Serving up a delightful array of dishes, all of which have been inspired by the Colonial era in a sweet and stylish setting, The Jam Tree Chelsea is one of our favourite restaurants near Fulham. Boasting its own late licence, a sun soaked beer garden, outdoor bar and BBQ area with DJ's playing from 10pm, you won't want to miss out on this one on a warm evening.
Restaurants in Fulham
Fulham, you've heard of it right? Possibly one of the most affluent areas in London? Sure you have. Boasting one of the very first Michelin starred gastro pubs and birthplace to none other than the little wizard himself, Harry Potter aka. Daniel Radcliffe, Fulham is bustling with bistro diners, upmarket restaurants and glitzy eateries that will send your stomach in a flutter. Check out our recommendations for the best restaurants in Fulham and discover the lengths that these venues will go to for top notch grub.
With over 100 different kinds of wine to sip by the glass, Vagabond is one of the best places to drink in Fulham. Pair your thirst-quenching drink with a choice of small plates, sharing platters and juicy steaks from the seasonal menu.
Made in Chelsea star Lucy Watson is opening up her very first restaurant, and it will be completely vegan. Tell Your Friends is a Fulham spot that combines healthy and nutritious food with a yoga studio.
Located just minutes from Eel Book Common, this west London watering hole not only brings you a head-turning selection of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails, but there's even a show-stopping menu with culinary creations like a mackerel and chorizo 'Big Mack.'
Looking for somewhere to eat in Fulham and hoping for more casual tidings? One of the most charming pubs in Fulham Village, join The Rose for charming gastro bites and a top selection bites in a laid-back, boozer led atmosphere.
While a pub by nature, that's not stopped Duke On The Green getting a name for itself as one of the best places to eat in Fulham. Join them as they soar through a British selection of seasonal plates that blend between brunch, dinner and Sunday roasts combined.
Goat DINE is a charming restaurant in Fulham, serving a New York Italian style menu alongside wood fired pizza, grilled meats and salads. This is a drinking and dining space set across three floors: the ground floor exists as a relaxed restaurant, whilst the upstairs is a stylish all day cocktail bar, known as Goat DRINK. Book now to enjoy dinner and drinks at one of the top Fulham restaurants.
Whether you're after a delicious brunch, traditional Sunday roast or refreshing cocktail, Boma Green can do it all, and better yet - it won't break the bank.
Located right next to the Broadway, this converted Edwardian Railway station is a lovely little hangout for lunch or dinner. Pop into one of the many great eateries before chilling with some drinks on some station-inspired furnishings.
Ideal for a light lunch, a swift half after lunch, a bite to eat before a trip to Stamford Bridge, or even a warm up for a big night out, The Chelsea Ram is a lovely pub that matches the spice of life in this area of South West London. The daily changing menu serves up a selection of salmon and haddock fishcakes, sauteed spinach, pancetta and fresh tomato sauce, roast pheasant breast, parisienne potatoes, sprouts and parsnips.