Julie's Restaurant & Bar

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Julie's Restaurant & Bar Julie’s Restaurant & Bar in London’s Notting Hill is a trendy institution with classy fare & a classier crowd. Enjoy A-list brunch in London with Party Earth. London England 51.510076 -0.2103672
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Party Earth Review The rumored location of Prince Charles’ bachelor party and a favorite haunt for celebs from Madonna to Gwyneth Paltrow, Julie’s Restaurant & Bar has been a trendy hotspot since the late 1960s. Crisp white tables and a... ... read full review

  • Tube:

    Central Line: Holland Park; Hammersmith & City Line: Latimer Road

  • Phone:

    0207 229 8331

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  • Hours:

    Daily 10am–11pm

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Julie's Restaurant & Bar Review

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Julie’s Restaurant & Bar in London’s Notting Hill is a trendy institution with classy fare & a classier crowd. Enjoy A-list brunch in London with Party Earth.

The rumored location of Prince Charles’ bachelor party and a favorite haunt for celebs from Madonna to Gwyneth Paltrow, Julie’s Restaurant & Bar has been a trendy hotspot since the late 1960s.

Crisp white tables and a bar near the quaint façade belie the size of this place, for a jaunt downstairs reveals Julie’s is much larger than it appears, beginning with an expansive lounge full of palatial trimmings like Persian rugs and gilded mirrors.

The three levels offer patrons a wealth of distinct dining areas and tiny private alcoves, from the cozy single table in the Moroccan Room to the bright and airy Garden Room and the muraled Crypt Room.

Powerful business types, savvy scenesters, and successful older creatives dominate the crowd, dining on upscale European fare like quail eggs, lobster spaghetti, and herb-crusted lamb as they work their way through the curated wine list or pop a few bottles of champagne.

Sunday lunches – easily the busiest time – see boutique shoppers piling in to recharge, but even though the restaurant caters to folks with money to spare, prix fixe options can keep a full meal around £19.

The uniformly relaxed vibe means that when ritzy locals and visiting celebs want to chill over brunch, lunch, or a candlelit dinner, they don’t look further than Julie’s Restaurant & Bar.

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Tip from Adriana:

With so many great private dining areas to choose from, you can always have a different experience here. If the weather is nice, grab an intimate group of sixteen or fewer and book the Crypt Room, which features a fully retractable conservatory roof.

  • Crowd

    Trendy shoppers, ladies who brunch, successful creative types, well-to-do families, powerful businessmen, celebs, large parties renting out one of the private rooms, late 20s to late 30s+.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Gentle mix of ambient tunes.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Menu of upscale European fare including traditional English brunch items, langoustine and mussel chowder, calves liver veneziana, pan-fried scallops, grilled polenta, sea bass, and lobster. Traditional roasts on Sundays.

    All of the separate dining rooms are available for private rental.

    Sidewalk terrace, weather permitting.

    Onsite daycare services on Sundays from 1–4pm mean the wealthy moms can enjoy a few flutes of champagne in peace. Children must be over two years old.

  • Prices

    Brunch menu £13–£14, starters £6–£14, entrées £16–£25, prix fixe lunch £19/two courses or £23/three courses, prix fixe dinner £30–£40/includes starter, entrée, dessert, and coffee, puddings £8.50, Sunday roast £18–£24.

    Beer £5, wine and champagne £5.50–£12.50/glass or £22–£71+/bottle, cocktails £10.50–£11.50.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Trendy and smart: suits, chinos, polos, bright summer dresses, designer skirts, monolithic sunglasses.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Any Sunday to join the lunch crowd, though any night is worth checking out to see what all this fuss is about.

  • Close By

    The Clarendon (123a Clarendon Road) is an airy pub with a simple but classy décor and a tasty selection of craft cocktails and amped-up gastropub fare, both of which are best enjoyed from the lovely rooftop terrace.

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