The focal point of one of Britain’s best ever films, Notting Hill has become synonymous with wealth and affluence over the years, something which was reinforced in 1999 when Hugh Grant starred in the blockbuster romantic comedy alongside Julia Roberts. The only thing more famous, or perhaps infamous, involving Notting Hill is the now legendary Notting Hill Carnival.
The carnival is famous across the world, taking place since 1966, it is the biggest street festival in Europe, and represents a vivid insight into London’s multicultural past, present and future. Usually taking place over the August bank holiday weekend, the carnival features two days of fantastic live music ranging from dub to salsa to reggae; you will see steel banks and jerk chicken by the truck load. If you are looking for a laid back day out which is sure to be lots of fun then why not take one of our Notting Hill escorts with you on a colourful fun filled adventure.
Whilst that is the highlight of the calendar, Notting Hill has a whole host more to offer all throughout the year, including some gorgeous restaurants and scintillating bars. One such restaurant is Marianne at 104 Chepstow Road, W2 5QS; this intimate and sophisticate British restaurant is a real hidden gem. Marianne Lumb the head chef, shot to fame in 2009 on the Masterchef series where she finished runner up, despite many saying she should have won.
Now she has her own place, and this micro-restaurant offers fine-dining with a subtle feminine touch. The small size of the restaurant gives it a very secret feel, and you can’t help but feel thankful you are there. All of our Notting Hill escorts have said what a great restaurant this is, so they would make the perfect companion if you are looking for an elite Notting Hill escort.
Whilst our elite Notting Hill escorts love to follow your lead with whatever you want to do with them, there is one place in Notting Hill that all of them love visiting, and that is the magnificent Negozio Classica at 283 Westbourne Grove, W11 2QA. What a fabulous bar this is, if you like your Italian wines then this really is the place for you; whilst they do serve up small Tuscan plates and mains; the real focal point for the bar is its incredible Italian wine list. With incredibly friendly staff, not to mention knowledgeable, they really do take the time to discuss the wines with you, and you will find yourself learning a lot at the same time.