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Meadow, Ealing

The Blurb

Meadow is a beguilingly stylish Ealing eatery, with a strong focus on contemporary European cuisine, using the best of seasonal British produce. With an emphasis on sustainable, seasonal ingredients, Meadow boasts the use of a custom-built charcoal grill … Read more →

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'Every dish on the menu is a mouthwatering delight'

Charlotte’s Place

Mon–Sun midday–2.30pm, 6pm–10pm

The blurb

Tucked away on the corner of Ealing Common is Charlotte’s Place—quite literally, the building where Charlotte originally lived. The 30-year old restaurant still stands in its Victorian shop front premises with a little row of … Read more →

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Alix Bonessi

Do you have a favourite design?

I love them all as each one has its own unique story and personality, but I think my favourite is actually going to be in the new Spring/Summer range coming soon…

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'Fried chicken, buttermilk chicken, marinated chicken, anything chicken'

Chooks Ealing

Mon–Sat 11am–11pm, Sun 11am–10.30pm

The blurb

Chicken. Fried chicken, buttermilk chicken, marinated chicken, anything chicken. The waiters promised me it would be infinitely better than Nandos—and they are correct.

The style

Chooks is all about casual dining, matched with Jukebox … Read more →

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'He’s obviously a genius at taking simple ingredients and waving a culinary magic wand over them'

Charlotte’s Place

Mon–Sat midday–3pm, 6pm–midnight, Sun midday–11pm

August bank holiday Monday is not a great day for reviewing a restaurant, or so I thought at the time. Specifically, I was not looking forward to trying to write articulately in a notebook after … Read more →

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The North Star
'The big brewers have been eschewed for local producers putting out interesting flavours'

The North Star, Ealing

Open midday—11pm Mon—Fri; 11am—11pm Sat; midday—10.30pm Sun

The Style

The North Star feels as though you’re in the meatpacking district in New York. Or more likely, Shoreditch. We’re talking bare brick walls, mismatched furniture and some red leather booths out … Read more →

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The Drapers Arms
'It immediately provides you with a solution to a problem you didn’t realise existed'

The Drapers Arms

Open midday—11pm Sun—Thu; midday—midnight Fri; 10am—midnight Sat

The Drapers Arms in Ealing opened just under two months ago on the site of O’Neill’s; a chain which has seemingly been subject to a mass closure order in west London. Walking into … Read more →

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tuk cho
'If you’re in the mood to taste something new, my bet is you’ll find it here'

Tuk Cho

Open Mon–Sat midday–11pm, Sun midday–10.30pm

Fancy taking your tastebuds on an Asian tour? Tuk Cho provides a one-stop shop for a panopoly of interesting dishes from the Far East. You shouldn’t miss it as you’re going along Ealing Broadway, thanks … Read more →

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Cote Brasserie, Ealing
Côte Brasserie is 'a smart, Parisian-inspired affair'

Côte Brasserie

Open Mon–Fri 8am–midnight, Sat 9am–11pm, Sun 9am–10.30pm

The duo behind the Italian chain Strada are also behind the fast-expanding French bistro chain, Côte Brasserie, so if you haven’t visited a branch yet you soon will. I headed to the Ealing … Read more →

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Duke of Kent pub
'Home-from-home food which is clearly popular with the locals' at Duke of Kent

Duke of Kent

Open daily 11.30am–11pm

The style:

Dating back to Georgian times, this large pub has plenty of period features from wood panelling to open fires and the décor is typically conservative, traditional pub fare (dark red ’70s-style carpets). There are nooks … Read more →

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