The Roebuck

122 Chiswick High Road , London, W4 1PU

1 reviews

39 Gastropub Chiswick

SquareMeal Review of The Roebuck

Though firmly in the gastropub mould, this capacious rendezvous doesn’t neglect its liquid assets. Sink into a Chesterfield or take a pew in the wood-panelled bar, & sample Cotswold wheat beer or wild berry cider from the frequently changing inventory. Alternatively, order a glass from the varied wine list & stroll round to the expansive dining area with its striking art-deco light fittings, polished wooden flooring & mismatched furniture. Here, the busy kitchen works to a daily menu featuring plenty of interesting dishes from smoked haddock risotto cake with a poached egg to sea bream & aubergine stew with chorizo – although you’ll also find reassuringly familiar dishes such as game terrine with pickled red cabbage or grilled côte de boeuf with chips. Outside, a verdant beer garden is popular in summer.

The Roebuck is recommended for

Traditional | Child Friendly | Sunday Roast | Beer Garden | Outside Seating

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Turnham Green Station 258m

Turnham Green Tube Station 326m

Address

Address: 122 Chiswick High Road , London W4 1PU

Area: Chiswick

Opening times

Mon-Sat 11am-11pm Sun 12N-10.30pm

Nearby Landmarks

Tabard Theatre 327m

Hogarth Roundabout 824m

Details

Cuisine: Gastropub

Lunch: £5 (1 course)

8.0

Food & Drink: 7.0

Service: 9.0

Atmosphere: 9.0

Value: 7.0

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 3.0

Carolina the Diner bronze reviewer 24 April 2011

The starter of Buffalo mozzarella, crushed broad bean, mint & rocket salad, lemon oil was generous with fresh salad leaves, large chunks of tangy high quality mozzarella, moist broad beans and a perfectly suited dressing. I would return just to experience this starter again, but I might have trouble convincing my dining partner to join me – her Grilled mackerel Niçoise salad starter was disappointing, lacking a dressing to pull all the ingredients together. The dried cherry tomato, pesto & parmesan risotto was large but utterly boring. The dried tomatoes were hard unless mixed for a while with the risotto, and it felt like it was missing a really punchy pesto and perhaps some crunchy toasted pine nuts on top would have improved it. The sausage and mash main course was unremarkable with slightly tough sausages.