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.
Restaurant life in Chiswick really is superb; we Chiswickians are lucky enough to host some of London’s very best restaurants. You don’t need to spend an absolute fortune (although it’s possible!) and so take a look through the reviews here to get a good idea of what you can find in and around Chiswick.
If you are looking for something specific (Sunday roast, sushi, fish and chips), just use the search box.
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
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.
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.
Having been pretty excited about the opening of Jamie Oliver’s new restaurant Union Jacks for a while, I took my camera along to the soft opening to get a first-look.
If you are looking for high-end Japanese dining, as of April 2012 this is by far the best restaurant in Chiswick. There are alternatives when it comes to Japanese and Pan-Asian, but the choice of sakes and cocktail menu – not to mention the gorgeous menu – make this the finest Japanese restaurant in the area.
Even with the new Jamie’s resto in town, Franco Manca is still the pizza restaurant of choice in Chiswick. Truly a “Pizza Express Killer” in every way – ambience, quality of ingredients, and, amazingly, price – this restaurant specialises in traditional Neapolitan pizza, sourdough made on-site, gorgeous ingredients, and speedy service.