A new addition to the Spaghetti House family keeps up the good traditions.
Persian cuisine augmented by hookah pipes, silk cushions and ornate table cloths.
A Cotswolds feel round the corner from the Queens Club mixes traditional pub ambience with aspiring gastropub sensibility.
All very South Ken – and it was apparently Princess Diana’s local and favourite.
When is a gastropub not a gastropub? When it’s one of Geronimo Inns’ ‘food pubs’, apparently.
Bill Wyman’s Sticky Fingers, opened in 1989, is packed with rock and roll memorabilia – Stones paintings, pictures and platinum albums.
On the bar are a hookah pipe and an ornate bird cage, conjuring up ideas of Tunisia.
Authentic Indian street food for a London audience in a relaxed, spacious setting.
Co-owned by Rick Stein, Sam Harrison and Rebecca Mascarenhas, this understated Chiswick joint offers modern British cooking.
Walking down Turnham Green Terrace, one spies a bounty of ocean treasures all laid out on a mammoth fishmonger’s slab.