Raoul's - Hammersmith
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Posted: Wed May 22 2013
A bustling bistro style restaurant beloved by West Londoners, Raoul’s on Hammersmith Grove where a relaxed daytime café turns in to a more intimate prospect at night. One of a handful of restaurants spawned from the Maida Vale institution opened by Geraldine Leventis in 1985 with the support of artist Francis Bacon, Raoul’s Hammersmith follows the recipe of relaxed, high quality food and simple, comfortable surroundings pioneered in both Maida Vale and later in Notting Hill – where guests have included Annie Lennox, Stella and Paul McCartney and Jensen Button. The dining room is bright and spaciously arranged with mid-century style furnishings, comfy button backed banquettes and a turquoise-blue and stripped pine scheme. Overseen by Geraldine and her Executive Chef Ziad Jaber, Raoul’s offers guests a seasonally changing menu with a Mediterranean flavour and a focus on the well-sourced deli ingredients the Raoul’s brand is known for.
Raoul's - Hammersmith 113-115 Hammersmith Grove Hammersmith