Situated snugly on leafy Holland Park Avenue, The Mitre provides a warm welcome for locals and visitors to London alike. Our menu is based on seasonal British dishes with global influences and is complimented by a comprehensive list of fine wines, a wide range of cask ales and a small, but perfectly formed, cocktail list. Lying neatly between Holland Park and Notting Hill tube stations we are well positioned for easy access to the West End as well as being ideally placed as a stop off point to or from the world famous Portobello Market
£25 and under
On this Saturday afternoon, I had decided to head to the Notting Hill area of London to see what it was like, and stumbled upon this restaurant on the walk back towards home. I was starving and there really isn't much else within a few blocks of here, so we sat for a late lunch around 4 pm.
There were plenty of tables available, but for some reason I was seated on the leather bench that had...more
Though it looks inviting, I advise you to stay away. This a pub right? So it should have a good beer selection, but it was the worst selection of commercial junk I have ever average food, at above average prices.
The most inattentive wait staff I ever had to endure, we waited 45 minutes for our main courses to arrive, they indeed were tasty but, tiny.
I saw the waiter once, when he took our...more
Good pub food. The roast was great served with the usual muffin and the needed gravy :)
Service was a bit sloppy. Nice ambiance.. and the terrace outside is in a great location. Pity it is soooo busy!!
Not the cheapest.... but I guess the location makes the trick. Really bad they do not accept AMEX :(more
I've been here twice and have enjoyed the food very much. Well prepared and served quickly.
The first time I had the pork belly which was tender and delicious. Second time around I had the chicken breast with black pudding, a potato casserole and braised cabbage.
Very good, upscale comfort food is what I would call it.
If the place is busy it can get quite loud, there was a party in...more
Predictably for this bit of West London The Mitre is a gastropub. Actually, is it even a pub? I'd say maybe it's more of a wine bar sort of restaurant thing. It's quite a bit further down from Notting Hill so isn't catering for any of the trendy end of this neighbourhood and is squared aimed at the more family based, professional types that drink from glasses blown by their own trumpets.