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I didn't know the restaurant and to be honest we ended up there by luck. We entered and the restaurant was half full. We asked if we can sit near to the window and the host kindly let us. We ordered two mains and a...More
Good Seafood at reasonable prices .
The mussels were excellent .
The service is a bit hit and miss .
I think they tried a bit too hard on the interior decoration .
The bench seating in alcoves looks good but isn’t that practical ....More
Love this place. I had the spicy langoustine linguine and for the price they were very generous with the langoustine! We were there to celebrate my niece's birthday and we loved how at the end the waitress who by the way was amazing from start...More
Bucket is a fantastic seafood restaurant situated in Westbourne grove ✨
➡ Spicy langoustine linguine
➡ A small bucket of mussels in lobster bisque & brandy
➡ Snow crab mac & cheese
➡ Raw sampler of salmon and cucumber ceviche, seabass crudo and...More
Nice decor and atmosphere, friendly staff but service was a little confusing when it came to ordering drinks. Octopus salad was tasty, big mussels but were a little too cold for me. The Crab mac and cheese was delicious. The fritto misto was sooo salty!...More
I have been here twice now. Both times there was a good menu (which has some interesting options) and the food was very satisfying. Also the butter that comes with the bread is amazing. Friendly service & relaxed atmosphere. Will be back.
We stopped at Bucket for dinner on a Thursday evening and what a lovely place. The seafood was excellent and we would definitely recommend the cuttlefish and cockles with chorizo. Super cool atmosphere, lovely environment, great service, a little gem. We are definitely going back.
I stumbled across this little gem while walking to another restaurant. I was sold as soon as I saw oysters on the menu. It seems that I arrived at "happy hour" which meant that oysters were £1 each with any bottle of wine, bucket of...More
We stopped in here for dinner one night by happenstance after strolling along reading menus at every restaurant on the street. The staff were lovely, the atmosphere was cozy, and the food was great. I also particularly recommend the strawberry-basil-gin cocktail -- one of the...More
As West London's friskiest corner, Notting Hill more than manages to retain plenty of the same appeal that's brought the affluent area so much worldwide attention. In this attractive cobblestoned neighborhood, a delectable variety of eateries, independent shops, galleries and street vendors offer a delightful window into how to live the good life in London, with each presenting visitors with an
experience that's a little more idiosyncratic and endearing than the last. Travelers looking to forage for antiques should be sure to visit the Portobello Road Market on Saturdays, the largest antiques market in the United Kingdom.