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A majestic Notting Hill favourite since the 1990s, First Floor offers modern British classics and adventurous world fusion cuisine. Expansive sash windows, Grecian-style sculptures and a huge glistening chandelier make for breath-taking surroundings.
Sophisticated yet comforting flavour combinations dominate the First Floor menu, with rich offerings like saffron fish stew loaded with fresh seafood and delicious arancini balls, or pistachio-stuffed lamb saddle with braised cabbage and wine jus. Old-world flavours for dessert at First Floor London include treacle and orange tart with clotted cream, or caramel apple Napoleon with toasted almonds.
A well-researched wine list offers bottles from across the globe, as well as signature cocktails and a speciality range of bourbons. First Floor restaurant is also renowned for its delicious weekend brunch offerings; the perfect fuel before braving the crowds at nearby Portobello Market.
An elaborate, baroque-style setting, First Floor Notting Hill sits 6 minutes’ walk from Ladbroke Grove Tube Station.