Cocotte Notting Hill
Your Restaurant for Relaxed Casual Dining in WEst London

Nestled in the heart of Notting Hill, Cocotte offers a unique dining experience that combines laid-back ambiance with mouthwatering dishes. Our local favourite has become a staple in the community, thanks to our commitment to fresh food ingredients, home-made breakfast menu meals, and genuine hospitality whether you're in the mood for an unforgettable bottomless brunch or a leisurely all-day dining experience.

Contact Details

Opening Hours

Monday - Wednesday:  12pm — 9:30pm

Thursday - Friday:  12pm — 10pm

Saturday:  11am — 10pm

Sunday:  11am — 9pm

Weekend Brunch:  10am — 4pm


From brunch delights to delectable all-day options and vegan options, there's always something exciting to explore at Cocotte.

How to get to Cocotte Notting Hill 

By Car: Cocotte Notting Hill is conveniently located at 95 Westbourne Grove, near Portobello Road. For those using navigation systems, our postcode is W2 4UW. Please be aware that parking restrictions apply in the area.

By Tube: The closest Underground stations to Cocotte Notting Hill are Notting Hill Gate, Bayswater, Queensway, and Royal Oak. From any of these stations, it's just a short walk to the restaurant.

By Bus: Numerous bus routes service the Notting Hill area, with stops conveniently located close to Westbourne Grove. Routes 7, 23, 27, 28, 31, 70, 328, and C1 all have stops within walking distance to Cocotte.

These instructions are intended to serve as a general guide and the details should be checked for accuracy with the most up-to-date local information provided by local authorities in London.

Best Bottomless Brunch in Notting Hill

Indulge in a weekend brunch experience that's both luxurious and memorable at Cocotte. Revel in the ambiance, savor our culinary delights, and let the bubbles elevate your mood. Here's what to expect when you join us:

  • Every Saturday and Sunday, 11am to 5pm, enjoy unlimited sparkling wine.
  • £25 per person for 90 minutes from the first order.
  • Pair with a main dish: brunch specialty, salad, or signature chicken with a side.
  • Attentive servers ensure continuous refills.
  • One-glass-per-person rule maintained.
  • Drink choice remains the same throughout the visit.

Scroll down to see the full Brunch Menu. 

Brunch Menu

Full Cocotte
Nduja beans, egg parfait, sourdough toast, sausage, mushroom, bacon, grilled tomato.
Vegan Scrambled Eggs
Vegan Scrambled Eggs, sordough toast, grilled tomato.
Ham Benedict
Ham, poached eggs, english muffin, hollandaise,
Kale Benedict
Kale, poached eggs, english muffin, hollandaise,
Crispy Chicken Burger 
Panko crusted chicken thigh, monteray jack cheese, pickled red cabbage, gherkins, brioche bun, alabama sauce, fries. 
Avocado Toast
Crushed Avocado, sourdough toast, edamame beans, pesto, torched cherry tomatoes, rocket.
Sweet Waffles
Creme Fresh, caramelised banana, berries, maple syrup, basil.

What to do in Notting Hill after brunch at Cocotte

Notting Hill is not just any ordinary neighborhood – it's bursting with energy and character. Wander through its charming streets, where each corner holds a surprise waiting to be discovered. With its diverse community and rich history, Notting Hill offers a unique blend of cultures, traditions, and flavors that will leave you wanting more.


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Holland Park and Kyoto Gardens

One of the most beloved parks in Notting Hill is Holland Park. Just a short walk away from the iconic Kensington Palace, this park offers a serene escape with its stunning gardens and diverse plant life. A highlight of Holland Park is the Japanese Kyoto Garden—a true oasis within an oasis. This meticulously designed garden features traditional Japanese elements such as stone lanterns, koi ponds, and lush vegetation.
Family Activity

Diana Memorial Playground

The Diana Memorial Playground is a must-visit destination for families looking to spend a fun-filled day in Notting Hill. As you step into the playground, you'll be greeted by a life-sized pirate ship that serves as the centerpiece. Kids can climb aboard and let their imaginations run wild as they pretend to sail the seven seas. Surrounding the ship, there are numerous play areas with swings, slides, and climbing frames that will keep your little ones entertained for hours.
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Cocotte is London's favourite spot for relaxed, casual dining, renowned for our fantastic bottomless brunch and all-day dining options.
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