Beach Blanket Babylon | An English fairytale in Notting Hill

Beach Blanket Babylon | An English fairytale in Notting Hill

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Beach Blanket Babylon Notting Hill London

This weekend I went to a friends birthday brunch at Beach Blanket Babylon, a beautiful British restaurant within a Georgian townhouse in Notting Hill which can only be described as something from an English fairy-tale.

Beach Blanket Babylon Notting Hill London

Being close to Christmas the outside of the building was adorned with a row of pretty wreaths and red bows, hanging above an outdoor terrace which I will definitely be returning to next summer.

Beach Blanket Babylon Notting Hill London

As you enter you are met by a large bar covered in brightly coloured roses and extravagant crystal chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. The restaurant is furnished in a Rocco style interior design and there are several large beautiful fireplaces with open fires, giving the venue a traditional, elegant and cosy atmosphere.

Beach Blanket Babylon Notting Hill London

There is also an upper level which is open only for dinner, which can be found by going through a colourful mosaic tunnel and climbing up a staircase which resembles something from a Disney princess’s castle.

Beach Blanket Babylon Notting Hill London

Beach Blanket Babylon Notting Hill London

The brunch menu had plenty to offer, from avocado and poached eggs on toast (my favourite!), pancakes with maple syrup and a full English breakfast to burger and chips and even a steak. There was also a large wine selection as well as fresh fruit juices and smoothies. Everything was delicious and filling!

Beach Blanket Babylon Notting Hill London

I had never even heard of this restaurant until my trip this weekend, but now I’ve been I will definitely be returning! It’s truly a hidden gem in Notting Hill.

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Emily is a born and raised London girl, starting life in the north of the capital then moving down to Fulham in the south west. She has a masters degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology from University College London and now works as a freelance travel writer, digital marketer and VA, splitting her life between London and travelling the world.

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