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Bumpkin (Country Brasserie)

209 Westbourne Park Rd. Send to Phone
Underground: Westbourne Park/Ladbroke Grove
A slice of would-be rural life in Notting Hill.
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Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
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Bumpkin (Country Brasserie) Restaurant Review

: The country farmhouse style at Bumpkin is done rather well with enough mismatched china and pretty wallpaper as decoration. There are two parts: the downstairs brasserie that is always heaving, and the more serious upstairs restaurant. Service is friendly and the place is relaxing and informal. The ambience stretches to the menu with starters like dressed Cornish crab and portobello mushrooms with a cheddar Welsh rarebit, and Charter Pie (chicken, leeks, mushrooms, ham hock and cream) or slow-roasted pork belly with apple celeriac mash for mains. Side orders are as fresh and seasonal as the rest of the menu. Where they can, the kitchen uses organic produce, but doesn't tie itself into the only-organic straightjacket. Gluten-free options are available and there’s a selection of super-healthy dishes from Monday through Saturday, such as an organic quinoa and seven seed pancake, with beets, tenderstem broccoli and cucumber, giving way to a traditional roast on Sunday. The wine list has lots of options by the glass; otherwise try some of the draught beers. There are other branches in South Kensington, Chelsea and Westfield Mall, Stratford.

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