Review on Duke of Sussex
Yet another born-again Chiswick boozer, the Duke of Sussex has traded its pool table, sports TV and Elvis nights for a serious tilt at gastropub foodie thrills. It's a high-ceilinged place that now boasts chandeliers, monochrome photos of old Chiswick on the walls, low lights and rich woodwork. A large central bar dominates the front area, while diners congregate in the restaurant at the back.
The kitchen delivers British staples mixed up with a raft of rustic Spanish dishes, and the choice varies from day to day. It's a intriguing amalgam that finds faggots, pea soup, brawn and ubiquitous 28-day aged steak with chips keeping company with salt cod croquettes, Andalusian garlic soup, unctuous fabada (pork and white bean stew) and heartwarming Galician fish stew.
Puds tend to favour the English nursery, with blackberry and apple crumble, strawberry fool and honeycomb ice cream high on the agenda. Real ales are on tap and the wine list is devoted entirely to the Old World (drink by the glass or 375ml carafe).
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 until
Dinner: 11.00pm (11.30pm Fri & Sat, 10.30pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card