High Road House

162-166 Chiswick High Road, London, W4 1PR, United Kingdom
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Satisfaction Excellent
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  • Families100
  • Couples91
  • Solo87
  • Business72

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High Road Brasserie, Chiswick - West London

by sue_stone about High Road Brasserie

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 I headed there one day for lunch with my friend Angela and her well behaved baby son, Oscar, about 3 weeks after they opened. As we hadn't booked ahead, we missed out on a table on the front terrace, but enjoyed sitting in the opulent interior instead.

The brasserie is quite stunning, 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. Angela had the Pea & Pecorino Risotto which she really enjoyed. Oscar chewed on some crusty bread and seemed to be pretty impressed by the place, as was I.

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Forum Posts

Heathrow Transit hotel?

by MikeySoft

I may have about 8 hours between connecting flights to India at Heathrow this November.

Are their any transit hotels inside of the airport's transits are?. I don't want to leave the transit area and have all the hassle of security and passport control. I just want a place I can take a map for a few hours.

I googled and cannot find anything.

Re: Heathrow Transit hotel?

by leics

Not as far as I know.

There is an in-airport hotel...the Yotel....but it is outside the transit area.

http://www.yotel.com/

Re: Heathrow Transit hotel?

by MikeySoft

Thanks, that is too bad they don't have one inside the transit area. I don't think it is worth the trouble with security and passport control.

Anyone know how Heathrow is for finding a quite place to rest inside the transit area?

Re: Heathrow Transit hotel?

by johngayton

Have a look here for some reviews of sleeping at heathrow:

Re: Heathrow Transit hotel?

by johngayton

http://www.sleepinginairports.com/europe/londonheathrow.htm

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Re: Heathrow Transit hotel?

by srinpav

Hey there,

I was at heathrow at the end of february and had the same situation. Had a look around and found a place where you can pay for a little private room,probably more a cubicle that you pay for with a credit or debit card.It has bedding and a television i believe. Ask around it is there if not a little pricey though. I'm a student so couldn't afford it. Good luck. Hope this helps.

Re: Heathrow Transit hotel?

by leics

I think you are remembering the Yotel, outside the transit area?

I imagine there is no hotel facility within the transit area because there is simply not enough demand to make it worthwhile....or because of security considerations, perhaps.

Re: Heathrow Transit hotel?

by MikeySoft

Thanks everyone for there help, I now looks like I will be spending a long layover in Frankfurt. It looks like they also do not have a transit hotel in the transit hotel. I think Amsterdam in the only airport in Europe that has one. I used the one in Singapore a few times.

Travel Tips for London

Walk around the Portobello...

by Razorart

Walk around the Portobello Road area. There are many excellent antique shops and on weekends, there is a flea market (though I thought it was rather overpriced). Spending time in many of the great little cafes along Portobello Road.

Southwark Cathedral Courtyard

by martin_nl

A perfect stop over if you're doing the riverside walk all the way from Southbank and London Eye to Tower Bridge is the little courtyard at Southwark Cathedral. Especially on a sunny weekday around lunchtime this place is happening. Lots of people come here to have a stress free lunch, read a paper and have a sandwich. This place is also great to watch all sorts of people. What you can do too is stretch yourself out on the grass and look up in to the blue blue sky. At that particular moment I took this picture! Lovely isn't it?

Escalators in London

by dixonchan

Londoners are one of the most orderly in the world when it comes to taking the escalators.

Almost everyone will stand obediently on the right, leaving the left lane for overtaking.

If you are standing on the left and hogging those rushing for time, you are definitely screaming to everyone that "I'm a tourist!!!"

Do what the locals do... :D

Read all the goss!!

by Deus_ultima

I've never seen as many tabloids!!
Not only that..but they are pretty tought with there stars too!!
So if you want to be a star, better choose somewhere else!!
;)
(Read heat..it's funny!)

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Address: 162-166 Chiswick High Road, London, W4 1PR, United Kingdom