River Café, some lovely Antipodean coffee shops and a few great Middle and Far Eastern spots aside, Hammersmith is not what one could call an evergreen gastronomic go-to. Which is why it’s both delightful and surprising that Feast Canteen has opened.
Housed in the old Kings Mall food court, Feast Canteen is a slick 350-seater operation, featuring concessions from reliable street and dude food purveyors like increasingly-ubiquitous-but-still-good burger spot Patty & Bun, taco kings Breddos, Vietnamese joint Salvation in Noodles, molto bene pizza people Made of Dough and, a new one to us, rice paper roll makers Sinchow.
What’s more, it’s open seven days a week, and takeaway is available – a lifeline to local office worker types. Can’t even be arsed to leave the house? Deliveroo will be schlepping grub from Feast Canteen around W6 – a boon in anyone’s books.
Feast Canteen can be found at Kings Mall, King St, W6 9HW. It’s open Monday-Friday 9am-8pm; Saturday-Sunday 11am-8pm.
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