Established back in 1986, Sonny's Kitchen offers a wholesome menu from 2 Michelin-starred chef, Phil Howard. Championing simple, natural flavours and showcasing ingredients sourced from honest, artisan suppliers, Sonny's menu is complemented by a luxury world wine list. The quirky dining room is decked out with eclectic drawings and prints from artists including Ray Richardson, Stanley Spencer and Sonia Martin, and a unique bespoke fireplace from Bruce McLean.
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94 Church RoadBarnesLondonSW13 0DQ
- +44 (0)20 8748 0393
We decided to step into this restaurant after a pleasant walk through Barnes park and pond. We have found a welcoming atmosphere and exceptionally well prepared refined food. Both fish starter and beef main were awesome! Very good quality in a friendly environment.more
Great neighbourhood restaurant. Menu revamped by new head chef Tommy Boland (from 2 star The Square) with input from Phil Howard. High quality cooking n buzzy atmosphere.more
Good service, almost overly attentive. Three staff asked us if we had ordered drinks after doing so...
The ballotine of duck was tasty but didn't have the depth of flavour of a confit. The Steak and Kidney Pudding was delicious and the frites were crispy and hot. And the peanut butter ice cream was a winner with the banana dessert.
Still a very nice place to go locally...more
Continuing my quest to try every restaurant in Barnes, Sonny's was a place I always seemed to ignore when walking by. Yee Gan is right; it's utterly forgettable from the outside, and almost seems to hoity-toity and exclusive to be a nice place for dinner.
However, inside, Sonny's has a whole different feel. It is much larger than it seems! You come in through the bar, and find that there are...more
Sonny's many professional reviews descibe it as a well-established, well-loved locals' restaurant in Barnes. Judging from the well-heeled clientele dining there this evening, I would guess that Sonny's must be doing something right to keep customers with such high standards happy.
The restaurant has an unspectacular facade but opens out inside - it extends way into the building and takes a...more