Stores

312 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, W10 5RU

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Notting Hill

Services

Routine exam
Frame repairs and adjustments
Lens changes
Bespoke services
Wheelchair accessible, excluding eye examination room

Opening hours

Monday - Saturday 10am-6pm
Sunday 12pm-6pm
Closed Monday 19th for the bank holiday

Address

312 Portobello Road,
Notting Hill,
London,
W10 5RU

Perched on the corner of Portobello and Golborne Road, Cubitts Notting Hill occupies a space that was once a bakery that catered to the local Portuguese community. Inside the store, design cues are taken from the extensive work of Ernő Goldfinger, including his nearby brutalist masterpiece the Trellick Tower, his Elephant and Castle Odeon Cinema, and his own home at Willow Road in Hampstead. The neighbourhood's nickname, "Little Morocco", serves as inspiration for a colour palette of terracotta and jewel toned acetate.

Our stores have their own collection of bespoke, made-to-order frames, offered in 140 acetate colours or ethically-sourced water buffalo horn. Available exclusively at this location is The Notting Hill Collection, four frames inspired by the surrounding streets and the varied uses of the buildings within them including the popular Portobello whose shape takes inspiration from the popular Pastel de Nata and the portugeuse bakeries of Portobello Road.

About Notting Hill

This store is open and offers all of our regular services, including frame repairs and adjustments, lens changes and spectacle fittings, and eye examinations. This store is wheelchair accessible, but the eye examination room regrettably is not.

We have been working hard to ensure our store and our team are able to meet you safely. Please expect additional safety measures to be in place during your visit.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Design Notes

Perched on the corner of Portobello and Golborne Road, Cubitts Notting Hill occupies a space that was once a bakery that catered to the local Portuguese community. Inside the store, design cues are taken from the extensive work of Ernő Goldfinger, including his nearby brutalist masterpiece the Trellick Tower, his Elephant and Castle Odeon Cinema, and his own home at Willow Road in Hampstead. The neighbourhood's nickname, "Little Morocco", serves as inspiration for a colour palette of terracotta and jewel toned acetate.