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Restaurants in West London Finding somewhere to eat that suits your mood is easy given the huge range of restaurants in West London.Whether you’re looking for fine dining in a classic restaurant or want to save some cash, there’s plenty of places to choose from.

If you’re in celebratory mood or simply want to treat yourself and those with you, go luxury for a feast of infused cuisine.

Damien Hurst’s Pharmacy [map] is located in Notting Hill, and offers diners the chance to combine some excellent food with one of the most unique decors in restaurant history.

In this minimalist eatery that is part chemist part celebrity hang-out you can experience some exotic treats and see the latest Hurst installation.

For some of the best Italian cuisine in London head to Assaggi [map], Chepstow Place, for a real gem of a restaurant. Assaggi offers excellent pasta, pizzas and less well-known Italian food, made with fresh and organic ingredients. Extremely difficult to get a table so book early to avoid disappointment.

European cuisine lovers will be tempted by the huge menu on offer at The Providores and Tapa Room [map], Marylebone High Street, Marylebone. Sugar Club manager Peter Gordon has brought a traditional range of dishes to the table at The Providores, whilst The Tapa Room – named after a ceremonial Tongalese cloth – is the place for smaller Tapas-inspired dishes in a more casual setting.

For something different why not give Iranian cuisine a try at Patogh [map], Crawford Place, Marylebone. This restaurant is getting increasingly popular and has built up a solid reputation for offering authentic and exquisitely flavoured cuisine that makes a real “one of a kind” venue in London.

If cash is an issue there’s plenty of reasonably priced venues in which to have a hearty meal.

Try Busaba Eathai [map], Wardour Street, which offers delicious and crisp Thai cuisine made from fresh ingredients.

Alternatively, try some excellent veggie offerings from the likes of Beetroot [map], Berwick Street, which is located in the heart of Soho, and Rasa [map] located at Dering Street, Mayfair. Rasa serves up a menu of spicy Indian fayre in a relaxed and ambient atmosphere.

Take advantage of the latest craze and head to a gastropub. Choose from highly regarded eateries such as The Cow Dining Room [map], Westbourne Park Road, Notting Hill, and The Oak [map], which is close by and less crowded.

The Cow [map] is Tom Conran’s flagship eatery that owes little to the kind of grandeur favoured by his father Sir Terence. This warm and friendly place serves up some of the best seafood in London.

The Oak is something of a hidden gem, and though the outside looks like a typically British public house, the interior and the menu is a far classier affair. Enjoy some unique and interesting cuisine as well as an extensive wine list.

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