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Ladbroke Grove

Traditional appeal – handsome period architecture overlooking charming gardens

"Lively and lined with trendy independent shops, bars and restaurants, it's no wonder that Portobello Road is so popular!"

David Roberts

"In contrast to the Westfield development, Shepherd's Bush has some lovely period properties."

Mark Nockles

"From jewellery to dresses, Portobello Market has it all..."

Neil Cunningham

What is your favourite place?

Where do Ladbroke Grove locals go?

Portobello Market

You'll come across some quirky finds in this vibrant and busy market!

Portobello Juice Café

Create your own juices at this infamous juice bar on Portobello Road.


The best pie and mash in West London - try the stewed eels! Perfect for a quick, cheap but tasty lunch.

Kitchen & Pantry

The best chai tea and full English breakfasts!

Portobello Green Market

A fashion and vintage focused market that is mainly under cover.

Acklam Village Market

Food, drink, live music and art stalls with an underground vibe.

Fez Mangal

A bustling Turkish restaurant close to Ladbroke Grove Underground Station that cooks amazing Turkish BBQ'd meats. Great takeaway or fun with a few friends to eat in, as it's BYOB. If you're feeling hungry, get the special mix. Also the mezze starters are tasty too...actually everything is!

Dock Kitchen

From its striking setting in a Victorian canalside building, to the fresh and seasonal dishes, this restaurant is perfect for a romantic evening meal.

Electric Diner

You can't beat the lemon meringue pie at the Electric Diner on Portobello Road!

Pizza East

Breakfast at Pizza East is great - everything you can expect to find on a breakfast menu and at a reasonable price.

Harper and Tom's

Pick up beautiful blooms all year round from this local florist's kiosk. There is also a store on Clarendon Road...

L Maison

In the heart of Clarendon Cross, it's always great to stop in here to view the unique furniture and home accessories.

Boom Burger

This Jamaican burger restaurant serves the spiciest burger on the planet!

Portobello and Golborne Market

London's most well known market with a wealth of established stalls, selling everything from food, to clothing, to vintage jewellery.

The Hummingbird Bakery

Best cupcakes on the planet! The famous Red Velvet was born here. Many other cupcake companies have tried to copy them, but they never come close to Hummingbird's.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Westbourne Park, Notting Hill, Holland Park, Kensal Green, Shepherd's Bush, Bayswater, Queen's Park, Maida Vale, Kensington and Paddington

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"Sir Richard Branson opened his first record store on Portobello Road in the 1970s."

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Child-friendly activities near Ladbroke Grove

Indoor rock Climbing

Westway Sports Centre, W10
Climbing is perfect for kids. It boosts their confidence, their agility and is great for their fitness. And Westway has some of the best facilities and coaching in the country. Website

Top Set Tuition

Colville Primary School
Top Set Tuition is run by experienced educators providing extra Maths and English tuition for children from 4-16 and of any ability. All teaching staff at Top Set are qualified experienced hold a degree in or related to the subject they teach. They also have proven track records of improving the ability of numerous students at differing age groups. All staff members hold full and current CRBs. Please register your interest by contacting us via the website. Spaces are limited. Website

St. Peter's Church

St. Peter's Under 3
There are plenty of toys, musical sing-along, space to run about no matter what the weather and a space to park your buggy. There are hot & cold drinks and the opportunity to chat and share with other parents and carers. Website

Spencer Stage School: Mini Street

Etheline Holder Hall
Dancing, singing, stories, games, makeovers, discos and anything else your child may want for. Website

Bumps Babies & Beyond Notting Hill (Thursdays)

St Peter's Church
We have toys for babies and of course tea, coffee and juice with plenty of time to chat. Come along and let your little one/s play while you have a chat and meet a few new people. We would just ask you to help us tidy away at the end. Website

Storytelling with Lucy

Book and Kitchen
Grab a seat on one of our comfy chairs or pull up the rug as we delve into the land beyond the wardrobe, to a secret place frozen in eternal winter to the magical land of Narnia. 10% off all Children's books during this time Website
  1. About Ladbroke Grove

    Ladbroke Grove is a road in west London, in The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It is also the name given to the immediate area surrounding the road. Running from Notting Hill in the south to Kensal Green in the north, it is located in North Kensington and straddles the W10 and W11 postal districts. Ladbroke Grove tube station is located on the road, at the point where it is crossed by the Westway. It is also the nearest tube station to Portobello Road Market. It is the main road on the route of the annual Notting Hill Carnival in August. The street is named after James Weller Ladbroke, who developed the Ladbroke Estate in the mid nineteenth century, until then a largely rural area on the western edges of London.

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