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Restaurants in West London

Shopping and dining are often found side-by-side, and this fact can be seen in full force on the streets of West London. Shops and restaurants mix together in the crowd of commerce, and some of the best stores also include good dining.

Every kind of eatery can be found in West London. Mayfair is dominated by high-class hotels and luxury restaurants. Over in Notting Hill, lively brasseries dominate the menu. Overall, West London offers everything from small independent places to the restaurants of celebrity chefs.

The West London Restaurant Guide
Restaurant Michael Nadra - Chiswick
Michael Nadra' CV reads like a tour of the London gastro-scene taking in such heavyweights as Pétrus, Chez Bruce, La Trompette and - most recently - The Ebury
Cotidie - Marylebone
Cotidie meaning 'everyday' in Latin is a beautifully sculptured restaurant, with a minimalist décor in neutral colours of cream and chocolate brown
Pescatori - Fitzrovia
A popular neighbourhood restaurant for over 45 years & given the piscatorial name, meaning fishermen in English, it's no surprise that seafood is one of the specialities of this Italian restaurant
Babylon - Kensington
Set one hundred feet above Kensington High Street in central London, The Roof Gardens and Babylon Restaurant are absolutely amazing, the wow factor alone has to put Babylon on the 'must dine there' list
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Bayswater Bloomsbury Chiswick
Ealing Fitzrovia Hammersmith
Holland Park Kensal Green Kensington
Maida Vale Marble Arch Marylebone
Mayfair Notting Hill Olympia
Oxford Circus Paddington Piccadilly
Piccadilly Circus Shepherd's Bush Soho
Tottenham Court Road

Just as West London hosts restaurants of every size and shape, it is also the place to find every kind of cuisine. Assaggi, a great gastropub in Notting Hill, offers delicate Italian flavours, while theatrical Korean cooking can be found at Koba in Bloomsbury. Gymkhana offers some of the best Indian food around, and Ozer feeds the hungry crowds of Oxford Circus with exotic Middle Eastern cuisine. It's not all about flavours from distant shores, though. Places like Babylon in Kensington provide familiar British cooking styles, and the Truscott Arms specialises in modern European cooking with favourites from Britain and the continent dominating the menu.

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