The Stonemason's Arms on Cambridge Grove, Hammersmith, is a down-to-earth local with rustic charm, an artsy crowd and a brilliant Euro/British menu. Complete with leather sofas and regular film nights, The Stonemasons Arms has a cosy feel and locals love the family-friendly atmosphere. Perfect for get-togethers, birthdays and Sunday lunch – this restaurant has a pub-lite approach to the predictable gastro-pub formula, and is more of a relaxed restaurant than a typical British boozer - but this low-key vibe attracts a food-loving crowd. Signature dishes at The Stonemason's Arms include the monkfish and barramundi stew with dried prawns, coconut milk, cashews and rice, and the classic sticky toffee pudding for dessert.
£25 and under
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