Sister Jane Townhouse with Cha Cha

Following the success of its previous home in Maida Vale, Cha Cha has put down roots in a four-story corner building (with roof terrace) on Golborne Road, in partnership with London-based vintage-inspired clothing label Sister Jane.

Sister Jane and Cha Cha have joined forces on the ground floor restaurant (perviously home to Southam Street) with a distinctive retro and maximalist vibe. Think: scalloped banquettes, custom orange hexagon gloss tables, spherical lamps and hand-picked vintage pieces straight from the 1970s. 

Dine on an all-day European menu with a Latin twist, developed by Head Chef Anthony Garlando, formerly of Aqua London - featuring an eclectic mix of popular dishes from cachapa corn pancakes with pulled short rib to grilled octopus skewers and bountiful salads. Also expect a soundtrack of Bossa Nova with nightly live DJ sets and hedonistic weekend brunches. 



Ideal For

All-day dining, weekend brunch

Favorite Room

Head upstairs to Notting Hill’s only rooftop bar with spectacular views across the rooftops head downstairs via velvet-clad banisters to a secret garden of whimsical greenery and Italian carousel horses, looking out over the train tracks below.

Signature Dishes

Sea bass ceviche; tempura squid with wasabi mayo and lime; oysters with green tomatillo and jalapeño mint gazpacho; grilled baby gem salad with maple butter, queso fresco and lemon brioche crumble, and dishes from robata grill including a half lobster tail, duck breast and octopus.


There’s a hidden garden room to be found. Head downstairs via the velvet clad banisters to the lower floor, where you’ll find a secret entrance in the antique armoire, open the doors to explore an intimate garden experience where seating is courtesy of Italian carousel horses