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Bush Hall Dining Rooms

Restaurants, Contemporary European Shepherd’s Bush
4 out of 5 stars
(25user reviews)
Bush Hall Dining Rooms, Shepherds Bush 2015

Time Out says

Bush Hall Dining Rooms certainly looks the part – all handsome Brit diner, with boards on the walls so distressed they belong in rehab, and leather seating spread across a mix of booths and banquettes. It's located amongst the Uxbridge Road’s seemingly endless stretch of ethnic supermarkets, phone-unlocking units and cut-price barbers.

The food menu ranges from small plates of Welsh rarebit, mac 'n' cheese bites and prawns with lemon, garlic, chilli and avocado aioli to rib-eye steaks, racks of ribs, beer-battered haddock and chips and pistachio-crusted cod fillet with pea and lemon mash. Stone-baked pizzas offer homages to artists who have performed at Bush Hall: Jake Bugg's Simple as This is true to its name – a combo of buffalo mozzarella, tomato and basil. 

Gig-goers can get a discount if they show their ticket. 

Bush Hall Dining Rooms says
A neighbourhood modern diner and pizzeria, bringing good living to Shepherd's Bush Bookings: 020 8749 0731 or



Address: 304 Uxbridge Rd
W12 7LJ
Transport: Tube: Shepherd's Bush Market
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Users say (25)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.4 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:19
  • 4 star:2
  • 3 star:2
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:2
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I recently visited a friend in Shepherd’s Bush and we ended up having a late brunch here (missing the usual Sunday morning buzz). We wanted to order a bottle of Prosecco, but immediately been made aware, that they offer bottomless Mimosa as well, which we chose in the end. The staff was really nice (checking everything was fine, etc). The food was good and we had a nice couple of hours there. Will definitely go again, if I find myself in West London.


After a couple of years living in the Shepherd’s Bush area, we finally got around to visiting the Bush Hall dining room recently, after wandering past it so many times and admiring its wonderful interiors.

Things got off to an OK start, with us being greeted and seated promptly (but the waitress forgot our order after we’d given it to her and had to ask us again). As mentioned, the décor and interiors are wonderful here, with what looks to be the original wooden floors and ceiling stripped back. We ordered two breakfasts (one veggie, one standard – both around the £9 ish mark) and a couple of coffees – whilst the food was OK, it was just that (very average) so we were a little disappointed. The standard breakfast had bacon as hard as concrete, like it had been left out under a heat-lamp far too long (and the toast was solid too) – the other elements were fine. The veggie breakfast didn’t live up to expectations either – the bread again was hard as nails and unlike most places where the spinach is either sautéed or garnished etc, here it was just dumped raw under the eggs – it was also the most meagre serving of halloumi I’ve ever encountered in any restaurant – good scrambled eggs though.

Given we live so close, I so badly wanted to fall in love with this place, but the breakfast just wasn’t all that alas – we might try Bush Hall Dining Rooms again one day, but definitely not in the morning.

Superb food, friendly staff, and a warm, welcoming atmosphere is what you'll get at BHD. I cannot recommend it highly enough.

Awesome atmosphere, great service, wonderful food, super family friendly and great value for money! Do I need to say more?

Great place for a leisurely good weekend brunch, for good value as well. Love the decor especially the booths and the posters of bush hall concerts.

Fab, authentic, chilled and ideal for pre-gigs, glorious wood-fired pizzas, cocktails with girlfriends or a group bash.

These guys have the most yummiest food and the staff are so awesome!!


The staff were really friendly and tried to be attentive but were clearly rushed off their feet on a busy Sunday morning so they were really struggling to keep the high standards up throughout the meal.  Not their fault though, they should have had at least one more person working!  My food was lovely, unfortunately my friends can with avocado that was rock solid and given that was the main part of the breakfast it was a bit disappointing. If you don't have the right ingredients the item should be taken off the menu rather than served sub standard!  Coffee was nice, the restaurant is nicely decorated. Wouldn't rush back but there isn't many other brunch spots in that area so I am sure I will visit again!

Quite simple, my favourite place in London - everything about BHD is amazing, the people, the atmosphere, the food, the coffee, the music... ahhh... it's just... so... good :)

Great People Eat Here, Musicians, Actors & Authors... No Sharp Suites Please!

Bush hall dining rooms has a great atmosphere, fantastic for kids
We had a wonderful afternoon

i would give this no stars. When it first opened it was ok and as the Time Out review suggests, looks the part. The food is below par and average to state the least. I've written with complaints twice after I took some friends there whom were gutted at the poor food experience, and guess what, not even a reply. The management know its poor. The 5 stars reviews below are planted and are not at all realistic, I'm from Uxbridge Road and never write reviews but having just received n email from Bush Hall asking me to write against the TO review is the final straw. The food is RUBBISH, don't bother

I've been three times and would suggest that the food is massively let down by the waiting staff. Each time we've been we've had to ask for a drink and last time we had to ask for the menus!!!

Hopefully, being named the winning restaurant in Time Out’s own 'Love London Awards 2014' for Shepherd's Bush / West London (voted for by the public) will not only reassure readers to try this restaurant for themselves but also convince Time Out to return to review Bush Hall Dining Rooms again.  I'm sure they'd agree their readers can't all be wrong...

Time Out need to go back and review this place again! Wonderful food and great staff - a welcome addition to Shepherds Bush.

I have been to Bush Hall Dining once with my family and let me tell you, I am just itching to get back there! We went around lunch time and my husband and son both had the steak - which they both loved, my daughter had the burger (which I will definitely go for next time - it looked delicious!) and it received high praise from the most fussiest burger eater out there (my daughter) I had the day special of sebass and saffron mash and I was in complete heaven (I’m a big fish lover) and this dish just exceeded my expectations. My only hang up is that we we’re all too full for a desert, as amazing as they all sounded (and believe me when I say we wanted to try them all) the main meal hit the spot, that if I had forced down a dessert I know I wouldn’t have enjoyed it. I am quite a frequent lunch goer, I love looking for new spots to eat out and was recommended Bush Hall Dining by a girlfriend of mine, and we have both agreed that we will be going back there. So it would be fair to say I have visited my fair share of ‘shabby places’ and I agree with this article on one of it’s points - it most certainly does look the part, the decor is absolutely stunning. Whilst I’ve had my fair share of shabby places, I’ve also had the misfortune of abysmal waiting staff, but we we’re blessed with the most wonderful waitress I have ever experienced, I did not catch her name but she had an american accent and she was so genuinely happy to tend to our every need, and made us all smile. It is a shame this is the review Bush Hall Dining has received, because my views are the complete polar opposite. I hope people will just take this as a view of just one and actually try it out for themselves. I am counting down the days till I return!

As a Shepherds Bush resident I was delighted when Bush Hall Dining Rooms opened. I've eaten there about 6 times now and can honestly say it is my favourite place to go. I was really surprised to read the review above. What a shame! I think I've tried about a third of the menu now but it does keep changing so its hard to keep up. The prawn cocktail was gorgeous when I had it - huge prawns and a delicious smokey sweet sauce. The terrine is also fabulous but huge; we shared it between 2 the last time I went. The peach and Parma ham salad is fresh and summery and my friend adores the confit tuna. The lamb with pistachio crust is almost a perfect dish. I had the first three times and have had to ban myself from ordering it so I can at least try something else. Time Out is right about the steak - juicy and perfectly seasoned - my son orders his blue! Last week there was a special of tea-smoked duck which was delicious and one of my friends had the rabbit ravioli another special I think. I'm usually too full for a pudding but did share an elderflower and rhubarb fool which was amazing. All in all it's just a great place! Don't be put off by Time Outs review check it out for yourself.

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