Bib Gourmand Restaurants in West London

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From Persian to North African cuisine, west London is home to some of the most diverse restaurants awarded with a Bib Gourmand.

 
 

Azou

This award-winning restaurant serves traditional North African dishes.

375 King Street, Hammersmith, London, W6 9NJ

Tube: Stamford Brook Station

 
 

Award-winning family-run restaurant Azou serves west London delicious North African food, with mezze, pastries, couscous and tajines traditional to Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. Dishes contrast sweet and spicy, bold and subtle, and light and heavy, making it an exciting dining experience. Dusky lighting, dark red touches, fragrant aromas and traditional low rise seating - as well as more conventional options - further add to the atmosphere.

 
 
 

Charlotte's W5

Tempting taster sized dishes are served at this all-day restaurant.

The Old Stable Block, Dickens Yard, London, W5 2UQ

Tube: Ealing Broadway Station

 
 

A third addition to the Charlotte's Group is the lovely Charlotte's W5, which has continued the group's award-winning theme with a Bib Gourmand 2017. Worth trekking to Ealing for, the restaurant is housed in a Victorian stable block conversion and is ideal for everything from a lunch with your laptop to cocktails and nibbles with friends - they even give you an ordering guide dependent on the scenario. Choose your plate size according to how many of you there are - a taster for one, small for two or large for three - and sample many of the delights on offer, with each suitably priced for their size. Choose from dishes such as cured salmon with garden pea and avocado; homemade ricotta with summer beets and cashew nuts; roast Pollock with mussels and broccoli puree; and beef bavette with sherry glazed mushroom and horseradish. Even the desserts come in two different sizes, with a milk chocolate pot and hazelnut mousse, carrot cake and cream cheese, and cherry sorbet with summer fruit among the options. Brunch is also available daily.

 
 
 

Hereford Road

A neighbourhood restaurant championing British food.

3 Hereford Road, Bayswater, London, W2 4AB

Tube: Bayswater Underground Station

 
 

Describing itself as "A Neighbourhood Restaurant Championing British Food", Hereford Road is at the top end of the gastro pub genre. Tom Pemberton, formerly head chef at the sainted St. John Bread and Wine, serves up a daily changing menu - which you can check on the front page of their website www.herefordroad.org each morning. So in autumn, when game season is in full swing, you get grey leg partridge with savoy cabbage and bacon or British oysters (as long as the month has an 'r' in it) followed by delicious homemade desserts like rhubarb sorbet and poached fig meringue using late summer fruits. In the summertime, however, its butcher's window - this used to be a butcher's in Victorian times - opens onto the street as you tuck into sea trout, samphire and Scottish girolles. The wine list is worth exploring too and, with one third of a bottle carafes available, it's easy to do so. Dedicated fans of St. John Bread and Wine will be thanking their lucky stars that they don't have to trek to Spitalfields to enjoy their favourite food any more. Better book if you want to beat them to it.

 
 
 

Kateh

Kateh serves popular Persian cuisine just off Warwick Avenue.

5 Warwick Place, Little Venice, London, W9 2PX

Tube: Warwick Avenue Station, Royal Oak Station

 
 

Kateh serves popular Persian cuisine just off Warwick Avenue. Set in the aesthetic streets of West London, the restaurant is the first Persian venture for Narges Pourkhomami and the realisation of her dream to combine the best of traditional and contemporary Iranian hospitality in one of London's finest restaurants. Kateh features a modern take on Persian cuisine in an elegant yet relaxed setting and the menu is made up of 33 dishes, each inspired by the best of the day's market produce. Expect dishes such as Ghelieh Mahi (Southern Iranian cod stew) and Koobideh (Grilled minced veal with saffron rice). The restaurant also has a private dining room on the lower floor for up to 12 people, a picturesque garden terrace and a late license, making it a suitable dining destination for romantic couples, families or private celebrations.

 
 
 

L'Amorosa

Simple and traditional Italian dishes.

278 King Street, London, W6 0SP

Tube: Ravenscourt Park Station, Stamford Brook Station

 
 

Former head chef of the Michelin starred Zafferano, Andy Needham has now opened L'Amorasa . The restaurant serves simple Italian dishes similar to those of Zafferano but with a more traditional angle and they've proved popular enough to earn a Bib Gourmand award. Feast on homemade gnocchi with peas, asparagus and basil pesto; fresh ravioli with beef rib, tomato and thyme; and chargrilled lamb with pickled girolle mushrooms, peas and salsa verde. The wines are reasonably priced and beers include the popular Birra Moretti.

 
 
 
 
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