Bustling wine bar, soothing sitting room, cosy bistro, four private dining rooms, convivial heated courtyard – this deceptively spacious venue has a space to suit most occasions. The 17th-century building (once a police station & stables) features oak panelling, polished wooden flooring & exposed brick walls displaying original artwork. The well-heeled denizens of Chiswick come here in numbers, with Sunday roasts proving especially popular. At other times, the menu yo-yos between timeworn Euro classics (Parma ham with melon & rocket, herb sausages with mash, beef stroganoff) & more modern ideas (wild sea bass with roasted fennel, green beans & saffron sauce). Desserts are in the banoffi pie/tiramisu/sticky toffee pudding mould. Tapas-style snacks & sharing platters are available in the bar, along with a choice of more than 150 wines.
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