Hounslow (/ˈhaʊnzloʊ/) is a large commercial town and district in west London, England, 11.1 miles (17.9 km) southwest of Charing Cross. It is the administrative centre of the London Borough of Hounslow. It is identified as a major metropolitan centre in the London Plan.
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4.5 based on 409 reviews
Set in a converted Victorian butchers shop, Le Salon Prive brings classic French cuisine to the leafy London suburb of St Margarets, Twickenham. A homely dining room swirled with relaxed Parisian style features intricate stained glass windows, wicker brasserie furnishings and rustic brickwork, while the seasonally changing menu offers French staples alongside elegant fine dining dishes.
Unknown to me this was the venue of my companions wedding meal 35 years ago. Although the restaurant has changed hands (many times?) The ambience remains the same. Careful restoration kept many features including stained glass windows. Indeed there are photos on wall celebrating filming of a Poirot episode with David Suchet. This French Bistrot style is carried over into the food. We enjoyed a three course meal courtesy of a travel zoo voucher. A restricted choice but we all found something we liked. Food was well cooked and presented and portions were good for this fine dining style. Out of Twickenham centre but very convenient for local station only a few minutes stroll. Will return again- definetly before another 35 years!!
4.5 based on 477 reviews
We took our daughters to Chez Lindsay for an early evening meal. The food is Breton - perfect for family eating. The service is pitched just right attentive without being invasive. The girls felt grown-up but spoiled. They loved the crepes and sorbets. We enjoyed fish and crepes suzette. Well worth a visit if you are bored with corporate consistency.
4.5 based on 844 reviews
A local institution - no menu, multi course meal, always popular. Don't bother bringing vegetarians. But a most enjoyable and tasty evening for omnivores, albeit a little on the pricey side. Expect to be surrounding by groups celebrating birthdays, and shell out around £75 a head inc. some wine. You won't leave hungry, and you'll get to see a pig's head with an apple in the mouth at your table - a dash of Henry VIII!
4.5 based on 191 reviews
What a lovely find. Myself, my hubby, daughter and fiancé went for dinner to this lovely Portuguese Restaurant, the food was amazing and the service was excellent. I would definitely recommend it. Couldn't resist the Portuguese custard for pud (neither could my daughter) - Lovely...MoreHello Janet Thank you for taking your precious time to review us and for your visit we are delighted that you enjoyed your evening with us, when visiting London again please come and visit us that's our best reward. Best Regards Idite Lopes
5 based on 674 reviews
Named in retrospect and translated as the "Beautiful Era", our inspiration for this restaurant emerged from the period in European social history during the late 19th century that lasted until World War,It became recognised as the "golden age" - a time when new technologies and medical discoveries were found and when politics, art and literature underwent radical transformation. In Paris, restaurants achieved a new splendour and cachet for one to parade and where fashion began to move in seasonal cycles.In the culinary sense this period is enormously relevant to our philosophy of progression, optimism and very modern.We would like to think this beautiful era is strongly characterised by our cooking which is rarely serious yet rooted in classical French cuisine and have extended our repertoire to embrace some exciting 'outward looking' far eastern variations.
Private room for 16 of us fantastic food and good wine.
I thought the Bellini & canapés reception was great.
Our main course of roasted loon of rabbit wrapped in iberico ham with flamed langoustines was exceptional.
Service was of the highest order.
Overall must go back.
4.5 based on 331 reviews
Went here for my birthday last night and it was wonderful. The food tasted amazing and top service from the manger and the waitresses. The decor inside is beautiful and there was a lovely atmosphere. Would highly recommend and will definitely be returning :)
4.5 based on 393 reviews
Opened in March 2009, Masaniello brings you traditional and authentic Italian cousin with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.In 2012 has been awarded from the Italian Chamber of commerce as Quality Approved Italian restaurants in the World
We went for dinner on Saturday evening. We shared starters- all delicious but particularly would recommend the grilled octopus. Main courses were steak, lemon sole, veal and a pizza. All of us were happy with our choices. The service was friendly as always. Definitely the best Italian restaurant in the area.
4.5 based on 567 reviews
Vivre is the casual dining international restaurant,the design is an integral part of the concept bringing a grand environment and understated designs as one would find in an elegant modern open plan.The food follows the same direction,revolving around what has become well known and appreciated by most people of all regions of the world "Traditional yet Contemporary International Cuisine" with the strong influence from flavors worldwide.The range of international dishes available in Vivre can be seen by the different sections of the kitchen, The wok & curry section, The pizza & pasta section , The grill section , The fish section and The desert section . All dishes authentically prepared, from the goodness of unique and high quality ingredients kept to maximize the natural taste and freshness of each dish.
Had a very nice meal paired with several wine choices. Service was good but not rushed. Serving size was a bit small but the flavor was incredible.Dear NormRoyce Thank you for leaving your review about Vivre restaurant. We do hope to have the pleasure of having you with us again soon. Thank you and kind regards, Kind regards, Henry Lobo Vivre Supervisor
5 based on 651 reviews
We just had a great dinner at the restaurant. My family booked a table there in order to celebrate my birthday. We ordered starters, main courses and dessert. I picked the scallops as starter, jumbo king prawn and cheese cake. All food we ordered were...MoreThank you very much for sharing such a good review and beautiful pictures of our dishes. Looking forward to seeing you again soon Kind regards Maurizio
4.5 based on 249 reviews
Atithi is Owned by EX Michelin BIB Gourmand award winning chef Krishnapal Negi.
We were looking for food after the rugby and entered not expecting much despite its very busy appearance. Lea’s downstairs to a bland Seating area we were still skeptical. How wrong we were. Fantastic food well priced, fresh and fragrant. We loved the biryanis and black lentil dal
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