High Road House
162-166 Chiswick High Rd, London, London, W4 1PR
- Tel: 020 8742 7474
Sister of Soho House, High Road House is a hotel and an exclusive members club.
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- Air Conditioning
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Good food with a side order of shoulder barging!
10/02/2010 by AliZebu
I have only been here 5 times but consider it one of the best places in Chiswick. The menu is varied enough so that you can go there (booking recommended!) and have what you feel like at that particular time. Firstly, it is ALWAYS busy and for me personally not the relaxing atmosphere I like to enjoy food in. The tables are also close together and the accoustics make it even harder to have a quiet, private conversation. There service is mostly good but obviously there is a lot for them to do so occasional mistakes of lack of attention are understandable and I can overlook. The food itself is mostly of a high standard. I recently had the BEST 'Sunday Roast' I have thus far sampled since moving to Chiswick 5 years ago. It was some really succulent Roast Beef with all the trimmings. The Beef was a generous portion with 1 large Yorkshire Pud and a small side dish of crispy on the outside but fluffy inside Roast Potatoes and Carrots and some leafy stuff. The Gravy was very "French" in an alcohol way but was fine. At just under £20 it was more than the local pubs charge but was worth it. The Eggs Benedict is probably just below 'Balans' for being Chiswick's top maker of that dish. The English Breakfast I had here once was solid and almost equal to 'Carvosso's at 210', both places are expensive but for the occasional treat (I rarely eat a cooked brekkie) I would rather spend more for the quality than have it at a "Naff Cafe" for half the price. A female I was with one time had the Potatoes Dauphinause which she raved about. I tried some of her Battered Plaice goujons which we both thought were not all that good for some reason. The Tartare sauce was not to my liking either. All in all, there is a reason why this place is so popular and I recommend going there at least once.Report this
the perfect end to the weekend
21/12/2008 by a_female
I love this place so much I'll find hard to put into words. The only thing wrong with this place is that it's in Chiswick - in otherwords it's not my local. I've been here several times and each time i leave happy and content. To get the best of this place go in the colder months when the menu has the best comfort food you could hope for. To get a sense of the place, think cashmere loungewear. Cosy, comfortable and a little romantic.Report this
I'll take the high road...
05/12/2008 by jezirwin
I have been here twice now, the first time for cocktails and last night for dinner. The place has a great atmosphere, busy on both occasions without being overcrowded. The cocktail list is interesting and the barman really knows what he is doing. Food wise we shared a chateau briand which was perfectly cooked and the accompaniments were delicious. The waiters were attentive and not over bearing. The bill... burnt a bit of a hole in the wallet but no reason to complain for what was a wonderful evening.Report this
18/09/2008 by Beccamf
HRH has, for me, everything I need in a venue. It consistently has very good food and a menu that covers almost any whim, sensible prices, great coffee (and cocktails, fantastic service and a laid back atmosphere which I really like. More importantly, they don't mind if you run in for cocktails or just coffee or a snack instead of a proper meal. I can't say enough about this place. I think other businesses in the area would be well advised to take a look at HRH and improve their own offerings. This place will be here in years to come.Report this
09/03/2007 by sue
West London is a buzz with news of the latest hip place to dine - the High Road Brasserie in Chiswick. The brasserie is part of the swanky High Road House, which contains a boutique hotel and members club upstairs, and the stylish brasserie and Cowshed shop on street level. The brasserie is open to the general public, and is an attractive place, with its pillars and mirrors, deco-style lighting and colourfully tiled floor, and service is as slick. It was busy on the Friday I visited for lunch, and the phone didn't stop ringing the whole time we were there (which was a little annoying!) with others wanting to check out what all the fuss is about. The food menu has something for everyone - lighter meals like sandwiches, salads, pastas and burgers - meats such as aged steaks and suckling pig - a big selection of fresh seafood and some very tempting big seafood platters (I shall be going back for dinner!). For lunch I had the Chicken Club Sandwich, which was served with some very delicious shoestring fries, while my friend had the Pea & Pecorino Risotto which she really enjoyed. Her young son chewed on some crusty bread and seemed to be pretty impressed by the place, as was I.Report this
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