This bright, light and airy dining room offers casual all-day dining with a focus on carefully sourced produce. Classic Bill Granger dishes sit alongside seasonal dishes with an Australian feel.
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Granger & Co
175 Westbourne GroveLondonW11 2SB
- +44 (0)20 7229 9111
When living in London this was my go-to place for a leasurely brunch where I just knew it was going to provide the goods.
My absolute favourite which I ordered 9 times out of 10 was the ricotta hotcakes with banana and honeycomb butter...absolutely heavenly!
Other notable mentions on the menu are the grass fed beef burger, prawn and chilli linguine and seriously all of their muffins and tray...more
We walked to Granger and Co for our first meal after landing in London! It was packed on a Friday afternoon at 2pm. Our visit was significantly marred by the fact that we waited an hour before our group of 4 could get a table.
I ordered a halloumi and toast appetizer for us to share which was delicious. I got the Tuna Poke that was delicious but portions were small. One in our group got their...more
Mmm, Granger & Co.
I'll tell you this, there are a few of these spots around, but honestly, you can't go wrong with any of them. They're all bright, clean, with friendly staff and some excellent food.
I usually got for the chicken schnitzel with sweet corn because it's that perfect combo of excellently breaded and cooked chicken with just the hint of sweetness with the veggies. Each bite...more
I give it a 3 because of the lack of value. Very expensive for what you get and I cant justify the price by the output or experience. Great example, scrambled eggs with toast is £8+. nothing else with it.
Ricotta pancakes were phenomenal but xome with nothing. I added an audience breakfast bc I eat like a fat kid and that doubked the price for a total bill of £32+ plus juice
Also more on...more
Who knew it was this difficult to find a good place open for breakfast in central London at 6am on a Sunday?
The insanity starts with the 2 sisters spending an all nighter catching up on "The Good Wife". 4am trip to primrose hill to see the sunrise and view the Balloon Regatta. (They look like waterspots in the pictures this dreary morning) Walk across to the zoo where only the zebras were...more