If your little ones live for Sunday lunch then we’ve got just the ticket. Fusing the vibe of a chic New York eatery with honest British fare, No. 197 Chiswick Fire Station not only combines a generous serving of style for grown ups but is also super child-friendly.
Forget dry slithers of beef and over-cooked veggies, Sunday lunch at No.197 is an event to savour. Super soft Beer Braised Brisket of Beef is dished up with an utterly addictive creamed bacon cabbage, crisp green beans and a feather light Yorkshire pud all offset with a fiery horseradish sauce. A Rotisserie Chicken, plump and juicy, is also on offer for those who fancy a poultry pick. For those with mean sweet tooth, then don’t scrimp on dessert – fig cheesecake, baked apple pot pie, white and dark chocolate mousse…are you salivating yet? Main or dessert, grab extra cutlery as the portions are immense and little ones can easily share those willing to divvy up their dishes.
Tots with a teeny appetite may want to try the Little People menu. For just £7.50, two courses combine faves such as mac’n’cheese with a five-a-day fruit cup or mini cheese burger and fries and a smile-inducing ice cream & berry sundae.
Alongside a cracking roast, brunch fanatics can also tuck into epic plates including Blueberry Ricotta Pancakes, Avocado Cheese Toasties and Breakfast Bruschetta, washed down with a North London roasted Caravan coffee . Oh and we forgot to mention, those lucky enough to escape for that rare weekend day date, there’s cocktails, lots of cocktails…homemade sherbets, classic tipples and four of the meanest Old Fashioneds we’ve ever clapped eyes on. Cheers to Chiswick!
197-199 Chiswick High Road, London, W4 2DR