The Glasshouse restaurant, which has retained a Michelin star since 2002, is owned by Nigel Platts-Martin and Bruce Poole, the partnership behind Chez Bruce in Wandsworth and La Trompette in Chiswick. Since it opened in 1999, The Glasshouse has delivered a dining experience of the highest quality in comfortable and relax surroundings. By paying close attention to details, the restaurant continually strives to provide food, wine and service that exceed expectations and represent excellent value for money.
|Typical meal price:||From £41.00 (USD51.61) per diner|
£41 and over
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14 Station ParadeKewLondonTW9 3PZ
The glasshouse, chez Bruce and la tro....(can't remember the exam name) are my favourite french restaurant in London. Menu changes daily. Just so french.more
Exceptional menu, wine and champaign selection. The service is consistently top notch and overall the experience is very good value for the quality. The atmosphere is perfect for a relaxed meal with friends or colleagues, but La Trompette is better for an evening.more
Surprise anniversary dinner scheduled by the boy! We got dressed up, and he resisted my persistent questions while we were on the Overground about where we were going.
Our waiter was very accommodating in answering questions I had about the menus, since I frequently had narrowed down to two choices and asked for recommendations. Service in general was outstanding.
Starters: mackerel (me),...more
What do I do when I have a free night? Check out new restaurants with my brothers! We're fans of Chez Bruce & wanted try La Trompette, however they were closed for refurbishment, but offered a booking at the Glasshouse & a free glass of champagne for our inconvenience...lucky us.
The restaurant itself is cosy & has a modern feel to it. The staff were very accommodating & always served you...more
I took my girlfriend here for her birthday and we loved it. OK it was expensive but for a special occasion what the hell!.
The food was fantastic but it should be, my girlfriend was very impressed with the cheeseboard(think large variety of smelly feet).
What impressed me though was how friendly the staff were, for such a fancy restaurant. A special mention should go to the manager and the...more