One day in West London

Wael Makki | Date posted - 20 Jun 2019
Chiswick, South Kensington, Notting Hill; West London is full of parks, restaurants, bars, and cultural attractions. So if you’re in town for a few days, you should definitely take at least one day to visit West London. We’ve put together our favourite spots and activities to do in the area, have a great day!

Manuka Kitchen – for a tasty brunch

Good morning! If there’s one thing London does very well, it’s serving up boss brunches. So if you’re in Fulham and fancy something fruity, fizzy or a little stronger, start your day the right way at Manuka Kitchen. Their delicious brunch is served from 10 am every day and it features everything you crave for in the morning, from the big classics like egg Benedict, French toast or blueberry pancakes to signature and unique dishes. The food is yummy, the coffee is good, and for those of you who enjoy a little drink in the morning (I mean, isn’t it the whole point of brunching?), their cocktail menu is exquisite. Manuka Kitchen is the brunch spot we adore the most in West London. These guys are also genius when it comes to lunch and dinner, so check out their menu and make sure to book your spot!

The Thames Path – for a nice walk after brunch

The walk follows the river Thames upstream between Putney Bridge and Barnes. It’s an easy, four miles walk (which you don’t have to do entirely, of course) and it’s a great opportunity to relax and enjoy beautiful views of the city without all the annoying tourists. It’s also a great spot to jog (highly inadvisable after a heavy brunch and a few drinks).

Guste REMO – your spot for lunch

What’s best for lunch than a good plate of pasta to recharge your batteries. Guste REMO is a casual Italian restaurant that serves delicious traditional plates, cooked with modern flair. It’s located in Paddington and it must be your next stop for lunch. You’ll find a full menu including, not only amazing pasta and pizza, but also delicious steaks and seafood, as well as vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Make sure to finish up with their strong Italian coffee and, please, try one of their desserts, they’re delectable. Their Nutella cheesecake was love at first *taste. And it is highly addictive, we warned you!

Discover Notting Hill

Visit one of London’s most famous neighbourhood. It’s full of colours, bright houses and precious mews. And trust us, there’s a lot more to see than just a house with a blue door. Go shopping on the famous Portobello Road market, have a drink in one of their cute and independent cafés, or simply walk around and enjoy the wonderful neighbourhood.

Kricket Television Center – for an afternoon drink

What time is it? Cocktail time! Kricket Television Center is a cocktail bar and restaurant, located inside the BBC Studios and featuring a lip-smacking drink menu to be enjoyed on their al fresco terrace. Not a big cocktail fan? They’ve got a great selection of fresh wines that are perfect for the upcoming summer days, as well as great snacks and dishes for the hungry ones. Also, their garden terrace offers views of the studios, you might be lucky and see a movie being shot. Let’s just hope it includes Zac Efron.

Roxie Steak Fulham – dinner time!

You’ve had a long, tiring day, and it’s time to relax over a good steak at Roxie Steak. Located in Fulham, Roxie Steak is the spot to head when in the mood for meat. Ribs, chicken, sirloin steak, flat iron steak, rump steak, they’ve them all! All locally sourced and freshly cooked, they’ve also got a few vegetarian. And just because a good steak should always be accompanied by a good drink, they’ve put together an atomic cocktails and wine menu. Book your spot now, we’ll “meat” you there!

Little Bird – One last drink!

Little Bird is a stylish award-winning cocktail lounge and restaurant, located in Chiswick, and just perfect to finish off your day (and start the night?). Mojito, Cosmopolitan, Margarita; they’ve got the big classics alongside more than ten premium cocktails that have been designed and created by their experienced and incredible team of mixologists. The outstanding chefs prepare Pan Asian cuisine, with sharing plates and bowls. It’s fresh, it’s delicious, and it’s ideal if you’re in the mood for a late-night snack. Also, if you pop in earlier, their happy hour is available every week day from 5 to 7pm with cocktails at £5.95 and prosecco at 50% off.
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