Ladbroke Grove to Kensington palace
Whilst trying all of this amazing food, you will learn about the history of the area which is home to the largest antique market in the world, colorful art, fashion, architecture and iconic movie locations immortalized here on film.
You will have plenty of time to walk, talk, eat and simply let yourself get drawn in by this incredible area. We will finish just in front of Kensington palace and who knows, we might even be able to say hello to the royals.
£59pp (includes all the food and drink listed).
Strolling down Portobello road we will then make a sharp right and veer towards two very special foodie spots. Here we will pick up a few surprises from world renowned 'Ottolenghi'. We will keep these surprises in a box and eat them at the end of the tour in front of Kensington palace.
Upon leaving 'Ottolenghi', not too far up the road is a special little chocolatier called 'Melt'. If we're lucky we might be able to see them making the chocolates but also more importantly - we will definitely taste some they made earlier on -. Now as we leave the Portobello road area we soon find ourselves in the very up-market Notting Hill and the vibe seems to have changed a little, a little fancier one might say.
Dripping in flowers and crammed with Churchill memorabilia, The Churchill Arms is one of London’s most recognizable and famous watering holes. Built in 1750, the pub was frequented by Churchill’s grandparents. We will wet our whistle here with a local real ale.