Hammersmith is home to a number of wonderful cafes and restaurants, each offering you delicious snacks, meals and treats. Here is a whistle-stop tour through some of Hammersmith’s best eateries.
Breakfast & Brunch
For those wanting to start the day well, Bill’s at 10 Hammersmith Grove does a stunningly varied breakfast where the slightly more health conscious can tuck into granola, porridge or fruit while those wanting to dive into something a bit naughtier can indulge in a full English with a Bill’s twist.
If you want breakfast on the go, Hammersmith Broadway has a host of coffee shops and cafes that will make sure you’re ready and raring for the day ahead.
Get your caffeine kick at Costa, Pret a Manger and Starbucks or indulge in a Portugese patisserie at Cafe de Nata.
With such an abundance of venues, it’s difficult to know where to start, so we recommend listening to Hammersmith employees, residents and visitors who named Wagamama, The Salutation and Street Eats as the best restaurant, pub and café in the 2016 HammersmithLondon I Love Lunch Awards.
Wagamama caters to everyone serving sumptuous dishes made from fresh nourishing flavours, creating delicious Asian cuisine in the heart of Hammersmith.
A mouth-watering menu, wagamama uses only the freshest ingredients to ensure an outstanding palatable experience. The colours and aromas, flavours and spices are always at their best when they get to the table. The Asian inspired dishes have been created to soothe, nourish, sustain and inspire and are served immediately to delighted customers.
The Salutation offers a great selection of dishes including their delicious stone-baked pizzas or British classics like homemade pies.
And of course, on a Sunday the choice is simple for most; it has to be a big old roast dinner – Salutation style.
Street Eats brings together the best street food from around the world, combining the most interesting and edgy global flavours for dishes that are honest, stripped back and full of goodness. Try their mouth-watering Rotis or the amazing Cuban sandwiches.
If you’re after an award-winning dinner, look no further than Hammersmith’s gastropub extraordinaire, The Dartmouth Castle. The Michelin starred pub has been praised by the very best – including The Sunday Times and Time Out – for its food and vast wine collection. A particular highlight is the Dartmouth Penne, a mouth-watering classic which brings many a salivating Hammersmith employee out on their lunch break.
Alternatively if you want a quick pre or post show dinner, make sure you pop into Honest Burger. Conveniently located on Fulham Palace Road this popular restaurant offers a wide-selection of burgers.