5 Restaurants, 5 Looks With This Girl About Town
5 Restaurants, 5 Looks With This Girl About Town

5 Restaurants, 5 Looks With This Girl About Town

From cool cafés to fancy restaurants, London’s dining scene calls for an eclectic mix of looks. Here, stylish Notting Hill local Federica Labanca shares her favourite hotspots and go-to outfits…

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Bluebelles, 320 Portobello Road

Breakfast at Bluebelles always hits just right. Its breakfast stack is my favourite thing to have on a Sunday morning before a walk around Portobello. Sundays call for off-duty vibes – which usually means a pair of loose trousers, a t-shirt and an oversized blazer. I never leave the house without throwing on some vintage earrings, too.

Visit BluebellesOfPortobello.com

Mortimer House, 37-41 Mortimer Street

On days full of meetings, Mortimer House is one of my favourite spots in London to enjoy some down time. On a weekday, I’d normally wear something chic but cool, like this knitted dress, vintage Ralph Lauren shirt and vintage Karen Millen boots. You’ll never catch me in flats during the week – my workout is running around in heels! These By Alona earrings are the newest addition to my jewellery collection.

Visit MortimerHouse.com

Golborne Wines, 100-102 Golborne Road

I’m Italian and can’t resist a good aperitivo. My weekly treat is the Golborne Deli’s cheese and charcuterie board with my favourite Primitivo and a friend. For this type of evening, it’s all about elevated casual dressing. These Cultnaked low-waisted jeans, this chic top and my signature oversized blazer with my Dior Lady Art bag are the perfect combination.

Visit GolborneFineWineDeli.com

Cépage, 69 Westbourne Park Road

When I’m craving something a little fancier, I’ll go to Cépage – a French restaurant with the best cheese in London. Aperitivo is something that happens straight after work, so I would wear what I’m wearing for my meetings, like this Gucci silk shirt, yellow Chanel and my go-to Manolos – all of which came from Sign Of The Times, my favourite second-hand spot.

Visit Cepages.co.uk

Dorian, 105-107 Talbot Road

I love trying new local restaurants and I recently discovered Dorian – no name on the front door, big windows, incredible food with a New York atmosphere and an amazing wine selection. Dinner out is always a chance to dress up – I would normally go for something like this beautiful Danamé black dress with big gold earrings and some killer boots.

Visit DorianRestaurant.com

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