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Discover the tastes of the world in Hammersmith

Given the fact that Hammersmith is a major travel hub, it is unsurprising that you can explore the culinary world in a day with the area's restaurants. They feature a wide range of cuisines, from Keralite food (from an area in southern India) at Shilpa and eclectic vegetarian fare of The Gate to Saigon Saigon's Vietnamese and Polanka's Polish menus. Perhaps more surprising is how well priced it all is.

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Hammersmith cheap eats

  • Polanka

    Rating: 4/5 Café: Polish , 258 King Street, London, W6 0SP

    Lively Polish ballads play in the folksy pale-wood panelled dining room hidden behind this attractive Hammersmith deli/restaurant. An eerie blonde mannequin decked in brightly...
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  • Saigon Saigon

    Rating: 4/5 Restaurant: Vietnamese, 313-317 King Street, W6 9NH

    This highly praised local stands out on an otherwise unremarkable stretch of King Street, its quaint, faintly colonial-era decor lending itself nicely to a romantic meal. The sizeable wine...
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  • Tosa

    Rating: 3/5 Grill: Japanese, 332 King Street, London, W6 0RR

    As a specialist in kushiyaki (grilled skewers), izakaya-style dishes, saké, beer, sushi and sashimi, Tosa is consistently packed with Hammersmith locals and suited...
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  • 101 Thai Kitchen

    Rating: 3/5 Restaurants & cafés: Thai, 352 King Street, London, W6 0RX

    The 'sour curry' hot pot with seabass (£9.95) and sour prawn curry are extraordinarily flavoursome, and are the specialities of one of the owners and cooks, who hails from southern Thailand....
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  • Kerbisher & Malt

    Rating: 3/5 Fish & chip shop: British, 164 Shepherd's Bush Rd, London, W6 7PB

    Kerbisher & Malt is a modern, maritime-themed café and takeaway that's furnished with sleek white tiles, monochrome photos and a chunky communal table. While waiting for your order...
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  • Knaypa

    Rating: 3/5 Restaurant: Polish, 268 King Street, London, W6 0SP

    Knaypa is rather different from London's more homely Polish restaurants, set apart by its striking rococo-style decor of black wallpaper and curved furniture, and its infectious...
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  • Lola & Simon

    Rating: 3/5 Café: Argentinian (traditional), 278 King St, London, W6 0SP

    Just south of Ravenscourt Park, Kirsten and Nico (the café is named after their dogs), serve breakfasts, lunches and dinners that have been satisfying locals since 2007.
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  • Mahdi

    Rating: 3/5 Restaurant: Iranian, 217 King Street, London, W6 9JT

    Many Iranian restaurants strive to emulate the informality of the dinner parties at which so much of their nation's cuisine is served. Not so with Mahdi, a sprawling space akin...
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  • Sagar

    Rating: 3/5 Restaurant: South Indian vegetarian, 157 King Street, London, W6 9JT

    A short walk from the Lyric Hammersmith, Sagar is a worthwhile option if you're dining late or early in the area. Its prices are modest, service is speedy, and the South Indian...
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  • The Village

    Rating: 3/5 Restaurant: African, 95 Fulham Palace Road, London, W6 8JA

    The Village was a neat but almost empty basement space with intrusive R&B until our two waitresses spun into action. One turned down the volume, while the other took our drinks order and...
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