Where to eat in West London

Tuesday 14 April 2015 by Hollie Swain West London boasts a wealth of fine restaurants in a variety of prestigious locations, but it also knows that a good hearty British dish is enough to satisfy most.

Where to eat

Maggie Jones’ has long been a favourite haunt with all the locals in its residence of Kensington, tucked away in a little cul-de-sac off the High Street. Serving traditional classic British dishes, such as Steak and Kidney Pie and Grilled Rack of English Lamb, in a warm and cosy ambience with friendly and passionate staff, this restaurant really is a treat for a relaxing lunch or dinner with friends, family and loved ones.

The Ledbury is a gourmet fine dining experience in the heart of trendy Notting Hill, serving up gastronomic delights created by the Australian two Michelin-starred chef Brett Graham. This is somewhere to enjoy if you’re celebrating a special occasion or have a little extra cash to spend!

The Bluebird in Chelsea, located on the renowned Kings Road, is a spectacular café/restaurant that boasts a bar, café, restaurant, courtyard, food store, wine cellar and bakery all in one! Upstairs you’ll find the contemporary and elegant restaurant and bar, whilst downstairs you can enjoy breakfast, coffee, lunch or dinner in the slightly more relaxed café and courtyard.

Mamounia Lounge is an award-winning authentic Middle Eastern restaurant and bar located in Knightsbridge. Enjoy delicious Moroccan dishes that reflect the culture of Marrakech, within a beautifully furnished and decorated interior that expresses the true vibrancy, colour and passion of this exotic cuisine and country.

Want to find out more?

This is just a small selection of some of our favourite restaurants in the area, so to find out more information on all the great places to eat in West London, take a look here. SACO serviced apartments offer modern apartments that create the perfect home-from-home experience – much needed after a busy day in the city.

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