offers a modern take on Palestinian food. This gem takes inspiration from the owner’s heritage which is further displayed through décor reflecting the culture of the region. The menu incorporates Middle Eastern flavours and Palestinian traditions in an innovative way resulting in beautiful dishes such as Arab Coffee French Toast and Fries Eggs with Sumac. If you’re looking to have a unique and filling brunch, Akub is definitely one of the brunch places in Notting Hill, London to try.

  • Price Range PP: £20-£30
  • Recommended Dish: Coffee French Toast

Address: 27 Uxbridge Street, London, W8 7TQ

7. Tin Shed

Enjoy a cosy brunch at the Tin Shed in Notting Hill
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The Tin Shed is a quaint brunch spot just off Notting Hill’s hotspot – Portobello Road. The interior is rustic and adorned with fairy lights, so it’s a cute spot to hide away from studying for a few hours. The menu is simple offering a range of brunch classics, of course with a bit of flare, but they do it right. This is the perfect neighbourhood spot, with an inviting and cosy atmosphere which is why it is loved by many locals. Furry friends are welcome too with the café even starting their own hashtag #shedpups to show off their furry customers.

  • Price Range PP: £10-£20
  • Recommended Dish: Feta and Chilli Scrambled Egg

Address: 33 All Saints Road, London, W11 1HE

8. Farm Girl

Instagram worthy brunch at Farm Girl
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Tucked away on the corner of Portobello Road, Farm Girl offers up a creative range of health-conscious brunch items and a variety of out-of-the-ordinary drink options. The dishes here are vibrant and definitely Instagrammable, catering to a variety of dietary needs. The courtyard is beautiful for a summer’s day and transports you out of bustling London to the countryside. Whether you’re looking for a hearty brunch or a light, nutritious snack Farm Girl delivers. Plus you’ll come away feeling healthier, unlike lots of other brunch places that are primarily carb or sugar-heavy.

  • Price Range PP: £10-£20
  • Recommended Dish: BLT Sandwich

Address: 59A Portobello Road, London W11 3DB

9. EggBreak

Yummy brunch at EggBreak
Source: EggBreak on Facebook

Eggbreak in Notting Hill offers an eclectic brunch experience. The menu features a variety of egg-based dishes, as hinted at in the name, as well as more substantial savoury options such as Korean Lamb and Fishcakes. This cool and casual brunch spot has something for everyone on the menu and definitely shouldn’t be missed. You can grab brunch here all day long, and they describe themselves as a neighbourhood hang out. So you can literally chill out here, all while eating some cracking food (pun intended).

  • Price Range PP: £20-£30
  • Recommended Dish: Eggbreaky Melt

Address: 30 Uxbridge Street, London, W8 7TA


Try the Katsu Chicken Sando at TAB x TAB
Source: TAB x TAB on Facebook

TAB X TAB is a modern and minimalistic restaurant. The menu is small however, they do things exceptionally well, making simple ingredients so tasty. Known for its speciality coffee and innovative menu, this eatery blends classic brunch staples with contemporary twists and has dishes you won’t find anywhere else like the Chicken Katsu Sando. They also offer a range of delectable baked goods if you’re feeling like a sweet treat. The dishes and the coffee are presented beautifully, almost too good to eat. Tab X Tab is a standout spot on the Notting Hill brunch scene so make sure to visit it to experience its unique and stylish charm.

  • Price Range PP: £10-£20
  • Recommended Dish: Chicken Katsu Sando

Address: Westbourne House, 14-16 Westbourne Grove, W2 5RH

Notting Hill’s brunch options are amazing, with lots to choose from – and the neighbourhood isn’t bad either. It’s got lots of cafes, bars, and lots of independent places to visit in Notting Hill. So start the day off with a delicious brunch then why not stick around Notting Hill and explore more?


  • I'm currently a BA Anthropology student so people watching is my favourite thing! I love going to concerts, pop culture and reading. In my free time, I love trying new places to eat.

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