Restaurants in Fulham
Home to Italian fine dining and the proud birthplace of none other than The Boy Who Lived (a.k.a. Daniel Radcliffe), Fulham is an affluent neighbourhood bustling with bistro diners, upmarket restaurants or glitzy eateries that will send your stomach in a flutter. Check out our recommendations for restaurants in Fulham to find your next favourite.
Next time you get peckish, mosey on over to Casacosta, a stunning Italian restaurant in Fulham that won't fail to disappoint. Set in the fascinating prohibition era, this spot delivers stunning interiors with a great selection of fine dining dishes, including fried burrata or slow-cooked beef, washed down by fresh cocktails.
Located just minutes from Eel Book Common, this delightful den not only brings you a head-turning selection of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails, but there's even a show-stopping menu. Think culinary creations like mackerel or a chorizo 'Big Mack' at The Tommy Tucker, a great pick of Fulham restaurants.
Ideal for a light lunch or even as the warm-up to a big night out, The Chelsea Ram is a favourite out of Fulham Broadway restaurants. The daily-changing menu serves a selection of salmon and haddock fishcakes, roast pheasant breast, Parisienne potatoes and glorious sides.
While known for DJ-led house parties in the 'living room' and live music on Thursdays, The Little Blue Door is also fronting a delish food menu of truffle mushroom burgers and tempura prawn tacos, alongside bottomless brunches to boot.
A popular restaurant, The Imperial Arms is a top West London spot for pub grub, boozy brunches and live music. The main draw? Its stunning garden room, which comes decorated with bold furnishings and lush foliage.
Out of all the Parsons Green restaurants, Megan's is one of our favourites. From the rose-covered ceiling topping off the charming space, to the menu of Mediterranean-inspired fare and beautiful brunches, this place is worth a visit.