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The Ladbroke Arms

54 Ladbroke Road, London W11 3NW

Pubs Notting Hill, Holland Park

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  • Wine: £17.00
  • Champagne: £48.00
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 11.30am-11pm Sun 12N-10.30pm

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The front terrace of this handsome boozer could well be in the running for a Britain in Bloom award, so abundant are its well-tended floral displays. On balmy evenings, the crowds spill out onto the pavement, armed with trays of liquid refreshment. A couple of seasonal ales are always on tap, but this is Notting Hill, so you’ll also find an extensive wine list, including a range of ‘natural’ reds from France. Inside, the airy bar gives way to a cosy raised dining room with a Gallic-influenced menu touting the likes of salt-cod brandade or sautéed kidneys with bacon. Unfortunately, reports of long waits for food suggest the kitchen may be stretching itself too far. Stick to the drinks & bar snacks & you won’t be disappointed.

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  1. The Ladbroke Arms

    54 Ladbroke Road, London W11 3NW
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    Fatma R.
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    • Food & Drink: 7
    • Service: 1
    • Atmosphere: 7
    • Value: 1

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  1. Proper country style pubs are hard to come by in our big city. By 'country' I mean cosy, drinking and eating pubs. Not a gastro modern style pub which seem to have totally taken over almost every area of London by the dozen although one is not complaining! I want a fire, I want proper meals, a great wine list and a lovely homely, comfortable atmosphere, throw in a few wandering dogs and I'm back home in Derbyshire - bliss! The Ladbroke Arms is one of these treasures. Don't get me wrong, it certainly has London prices however it also oozes charm. There's a lot of elbow touching around small rickety tables, a couple of meandering pooches and a wonderful hearty atmosphere that only happy locals bring...
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  2. Proper country style pubs are hard to come by in our big city. By 'country' I mean cosy, drinking and eating pubs. Not a gastro modern style pub which seem to have totally taken over almost every area of London by the dozen although one is not complaining! I want a fire, I want proper meals, a great wine list and a lovely homely, comfortable atmosphere, throw in a few wandering dogs and I'm back home in Derbyshire - bliss! The Ladbroke Arms is one of these treasures. Don't get me wrong, it certainly has London prices however it also oozes charm. There's a lot of elbow touching around small rickety tables, a couple of meandering pooches and a wonderful hearty atmosphere that only happy locals bring...
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  3. Published : Wednesday, 13th February 2013

    Ant :: The Ladbroke Arms – Holland Park’s Second Home

    Perched just off busy Ladbroke Grove and a short walk from Portobello market sits the ever-charming gastropub, the Ladbroke Arms. Sunny and lively in the summer, warm and cosy in the winter, the Ladbroke Arms is a delight to visit in all seasons. The food is classy – upmarket traditional – and the drinks have enough variety to interest both ale and wine connoisseurs alike… and hey, one thing you won’t be disappointed by is their award winning array...
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