A charming pub in Notting Hill, The Sun in Splendour 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.
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Sun in Splendour
7 Portobello RoadNotting HillLondonW11 3DA
- +44 (0)20 7792 0914
- Public transport:
- Notting Hill Gate, Underground
Stopped by this little place after a lovely afternoon spent in the markets of Portobello Road & dragging my very patient companion around the back streets to find some new street art :)
Sun in Splendour indeed- enticed by the bright and summery yellow exterior, we entered a lovely bar space with a well stocked bar and just the right feel of shabby chic decor you would want and expect in...more
I really can't decide about this place. The atmosphere was good, but there is a number of people that come in which give the place a sour taste. Average drinks choice and a limited food choice. The outside is a hive of smokers, which makes it rather undesirable. The barmen also good moody when we asked him to top up our pints. I won't be going back in a rush.more
when the Portobello market is not in operation, this is a delightful and traditional pub with a couple of cask beers on tap. A big open semicircular room with tables well spaced apart. I haven't eaten here so can't comment on the food.more
Great value for a Sunday roast. Roasts cost £12-15 and you get a tasty, large portion for that money. All of the other Sunday roasts in the area charge £17 and up which is a bit crazy.
The roast beef was yummy, though had a few tough bites. The Yorkshire pudding had some herbs mixed into the batter but that was just a nice treat. The gravy was clearly the star of the plate and I made sure to...more
I was convinced that this pub was going to be a tourist trap based upon its location at the end of Portobello Road. Was pleasantly surprised to find that they offered a fixed price lunch menu (£10 for two courses or £13 for three). We were served by a friendly waitress who informed us that they didn't have any ales on at all which surprised me as this was a Friday lunchtime.
I opted for...more