I’ve rambled on about it now for a long time! But I got a new job and that meant leaving my old one. But what better way to have a little send off, than at the lovely Chiswick Fire Station.
As the name suggests the venue was once a Fire Station and is sister bar of No1 Duke Street in Richmond, a former post of mine. The group like to create the same ambience, cool contemporary and warm vibes. Behind the thick curtains at the entrance you are hit by the large central bar area, where people can meet and mingle. The perfect spot for a glass of wine or weekend cocktails.
We were lucky enough to have an area tucked away all to ourselves! It made for an ideal setting.
Service was quick and seamless, with bottles of wine at the ready. The menu has something for everybody, good British food and extremely tasty. I plonked for the halloumi burger and some fries, all or were delicious!
What makes this bar so nice in this suburb of West London is mainly the atmosphere, London trendy bar meets cozy country pub. A relaxed buzz with music, lots of chatter and plenty of space to sit and enjoy the evening over a beverage. The Chiswick Fire Station also has a lovely little outdoor area to sit and enjoy brunch on a morning.
Catering for all needs and only a quick walk from the tube, if you find yourself wanting to escape from the bustling city head to leafy Chiswick and the Fire Station. I’m sure you will not be disappointed.