Duke of Norfolk, Westbourne Grove
our final review
posted by septic on 08/01/2001
This pub is a bit formularised, but it's otherwise decent enough. (Stripped pine, hanging hops, agricultural implements etc in a Victorian building.) If anything, it's slightly anonymous. They serve food, good beer on tap with a choice of several Belgian and continental bottled beers. Not bad if you're in the area and probably far enough from the market to make it bearable on a market day.
Now a restaurant called 202.
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202 Westbourne Grove, Westbourne Grove, London, W11 2RH
From Notting Hill tube, follow the signs to Portobello Road, but don't go down Portobello Road, follow Pembridge Road round until you come to Chepstow Crescent (2nd left after Portobello). Go down Chepstow Crescent, cross Chepstow Villas and then turn left at the next junction you come to (Westbourne Grove) the pub is just across the road on your left.