The best Fulham restaurants

Looking for a great restaurant in Fulham? We’ve done the hard work so you don’t have to and compiled a handy list of the best. Whatever your budget or taste, SquareMeal is here to help, with a selection of the best Fulham restaurants for every occasion. Locals and tourists alike will find something new and exciting to dine on, as there is quite a lot of variety on offer in the area. Fulham is home to many great restaurants and intriguing concepts, from upmarket Japanese restaurants to cosy vegan eateries, you’re in for a treat. Read on for our pick of the best Fulham restaurants.

Updated on 31 January 2020

Fulham is a pretty area in the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, located in west London. The area is neighboured by upmarket Chelsea, Wandsworth, and Putney, making it a prime real estate location. Fulham has a rich history and is best known for being home to one of the most famous sporting clubs in the world, Chelsea FC. Plus, the Wimbledon tennis club is only a few stops away by tube. The area also encompasses plenty of architectural gems, green spaces, and more. In addition to all this, Fulham is host to lots of wonderful and interesting restaurants. There are fascinating concepts such as a house-share inspired restaurant, a market hall filled with a rotating selection of street food eats, and an authentic Italian restaurant that specialises in gluten-free, farm-fresh food. There’s also one of the best gastropubs in the city in Fulham, which is one of the few such institutions to hold a Michelin star, and leads the pack when it comes to contemporary pub fare. So, whether you’re a sporting fanatic looking for a great meal pre- or post- match, a Fulham resident wanting to try something new in the area, or a tourist passing through, we’ve got something for you. These are SquareMeal’s best Fulham restaurants.  

Upstairs at Amuse

Upstairs at Amuse

51 Parsons Green, London, London, SW6 4JA

Above a buzzing cocktail bar lies an unexpected fine-dining bistro, headed by an enthusiastic team championing farm-fresh ingredients. The dishes are innovative and make great creative use of the seasonal produce, with a modern European menu.
£50 - £79
Modern European
Koji

Koji

58 New Kings Road, Fulham, London, SW6 4LS

Koji is everything you expect of a west London Japanese restaurant, from the chic décor to expensive menus of high-quality fish. There’s plenty to delight the senses from the robata grill to the sushi bar.
£50 - £79
Japanese
Tell Your Friends

Tell Your Friends

175 New King’s Road, London, SW6 4SW

Everything is plant-based at this chic eatery. The menu spans from brunch to bigger plates of veggies, such as the popular Buddha or raw bowl. Also, wine is vegan so there’s quite the selection here.
Under £30
Vegan
The Tommy Tucker

The Tommy Tucker

22 Waterford Road, London, SW6 2DR

This casual, upmarket take on pub food has none of the boring boozer staples; instead dine on braised beef cheek served on a bed of creamy truffle polenta or toothsome ricotta, spinach, and pumpkin gnocchi.
£30 - £49
British
The Brown Cow

The Brown Cow

676 Fulham Road, London, SW6 5SA

This gastropub brings a slice of country to the city, with rustic interiors and menus of contemporary fare, managing to expertly dance between the delicate flavours of lemon sole and decadent, sticky bourbon BBQ ribs.
£30 - £49
Gastropub
Pitanga

Pitanga

Pitanga 220 North End Road, London, W14 9NX

Pitanga is a casual Anglo-Nigerian restaurant, where you can get your fill of slow-cooked goat curry, jollof rice with plantain, fritters, and more. The food is homely and chock-full of bright spices and feisty chillies.
£30 - £49
Joe

Joe's Brasserie

130 Wandsworth Bridge Road, Fulham, London, SW6 2UL

The menu at Joe’s is slightly eclectic with various influences, but the menu rarely changes and the restaurant delivers value for money. The restaurant is often buzzing with a crowd, and brunches are good too.
£30 - £49
International
£30 - £49
The Malt House

The Malt House

17 Vanston Place, London, SW6 1AY

Malt House has retained its Victorian features and charm while serving up an exciting menu of British pub food, with an international tilt. Dine on rumps of lamb, gnocchi, and moqueca, a Brazilian fish stew.
£30 - £49
Gastropub
Al Santo

Al Santo

23 Vanston Place, London, London, SW6 1AZ

Al Santo serves up an eclectic mix of Italian and Greek dishes in a rustic restaurant, decorated with knick-knacks and old bikes. This charming neighbourhood gem does equally tasty renditions of moussaka and homemade gnocchi.
Under £30
Mediterranean
Italian
The Little Blue Door

The Little Blue Door

871-873 Fulham Road, Fulham, London, SW6 5HP

For a buzzy, relaxed affair, with a touch of quirky novelty, The Little Blue Door is where you should be. The restaurant is a faux house-share and dinner is a supper-club, influenced by the ‘housemates’ travels.
International
Market Hall Fulham

Market Hall Fulham

472 Fulham Road, London, SW6 1BY

Set within a beautiful Edwardian-era ticket office, Market Hall offers a range of delicious options from poke bowls to Sri-Lankan hoppers –great for indecisive punters. You’ll want to make several trips to try everything.
Under £30
International
Ardiciocca

Ardiciocca

461-465 North End Road, Fulham, London, SW6 1NZ

This is Italian food that is 100% gluten-free, without compromising on flavour and authenticity. Ardiciocca serves up beautiful handmade pastas and pizzas made with the freshest ingredients, sourced by the team from small farms.
£30 - £49
Italian
Santa Maria Fulham

Santa Maria Fulham

92-94 Waterford Road, Fulham, London, SW6 2HA

Run by two pizza obsessives from Italy, this Neapolitan pizzeria joint will satisfy all your cravings for freshly-baked pizza. The extensive menu certainly delivers on rustic flavours with toppings such as smoky mozzarella and nduja.
Under £30
Pizza
Italian
The Lost Hours

The Lost Hours

541 Kings Road, London, London, SW6 2EB

This gastropub is inspired by pan-Asian flavours and serves up a wonderful selection of bao buns. Think duck leg confit, soft-shelled crab, and agave glazed pork belly stuffed into fluffy buns, with equally lip-smacking sauces.
£30 - £49
Gastropub
The Harwood Arms

The Harwood Arms

Walham Grove, London, London, SW6 1QP

One of the finest gastropubs in the city, this is a top-drawer establishment that proudly holds a Michelin star. The daily menu of contemporary and traditional dishes features the likes of roast partridge with creamed kale.
£30 - £49
Gastropub
One Michelin star
Yucca

Yucca

Yucca 496 Fulham Road, London, London, SW6 5NH

Yucca is a charming Tex-Mex cantina that serves up some hearty renditions of tacos, quesadillas, fajitas, and much more. The veggie burrito, stuffed with corn, butternut squash, aubergine and chilli beans, is a great option.
£30 - £49
Manuka Kitchen

Manuka Kitchen

510 Fulham Road, London, London, SW6 5NJ

This cosy bistro turns out wonderful plates of European-inspired fare curated from excellently sourced ingredients. Manuka Kitchen is all about being nutritious, but also delicious with offerings of stone bass, roasted butternut squash, and more.
£30 - £49
International

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