Plenty of Middle-Eastern restaurants on Chiswick High Road, and this is one I’d not recommend based on dining there once. If you’re looking for good Lebanese dining – as opposed to a pleasant restaurant essentially serving kebab-calibre fayre, then perhaps Shams is not the place for dinner tonight.
Pyjama Breakfast are a unique company offering breakfast delivered straight to your door in Chiswick. They are certainly worth a try!
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?
Great Vietnamese street food, stylish interior and food, really great fresh flavours, attentive staff. A winning formula, and one that will work in Chiswick.
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.