The aptly named Broadcaster is a lively pub and dining room housed inside the former BBC Television Centre at White City. If you're in the area and in need of a bite to eat and a drink, The Broadcaster couldn't be easier to get to - it's right opposite Wood Lane station.
The Broadcaster is every bit the contemporary British pub, offering great atmosphere, a wide selection of drinks and a menu of modern British pub dishes. The all-day menu features a whole host of gastropub favourites - there's a cheeseburger made with aged beef, streaky bacon and green tomato relish, a rare-breed sirloin steak with bone marrow sauce, and breaded haddock with triple-cooked chips. There are plenty of other options too, including a solid range of interesting vegan and vegetarian options - try out the heritage beetroot and white bean burger, a kale and pickled strawberry salad, or a vegan farmer's board of pickles, fritters and cheeses.
There are other menus available too - The Broadcaster whips up brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, as well as serving a cracking Sunday roast, with choice between roast chicken, beef, pork belly and a beetroot, mushroom and lentil veggie Wellington. If you've still got room for dessert by the end, there are a few simple but satisfying sweets too, from a rich dark chocolate mousse with hazelnut praline, to a classic egg custard tart with poached rhubarb and rhubarb sorbet.
On the drinks front, beer fans are well served with a good selection of beers on draught and in bottles, but there's plenty more to choose from. The wine list focuses on Europe and includes skin contact wine as well as more traditional choices, and there are signature cocktails and spritzes too.
If you're in the area for a drink and a bite to eat, head up to the Broadcaster's rooftop terrace on sunnier days and catch a few rays with a glass of something cold in hand. The Aerial Rooftop hosts live bands and DJs regularly, as well as barbecues, rooftop yoga and more.