If you visit one new wine bar in West London this year, Vindinista is the one. It’s a true independent (run by local wine expert Paola Tich) with a warm, intimate atmosphere.
As well as being a great introduction to coffee newbies, I’d say this course is excellent for someone who knows a bit about coffee already. Alessandro dived straight into some more advanced concepts and I was instantly interested in everything he had to talk about.
Jackson & Rye caused quite a stir when the opened up on the high road. Six months on, does it justify the hype?
A solid pub with decent gastro food, an interesting wine list, and very attentive service
Vinoteca is a buzzing, cosy wine bar in the heart of Chiswick’s “indie quarter”, the lovely Devonshire Road. If you enjoy exploring wines from around the world, or if you are looking for a chic grown-up wine bar to savour a long chat with friends over a decent bottle, then you won’t go wrong here.
Voted one of “Top 25 most romantic restaurants in the UK” by diners on the TopTable restaurant, Quantus in Chiswick is a smart-casual, highly affordable fine dining restaurant in Devonshire Road serving a delicious eclectic cuisine with a South American influence.
Underwhelmed by the quality of the food, and overwhelmed by the price. There are a number of far superior sushi joints within 10 minutes walking distance. Try Minato a few minutes walk towards Hammersmith, or the lovely, tiny, family-run Makato on Devonshire Road.