London, November 2015 — If you have time, it’s well worth it to stroll around London’s Notting Hill neighborhood. You’ll know it from several movies. Cobbled streets, narrow passages, Victorian houses. Full of boutiques, antique shops, bookstores. It’s very cozy. By the way, its famous Portobello Market is an essential tip: there are very cool cafes, bars and restaurants with lots of charm.

Speaking of restaurants, if you decide to visit this area, we found a great recommendation to stop a while and recharge batteries.

A Gastropub with great ratings: The Red Lemon Pub is definitely our choice.

Travelzoo has a very tempting offer. You can go to have lunch or dinner for two, for 29 pounds. Believe it or not! Think that the normal price is 44 pounds. It’ll be really hard to find another option with such a good price in this area.

You have all the information you need inside: prices, dates, photos.

Reputation: the head chef is Dave Green who used to be in the Dean Street Townhouse in Soho (on the Michelin list). It has excellent reviews on various platforms from users who tried it.

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