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My friend who lives locally suggested we paid a vist to the Ground Floor bar last Friday evening for a drink and a bite to eat. Both of us being avid music lovers were told that there was a Dj playing that night. A very...More
We had already been walking for about an hour when we decided to try the Ground Floor Bar for a late breakfast on a Saturday - we were starving, having waited in another cafe for 20 minutes to place our order and finally walked out...More
Lunch on a saturday. Food arrived 45min later. Staff paid no attention at all. The fish and chips (£13) was the tiniest I have ever seen, there was more batter than fish.
The service charge on the bill was 12.5% instead of 10%.
Brunch on Saturday. Full English breakfast £10. It arrived 35 minutes later..... One sausage, two pieces of bacon, One tomato, one slice of black pudding, a dollop of scrambled eggs, a HALF mushroom & one piece of toast..... we had to request salt & pepper...More
Nice inside with old elegant chairs. The service is slow. Food nice. I ate the quinoa burger it was delicious first time I ate a burger like that. Lemon tart delicious too. On Tuesday they make 50% discount if you follow the restaurant on Instagram....More
I had a couple of cocktails in this place last Saturday and after a dinner at the restaurant upstairs. the service was superb and very friendly, i really recommend that place. To be honest it's the place to be for a nice date on Portobello...More
Myself and some friends were at the Ground Floor Bar Thursday night for a few drinks, we had intended to go to the electric cinema (across the road) after but instead ended up spending the whole night at ground floor bar (confusing name, the restaurant...More
Date of experience: May 2013
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As West London's friskiest corner, Notting Hill more than manages to retain plenty of the same appeal that's brought the affluent area so much worldwide attention. In this attractive cobblestoned neighbourhood, a delectable variety of eateries, independent shops, galleries and street vendors offer a delightful window into how to live the good life in London, with each presenting visitors with an
experience that's a little more idiosyncratic and endearing than the last. Travelers looking to forage for antiques should be sure to visit the Portobello Road Market on Saturdays, the largest antiques market in the United Kingdom.