A charming pub in Notting Hill, The Castle Restaurant brings timeless watering-hole hospitality to this buzzy urban postcode. Food menus feature seasonal dishes made using carefully sourced ingredients, while the drinks list spans from well-chosen world wines, to artisan soft drinks and an ever-changing list of craft beers.
Venue Details & Map
100 Holland Park AvenueHolland ParkLondonW11 4UA
- +44 (0)20 7313 9301
- Public transport:
- Holland Park, Underground
Perhaps it was a 3 but when you have to think about it then it is fair to give a 2.
The service was slow to begin with, I had a problem to get a tab open initially as the waitress did not know how to do it. The beer selection wasn't as good as I had hoped for but it was decent enough.
Where things went wrong was with the food. Some of the dishes were fine and some were simply poor and...more
I chose here after reading decent yelp reviews so we came here for dinner on a Thursday evening after being at the beer festival. We ordered arancini balls and brisket cubes to share to begin. These were OK. For my main I ordered the chicken burger with avocado and ham. They had no ham left but they added salami. Ordered sides of sweet potato fries and truffle mac & cheese balls.
Close pub if your staying at the Hyatt. Great little place, at first we had no idea you had to order your items at the bar until we saw that notation on the menu. Besides that great selection of beer, menu is short and sweet and the food is excellent. Great ambiance for a pub and really enjoyed our stay. Friendly staff so that made our stay enjoyable. Please see attached picturesmore
We started off trying to find a place in Notting Hill to eat dinner but took a wrong turn and ended up at The Castle. We were hungry and decided to settle on it for dinner. Wow - this place ended up being exactly what we were looking for! Delicious, local, cozy, and trendy.
The atmosphere is great with it's big oak bar and large couches for hanging out or grabbing a bite. There is also a...more
We got the southern fried chicken and the classic fish and chips - standard English pub with an interesting decor and very friendly staff. The chicken was better than fried chicken I've had in the States (and I'm American, so that's hard to admit). It was crispy and delicious without being overly greasy, YUM!more