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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

"Little Wormwood Scrubs is the perfect spot for walking the dog..."

Stuart Bennett

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

Mark Nockles

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Where do Ladbroke Grove locals go?

Acklam Village Market

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

Cockney's

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

Beach Blanket Babylon

Great outdoor space for a couple of cocktails and lovely food in the crypt restaurant.

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...

The Notting Hill Bookshop

The famous bookshop that Hugh Grant owns in the movie Notting Hill.

Portobello Garden Caffe

Fresh and authentic Italian food in a charming arcade off Portobello Road.

Electric Diner

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

Clarendon Cross

A great collection of boutique shops, including L Maison, Cowshed, The Cross and Summerill & Bishop.

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.

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.

Portobello Market

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

Little Wormwood Scrubs

The absolute golden nugget of North Kensington Village is the newly transformed Little Wormwood Scrubs. It's now a hot spot for us locals in W10 to walk our dogs...

Kitchen & Pantry

The best chai tea and full English breakfasts!

Boom Burger

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

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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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"As well as its world famous market, Portobello Road was home to George Orwell in the 1920s, the author of cult classics Animal Farm and 1984."

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  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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