A recently refurbished bistro with a traditional French ambience, Chef Malcolm John's Le Vacherin restaurant has received accolades from Michelin, Harpers & Queen and Tatler magazine. Awarded a prestigious Egon Ronay star in November 2005, Le Vacherin is a highly regarded destination for fine French food and wine in a friendly atmosphere.<br/><br/>Just a four-minute walk from Chiswick Park underground station, Le Vacherin has been introducing timeless Parisian cuisine to Chiswick's dining crowd for over five years. The menu changes frequently, yet always makes use of the freshest ingredients to capture the irresistible tastes of authentic French cuisine. Each dish is reasonably priced and prepared with seasonal ingredients of the highest quality.<br/><br/>Children are welcome to dine at Le Vacherin. A private dining room is available for larger parties.
Food and DrinkValid from 4 January 2016 to 30 November 2016
This offer is available from January 04, 2016 until March 31st, 2016, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Not available in conjunction with other offers. Offer excludes service.
Venue Details & Map
76-77 S Parade,ChiswickSouth ActonLondonW4 5LF
- +44 20 8742 2121
We went here on a voucher deal. Great food throughout: foie gras smooth superb, sea bream with risotto a point, chicken with a great sauce, spicy cheeses and apricot tarte tatin. Not a lot of guests but everything made fresh. Don't go here in a rush. Very much enjoyed the lunch.more
What value for the price! Went there on a weekday and their prix fixe menu is unbeatable! The food is excellent. Cannot wait to try their regular menu!more
An exquisite French restaurant on the green. The menu is exceptional - always go for the cheese board! The waiters are very knowledgeable of the preparation and source of the food. Definitely somewhere to go for a special dinner with friends, a romantic indulgence or a celebratory team dinner. I will definitely keep finding reasons to go back for more!more
I really hope this place makes it because I went here on a voucher deal and I was impressed. It was kinda empty at lunch time on Saturday but maybe that was just the time of day. It's sort of out of the way but if I lived in that neighbourhood, I would go all the time.
We had a set menu, which was a little restrictive but everything was very good classic French. The bread was crazy...more
Gives La Trompette a run for its money, potentially suffering only from accessibility issues if on foot. Has a very indulgent vibe, order the baked Vacherin and follow with the chateaubriand and you'll know about it! Love it here though, beautiful restaurant.more