More about The Elgin
A charming Notting Hill landmark, The Elgin offers the ultimate in British gastro pub dining. Elegant stained glass panels, mismatched furnishings and cosy booths offer quintessential countryside charm indoors.
Sourcing prime produce from across the British Isles, The Elgin menu offers a fresh, homemade selection. As well as comforting Sunday roasts with all the trimmings, succulent grill offerings are served atop chunky butchers’ block-style boards, like dry-aged rib eye steak with hand-cut chips and shallot butter. For dessert at The Elgin restaurant, sample refreshing G&T sorbet, or warm apple pie lathered with vanilla bean ice cream.
Alongside a wine list compiled by and accredited Master of Wine, The Elgin Notting Hill offers regularly changing cask ales. A stock of 30 gins has also brought about The Elgin's nickname, ‘gin palace’.
A homely retreat, The Elgin London offers a buzzing bohemian vibe, and stages regular live music sessions. Ladbroke Grove Tube Station sits a minute’s walk away.