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Matt Ward and Anthony Pender CBII are passionate about British Seafood. So much so, that the spark of Faber was first ignited when the pair began delivering shellfish and cocktails during lockdown on their bikes in East London. … Read more →
To me, Hammersmith has always been a place I pass through; a busy station full of commuters, tourists, or excited students heading to their first performance at the Apollo. So, when I found out there was a swanky … Read more →
Open Mon–Thurs 11am–11pm, Fri 11am–12am, Sat 9am–12am, Sun 9am–10.30pm
Another Youngs pub that has reopened its doors after several months off for refurbishment, The Old Ship is nestled in quite an idyllic Thames setting not too far from … Read more →
It seems in recent years the obsession with yoga has been for the likes of fast-paced Vinyasa flows, Jivamukti and Rocket classes, or for the heat endurance sweatiness of a Bikram studio. But when you experience the non-stop … Read more →
Open Mon–Wed 8am–midnight, Thu–Sat 8am–1am, Sun 8am–11pm
With a few of Raymond’s eponymous brasseries popping up, we thought we ought to check out their west London outpost on Fulham Reach, Hammersmith.
Brasserie Blanc’s “desire is to be French … Read more →
Exercising is my least favourite thing to do by far. I lack motivation and accountability and in the end, the £40 that comes out my bank each month is completely wasted money. Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) is a … Read more →
Open Mon–Tue 11am–11pm, Wed–Sat 11am–midnight, Sun midday–11pm
There are a few places in London where gentrification is obvious, perhaps none more so than King Street in Hammersmith. Gentrification starts at the traffic lights and is slowly, steadily, working … Read more →
Open Mon–Sun 11.30am–11pm
Gone are the days of ‘tempura battered gherkins’ (no joke), and hello to Banger Bros, who have hijacked the menu at the Duchess of Cambridge and turned it into a meat fest of hot dogs, … Read more →
Open for lunch Tue–Sat midday–2.30pm, for dinner Tue–Sat 6.30pm–9.30pm
The gap between Shepherd’s Bush and Hammersmith could probably be mistaken for a ‘no man’s land’—pubs and fine dining in Shepherd’s Bush are sparse; Hammersmith is much the same. … Read more →