Hugo's

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  • Address:

    Hugo's 21-25 Lonsdale Road
    London
    NW6 6RA

  • Venue phone:

    020 7372 1232

  • Opening hours:

    Meals served 9.30am-5.30pm Mon; 9.30am-11pm Tue-Sat

  • Transport:

    Tube: Queen's Park tube/rail

  • Price:

    Main courses £7.50-£15.80

  • Map

    1. Hugo's
      • 21-25 Lonsdale Road
        London
        NW6 6RA
      • 020 7372 1232
      • 51.537053,-0.203462

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Sarah

Came here a few weeks ago for sunday brunch. Decor is nice and different from the usual, staff were nice and friendly. My friend is vegan and the waitress was patient and helpful with her order. I had the eggs florentine which was delicious. Food did take a while to arrive but it was very busy at the time. Would recommend this place.

EGG

Food is not the most amazing but the ambience is lovely - very romantic- and the staff are extremely nice. Jazz and candles. We had a delicious salad and OK burgers. The red wine was high standard. Would definitely go again

Chris

Horribly over-priced. Burger was ok but so over-priced for what it was. Service was terrible. We had to ask for things three times before they arrived. A friend of mine was charge £7 for two fried eggs and ten chips. We ordered from their organic soft drinks and saw the barman pour our drinks from a Coco-Cola can. They still charged us £2 for each of them.

Duncan

We had our wedding reception at Hugo's and had the best day of our lives. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly and the food was delicious (particularly the risotto). We've been for breakfast/lunch and dinner before and since and we've always been impressed and felt relaxed and looked after. The sun was out and they opened the windows at the front, we had live music and a disco. It was child-friendly and also catered brilliantly for elderly relatives. Highly recommended.

Matt

Great resturant, friendly staff, yummy fish stew, even yummier chocolate brownie The food is just delicious and seems to be freshly cooked. I would definately recommend this place. Its nice inside as well, romantic but also a lively atmosphere if you go in a group

Louise

After a rather late night last Saturday, myself and a couple of old ravers headed to Hugo's in search of comfort food - huge full english washed down with recommended bloody mary, did the job. We spent the best part of the afternoon at the restaurant and ended up returning that evening for the Jazz -perfect Sunday!

Anthony C

We've been eating at Hugo's for ten years, and the standard has always been pretty good. Tonight though was a quantum leap up, with Michelin star quality food, delightful sauces and flavours. When I asked the Maitre D he told me they had brought in new chefs 4 months ago, just after our last visit. Prices are unchanged for the past 3 years so this is great value for money. Strongly recommend you to get down to Hugos asap, with new decor, and a revised jazz programme on Sunday nights, overseen by musician Brett Kean. Penks will have to up their game to compete.

Honest John

Good food and atmosphere but very pricy and be beware of the 'Optional service charge' which they add even to take away food. Love the buffet lunch, varies from outstanding to average on some days