Bush Hall Dining Rooms is a neighborhood restaurant bringing all-day modern dining, traditional values & good living to Shepherd’s Bush.
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Bush Hall Dining Rooms
304 Uxbridge RoadShepherd's BushLondonW12 7LJ
- Public transport:
- Shepherd's Bush Market, Underground
Patchy service can't dampen my enthusiasm for this top place.
The manageress is a surly, miserable git who barks orders at her rushed but sweet staff and can't be bothered to raise a smile herself. She either had a raging hangover or she just hates her job.
We went for brunch on fathers' day and I ordered a full English. It was delicious but after I quaffed the lot I spied someone else's full...more
The menu was small but promised some tasty dishes. I think this a good sign any small restaurant with a big menu can't be cooking something fresh just for you. We only wanted a main course, which after not too long wait while enjoying a glass of wine, arrived well presented and we would recommend the monkfish. Personally thought a complementary nibble or two while waiting would have been a...more
Bush Hall Dining Rooms is an oasis of calm invigoration amid the pound shops, dry cleaners and carpet stores of Uxbridge Road. From its stylish retro interior to its nude espresso coffee to its relentlessly imaginative delicious and excellent value modern British cuisine, the Bush Hall Dining Rooms excels on every level. Indeed it almost feels out of place in still gentrifying Shepherds...more
Could nt agree more with the previous review. Dishes are varied, with clever choice of ingredients. I would come back, curious to tried the other offers on the menu.
And the restaurant have some good offers on some week days...more
This is the sort of 5-star joint that makes me wonder how I could have possibly given 5 stars to anywhere else.
It also makes me incredibly glad to be living in Shepherds Bush. When I was looking to buy, the number of folks who expressed surprise I wasn't heading east drove me up the wall. Believe it or not, west London was actually cheaper. And with spots like this, I'd argue it's cooler...more