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26 Notting Hill GateNotting HillLondonW11 3HY
- +44 (0)20 7221 1440
- Public transport:
- Notting Hill Gate, Underground
When in London I always loved stopping in here, usually for a coffee and a croissant and on my way out the door I'd get whichever loaf of bread caught my eye.
Everything is always fresh and yummy. Staff are very friendly and it was always a great spot to visit.more
Tired and hungry after early flight I decided to treat myself with a long breakfast. Having passed by Paul Rhodes' bakery countless times It was about time to give it a go.
Starting off with some delightful, warm buttered bagels (they kindly asked if I want them heated) I moved on to a scone, croissant and chelsea bun. Everything was aromatic and delicious, exactly what you expect the baked...more
I really want to love Paul Rhodes, as it's within walking distance of my flat, but I've been several times since moving to London and I've been less impressed each time. The shop itself is nothing special, which is surprising since the first thing you see when you walk in is this sprawling array of breads/pastries (quite unlike any other display I've seen) but past that, it's average in every...more
We were staying the weekend with friends who live nearby, and when we arrived I asked our hosts where I could get a cup of coffee. "Oh, there's a little coffee shop on the corner that should do the trick." Did it ever.
The shop is a combination of bakery and cafe, with a full selection of breads, baked goods, pastries, cookies, meringues, and a full coffee menu. There are also a handful of...more
O my days! Why don't I use this place more at a mere 10 min stroll from my house. The breads they sell look amazing as do the cakes and pastries. The sandwiches are worth every penny (£4 for a jam packed roll) and there is quite a selection. They also toast them which although seemed to take an age was well worth it. You can eat in or takeaway so we took our sandwiches to Kensington Gardens as...more