Restaurants in West London

With all sorts of fabulous eateries and restaurants popping up all over the place, deciding on restaurants in West London can sometimes seem like a chore. You needn't be overwhelmed by what might appear to be an ocean of choice - we have constructed a list of some of the best restaurants in West London, whipping up a delightful array of dishes inspired by cuisines and cultures from across the globe. 

Last updated on 26th October 2020




Blue Boat

17 user reviews 4

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Located right on the Thames in Hammersmith, The Blue Boat is inspired by the water it resides on. The West London restaurant has nautical interior decorations to really hone in on The Blue Boat namesake. Both their drink and food menus embody classic pub grub--plenty of brew and ale options and hearty meats with chips on the side. A West London restaurant with the comfort of a neighborhood pub at sea sounds like a no brainer.

The Hero of Maida

15 user reviews 5

The Hero of Maida is a British gastropub serving up classic British and French cuisine as well as sumptuous Sunday roasts, with slow-braised lamb shoulder and 45-day aged Hereford sirloin stealing the show come the weekend. The pared-back interiors feature antique artwork, muted blue tones and cosy leather armchairs.

YO! Kitchen

5 user reviews 1

Head over to Westfield in Shepherd's Bush for the chance to tuck into an exciting new range of dishes at YO! Kitchen. The latest addition to the YO! Sushi family, they'll be serving up some cool contemporary takes on Japanese cuisine, including sashimi pizzas and popcorn shrimp.

Just off Fulham Road, Gordon Ramsay's Maze Grill Park Walk is churning out delicious all-day dining options. The casual space is all about high quality dishes, including aged steaks and bottomless brunches. Stop by on a Saturday afternoon for their sushi menu, which includes free-flowing prosecco and several courses of Japanese nosh.

Paradise By Way of Kensal Green is the place to go if you're wanting to dance off your dinner. Serving up seasonal and sustainable British produce, guests can enjoy Morecambe Bay shrimp, Lonk Lamb or Dorset Lobsters before getting down and dirty to some of the best DJs in London, and all sorts of other entertainment, including live music acts, comedy shows and vintage fayres.

The Marquis of Westminster

137 user reviews 5

With delicious food and a stunning wine selection, this gastro pub in Pimlico is one of the best restaurants in West London. Whether you're heading in for a long lunch, a late brunch, a Sunday roast or a Saturday evening date, it's menus offer a hearty mix of new and old pub classics, with something for every palette.

The Oak W12

43 user reviews 5

Situated just a stone's throw away from Ravenscourt Park, The Oak W12 is a cosy neighbourhood restaurant, known for it's welcoming service and a mouth-watering menu of Mediterranean-style dishes. Head here midweek for a feast of tapas-style sharing plates and wood-fired pizzas.

Pho Chiswick

47 user reviews 5

This Vietnamese eatery on Chiswick High Road is a great family-friendly restaurant with menu of dishes that's sure to wet anyone's appetite. From aromatic curries to their signature noodle soup, healthy salads to perfect sharing platters, have an explore of their menu and dig in. 

The Bird in Hand

25 user reviews 4

Located on Masbro Road in W14, the menu at The Bird in The Hand consists of innovative and unique small plates such as polpette al sugo and grilled tuna loin served with samphire, clams and cider. Boasting dreamy interiors and a well-stocked bar, it's the perfect place to hole up on a dark night.

Beaufort House Chelsea

186 user reviews 4

This plush private members club is one of the best restaurants in Chelsea. Immaculately furnished from tip to toe, the venue offers a relaxed yet super stylish atmosphere in which to treat yourself. The menu is vast and covers all bases – we'd recommend the Beaufort House Burger and Rib Eye Steak in particular – and torrents of wine, cocktails and champagne provide the support act.

The Porchester

68 user reviews 4

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Based on Bishop's Bridge Road, the Porchester has become a favourite spot for locals living in West London. The pub certainly doesn't lack character. With brightly coloured beams connecting the floors to the ceiling and a handful of bright seats spread across the venue, the entire pub is balanced by simple, wooden floors and a similarly plain bar. Of course, as with most metropolitan pub, the food and drink served here is of the highest standards. Alongside the collection of cask ales and craft beers, the venue's talented chefs have curated a food menu of traditional recipes and gastro pub treats. Think heart roast dinners, perfectly cooked steaks and burgers fit to burst.