Established back in 1991 in East Sheen, Valentina Notting Hill sees the Zoccola and Arcari families showcase their lifelong love of food and wine. The Valentina menu is bursting with wholesome artisan dishes, including pizzas, antipasti, fresh pasta and risotto, and the wine list is filled with bottles from Italy's 20 growing regions.
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Valentina Notting Hill
145 Notting Hill GateNotting HillLondonW11 3LB
- +44 (0)20 7702 1181
- Public transport:
- Notting Hill Gate, Underground
Very, very nice. Great food, great staff. Nice selection of wine ranging from 16 pounds and upwards. Well worth a visit!more
An old-world, atmospheric restaurant sits behind an authentic Italian deli shop duo filled with imported cheeses, biscuits, pastas, and meats.
Valentina is a genuine meeting space for old elderly couples seeking coffee or lunch and for friends to gather in a jovial, homespun, second-floor cafe. Hearing the melodic Italian language fill a space like this is a nod to my having made a good...more
In the heart of animated Notting Hill neighborhood Valentina is primarily an Italian delicatessen store which doubles upstairs with a no more than 10 tables restaurant. The food is delicious as it is basically made of the same ingredients that they sell to the shop customers. Everything is more than fresh. They sure have the best pizzas in that part of town. The price is correct even for the...more
Having been introduced to Valentina at a Yelp Elite event a few months ago, I popped in here at the weekend when I happened to be in Notting Hill Gate again
This Italian deli is packed tight with grocery items on shelves round the outside of the store and hanging from the ceiling. In the centre section are the counters filled with deli items - cooked food and sauces to take away, a cheese and...more
A great concept of an Italian deli and grocery with restaurant area at the back. Very well run and organised with tempting displays of Italian goodies.
Comfortable restaurant area with Vespa scooters on the wall and interesting decor. I enjoyed a very interesting Capella Romana which turned out to be a meat and pasta lovers delight. Tagliatelle and meatballs with bolognese sauce wrapped in...more