star4.0 ·
place135 Portland Rd, London W11 4LW英國
phone+44 20 7229 8331


Elle Judge

Julie's was recommended by a work college and I was sold on the description of it's 70's style vibe that the restaurant has going on. So we booked ourselves in - a group of 10 - for an evening meal in one of the private rooms downstairs. Honestly? While I can see that a place would like to hold on to what made it so charming back in the day, it just makes it feel dated and tired. There's nothing charming about the decor, it just looks as though they haven't been bothered to even try to make it nice. What's worse is the complete contrast of old decor with a whited out dining alcove just off from the main little area where you wait before taking your seat at your table. We all had the 'Sunday lunch' - which wasn't much to shout about either. It wasn't very warm, the food was bland and uninventive. The staff were fairly slow to serve us too, which was a little annoying as there were long waits between servings and we were sat for a good while waiting for drinks etc after having ordered them.

Andrew Wye

Always liked it at its stylish, low-key, laid-back best. Perfect place to take a date - which I was doing regularly for ten years and always found the right atmosphere - in fact it was such a cool place, I even wrote a screenplay about it - coincidentally also called Julie's Bar - drawing on some of the characters circulating within its gravitational field. (Any resemblance living or dead - purely chance!) Staff were always great and helpful, food always pleasurably edible. What all bars should be like.

Jade Pearn

Top date spot - very romantic and actually reasonably priced. Food was delicious. Would be an ideal location for an event dinner - baby shower, birthday etc as it's just so beautiful and has little secluded areas.

Kimberly Mansfield

One of my finest meals in London, the lobster risotto. Charming and unique fine dining experience. Have a wander throughout the entire restaurant so you can see all the differently decorated rooms.

Gori Yahaya

Very much a celeb spotting restaurant. Tucked away between holland park and notting hill it's a beautiful french restaurant with two floors and a very warm cosy atmosphere. the menus is pricey but the quality is incredibly high. Good spot for a first date - if you have a pretty penny to spend.

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