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The Resting Room at The Distillery

  • Notting Hill
  • After Work
  • ££££

The ground-floor bar of Notting Hill's Distillery stands out for its in-house spirits aging in-venue and it's deep wood and leather decor.

Information

Address
186 Portobello Road, London, W11 1LA
Contact
+44 (0) 20 3034 2233
Opening Times
Monday-Saturday 11.00-00.00
Sunday 11.00-23.00
Insider Information
There's five spirits aging above the bar, all available on tap.

Reviews

  • The Guardian

    The Guardian Says…

    Tasting and distilling now take place in the basement; there is a sleek cocktail bar, the Resting Room, on the ground floor; a bright G&T emporium, GinTonica, above; and three bedrooms at the top. It is London’s first gin hotel, and I couldn’t wait to check in... With 100 gins on the menu, in-room cocktails and the chance to join a three-hour tasting, don’t expect a stay at London’s first gin hotel to be hangover free. At least it’s not far to stagger to bed.

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  • Just Opened London

    Just Opened London Says…

    On the ground floor is The Resting Room. The classic bar serves an eclectic range of spirits, served directly from hand-built barrels suspended above the bar. It features some one-of-a-kind gin blends created by master distiller Jake Burger and his team. There are also distillations of other spirits, including an avocado and olive oil vodka. While we’d never thought to distill these two superfoods together, it sounds like a pretty ­ginius combination. The accompanying British food menu features small plates, as well as Josper grills.

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  • The Telegraph

    The Telegraph Says…

    The Resting Room on the ground floor – with its heavy, wooden bar topped with decorative barrels, and deep red seating booths – takes the weight of the crowds trickling in from Portobello Road. Choose drinks served from the 400L copper pot filled with gin distilled onsite, or another of the numerous hand-blended spirits on offer. Dining here is British through-and-through, from beef cheek cooked in Guinness to salt-baked beets.

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