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75 - 77 Ridgway
Crooked Billet
SW19 4ST
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Yelp Reviews

3 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Lighthouse

3.0 out of 5 19 July 2015
by Dominique G.

We went here for a birthday dinner. The interior is quite nice and spacious (at least when it's only half full, as it was when we visited). The wine was so-so, and the mains a bit drab. I had to order a side of veg to make mine feel like a proper curry, rather than just rice and salmon with curry sauce on top. The veg that was in there (some red pepper) hadn't been sliced up enough for the...more

3.0 out of 5 4 July 2013
by Bill M.

A nice locals kind of spot just off Wimbledon Village. Enjoyed the seared scallops as well as the Lemon Sole & Smoked Salmon ballotine as starters. The chicken was good but a bit too savory (beefy?) flavored for my taste. The menu didn't include some of my favorite dishes from this place like the grilled tuna but it was fine if not overly inspired.

Worth visiting and among the choices at...more

1.0 out of 5 28 May 2012
by JacksonLofts

Although I agree with the other comments on the decor of this restaurant and the friendly staff I am afraid that I was not impressed with the food.

The starter was delicious, no complaints.

The main course, a Veal dinner came out on a bed of noodles?? Not written on the menu, and the veal itself was deep fried! Tough and tasteless.

Now on to the dessert, Oh My! Two biscuits, three small cubes...more

4.0 out of 5 28 April 2008
by ashleigh1

Although it is a bit pricy, this restaurant is great for a posh and special night out. The interior is minimalist, yet well designed. If you can't afford a main meal, a starter and a side is a great alternative!more

5.0 out of 5 15 January 2008
by ALittleBird

As its name suggests, Lighthouse is bright, light and fresh. The restaurant itself is airy and modern and there is a lovely courtyard area too.

The menu, which changes every fortnight, is Italian-influenced with a contemporary twist and uses seasonal ingredients to create inventive dishes. I think this sometimes means the food is lacking in identity but does that matter if it tastes...more

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