Notting Hill venues with private dining rooms
The West London district of Notting Hill is situated between Shepherds Bush to the west and Paddington at its eastern edge with the neighbouring district of Kensington to its south & Kilburn at its northern perimeter.
Not least of all due to its desirability as a residential area in recent decades, the district has extended beyond its traditionally acknowledged borders to generally be perceived as encompassing Ladbrooke Grove, Westbourne Grove, Westbourne Park and parts of North Kensington.
The regeneration and gentrification of Notting Hill since the 1980’s has resulted in an impressive selection of stylish restaurants and bars to be found within the Victorian architecture of its elegant streets, squares and crescents, many of which with function rooms for private group dining events.
Popularised by the 1999 romantic comedy film bearing its name starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts, Notting Hill is the location for the world famous Notting Hill Carnival which began in the 1950’s and now attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors to its uniquely vibrant celebration of Caribbean culture. The district is also home to Portobello Road Market, known as one of London’s most popular street markets.
Notting Hill is easily reached via three London Underground stations. Notting Hill Gate tube station is accessible via the Central and Circle & District lines. Ladbrooke Grove and Westbourne Park tube stations are both on the Circle and Hammersmith & City underground lines.
104 Restaurant in Notting Hill is London’s smallest fine dining restaurant with only 14 covers. Richard Wilkins and his team focus on the highest quality ingredients served in a relaxed and luxury setting to ensure that 104 Restaurant is the perfect setting for your private event.»
The Broadcaster is a contemporary pub housed within the iconic former BBC Television Centre in White City, located between Notting Hill and Shepherd’s Bush in West London. Private dining rooms at The Broadcaster seat 30 – 65 guests with the second floor event space accommodating up to 120 guests for standing drinks receptions.»
Hosting over 5 private functions and 800 guests weekly, The Little Yellow Door in Notting Hill is fast becoming one of West London’s most talked about and unique late night venues. This unique venue seats up to 35 seated guests on a combination of low and high seating or up to 100 guests for standing receptions.»