The Walmer Castle is a pub serving a selection of real ales, beers, wines and spirits as well as a choice of Thai and English dishes in their restaurant section, which can cater for private parties of up to 150 guests. Over 21's only. Pavement seating is also provided.
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The Walmer Castle
58 Ledbury RoadNotting HillLondonW11 2AJ
- +44 (0)20 7229 4620
- Public transport:
- Westbourne Park, Underground
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You need to try lots of pubs when looking for a prospective local.
As nice and civilised as the Walmer Castle was, it was just a bit blah, a bit expensive and well... it was nice.
Nothing more, nothing less.more
More "French Bistro" feel than English Pub feel here.
This was a welcome respite during the long and crowded Portobello market on a busy Saturday afternoon.
This place is slightly off the beaten path, but is just comfortable.
The wait staff was friendly, and there are nice seating options at the bar, inside, and outside on the standard wooden picnic tables.
They take cards which also makes...more
Popped in for a few drinks here yesterday. Was undoubtedly the most normal looking boozer in the area. Give me a pub over a swanky bar any day!
Decent looking selection of drinks, prices didn't seem exorbitant given the locale. Some nice tables, a few screens to watch sports but a lack of scary looking supporters.
Didn't notice the Thai food upstairs but perhaps I just missed the signs.
Walmer Castle is a real summer pub - if you pass here anytime that it's vaguely warm there will be a bunch of people drinking outside on the pavement and in the street (it's a pretty quiet street)!
It's a pretty standard pub, located in an area full of expensive boutiques and posh shops. That said, the crowd are pretty 'standard' too - not rich, not poor, not trendy, not untrendy, not quiet,...more
Following a success story of the interesting symbiosis of English pub and Thai food, Walmer Castle does not serve fish and chips but Thai!
In summer you will not have a hard time finding this pub, as the locals from Notting Hill enjoy hanging outside drinking their pints. It is a lively and busy atmosphere, especially on week ends.
Making your way upstairs, the first floor has been...more