New Tom's

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Westbourne Grove

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  • Address:

    New Tom's 226 Westbourne Grove
    London
    W11 2RH

  • Venue phone:

    7243 3341

  • Venue website:

    newtoms.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    9am-5pm Mon, Tue, Wed; 9am-11.30pm Thu, Fri, Sat; 9.30am-4.30pm Sun.

  • Transport:

    Tube: Notting Hill Gate

  • Price:

    Meal for two with drinks and service: around £40

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    1. New Tom's
      • 226 Westbourne Grove
        London
        W11 2RH
      • 7243 3341
      • newtoms.co.uk
      • 51.514473,-0.200531

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roamin r

Was pretty good.  He ordered an Americano me a Mocha, they came quickly and were ok quality, mine lacking in choc omph and his was bitter so prob slightly over extracted.  The1st server had lost interest in taking our food order so I snaffled the bringer of drinks and we had the pancakes both ways and the eggs royale, basically eggs with hollandaise & salmon ... décor was pretty cool and kept me occupied visually while I ravenously awaited the meal.  I had the bacon and maple syrup version of the pancakes and was super underwhelmed when it arrived, but, it tasted way better than it looked.  The pancakes were lovely and light, the Maple syrup was generously portioned and the bacon perfectly smoked.  The crème fraiche and blueberry pancakes looked way cooler and Im told were great as was the egg royale, the salmon especially was noteworthy..  All in this cost about £50 which is on the pricey side, not exorbitant.  Staff were a little dispassionate and some inexplicable weirdness at the till - once again a compulsory service charge added to the bill which I resent on a fundamental level - surely this should be digressionary based on actual service received???  Good for a step up from my local fare prob wont become a regular.