Book & Kitchen

Restaurants , Coffeeshops Westbourne
  • 5 out of 5 stars
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The clue's in the name at this Ladbroke Grove spot: it's a bookshop and café, with literary and culinary worlds further combining thanks to its regular roster of supper clubs, book talks and literary events. Literature lines the walls too, with reading, eating and drinking encouraged. 

The kitchen serves full lunch on the weekends, but the rest of the week it's set up as a development kitchen. Baked goods, breakfasts, fresh fruits and sandwiches feature throughout the week. French press coffee proves popular, too.

Keep an eye out for a range of other events, ranging from master classes and art exhibitions to live music, book launches, documentary screenings and lectures. 

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Book & Kitchen says
Book & Kitchen is a bookshop with a small café, art gallery and events space, hosting literary evenings, music nights and more. Our aim is to combine the literary and culinary in a fresh and modern setting. Come and flick through a second-hand book over our organic coffee and delicious food.

During the week you can enjoy an array of drinks, baked goods, our homemade granola and fresh fruit selections, and soup during the winter season. At the weekend we offer a wide selection for lunches.
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Venue name: Book & Kitchen
Contact:
Address: 31 All Saints Rd
London
W11 1HE
Transport: Tube: Ladbroke Grove
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Yvonne W

This unusual book shop has a small café area where they serve delicious home made food. It has a friendly and homely atmosphere and some great music gigs.

Laty J

Keeping it real by serving only the best homemade food, great music nights and a great host.

Sophie Houghton

Notting Hill is known for its bookshops and cafes, but this little find is a rare gem amongst them all. Really friendly, really yummy and some really interesting books that you wouldn't necessarily find in a 'normal' bookshop. Definitely well worth a visit for a cup of coffee in a beautiful china teacup and a chance to soak into one of the comfy chairs to read.

Lisa

Totally unique welcoming and beautiful space - to talk, to meet people, to work, to eat the most delicious food, and generally feel well about the world. Do not go down Portobello Road without a stop at Book and Kitchen - it's literally 2mins walk around the corner! You'll be missing out on a super treat for yourself if you do.

Vin and Brenda Riley

Doing a "Hidden London Walk" in Notting Hill we stopped here for a lunch break. And what a find! The salads were superb, and great value. But best of all was the very friendly service.

Vin and Brenda Riley

Doing a "Hidden London Walk" in Notting Hill we stopped here for a lunch break. And what a find! The salads were superb and great value. But best of all was the very friendly service.