This bright, light and airy dining room offers casual all-day dining with a focus on carefully sourced produce. Classic Bill Granger dishes sit alongside seasonal dishes with an Australian feel.
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Granger & Co
175 Westbourne GroveLondonW11 2SB
- +44 (0)20 7229 9111
Granger & Co has been on my must-try-brunch-spots list for a while, and it did not disappoint! I went with two friends on a Sunday for brunch, and as expected, we needed to queue. However, the queue wasn't terrible and moved pretty quickly (approx 30 min).
I started off with a flat white which was delightful. I also had a bloody mary which fell slightly short of expectations, but it was still...more
Feeling a little homesick these past few weeks, and I had decided to meet up with an Aussie friend for brunch on Saturday, and having eaten at Granger & Co back home in Aus, I felt this was the best opportunity to try out Granger & Co here in the UK.
I arrived around 11am, and there was a short line, which was moving quite quickly. We ended up being seated not long after 11:15am.
Being French, it is a necessity for me to find a good brunch in a beautiful place everywhere I go. I've been here twice and I must admit it does correspond to my likings! It is an absolutely beautiful place: simple yet luminous and romantic with beautiful flowers, fun 50s chairs and charming quirky lamps.
The food is quite good, not the best brunch I ever had (although no one can compete with...more
One of my top brunch places! Yes there is a line on weekends around brunch time but what can you expect it is well known and it is in Notting Hill. The line is worth the wait and it actually goes by pretty fast.
The menu has many options and interesting combinations such as corn fritters, ricotta hotcakes, quinoa falafel salad, and different egg dishes.
I got the scrambled eggs with bread...more
Absolutely love this place! It's packed if you go on the weekends or too late in the morning, but that's no fault of the restaurant's - just the consequence of having a good reputation and being in Notting Hill. My best advice would be to go a bit earlier or during the week to beat the queues. I've gone at 9:30 on a Saturday morning with a group of four and been seated straight away.