Revealed: The best places to eat out in Fulham

Famous for pretty tucked-away streets showcasing breathtaking Edwardian and Victorian properties, Fulham is a very attractive location to live. When it comes to good food, one will quickly also discover that Fulham has a multitude of eateries (no less wowing than its property) which are perfect for every situation.



Quaint and charming cafes decorate Fulham’s streets, perfect for breaking up shopping trips or dog walks and essential for starting the day right. There’s a fantastic array to choose from for your petit dejeuner.

St Clements – New Kings Road

Split over two floors with a cosy atmosphere and rustic feel. An ideal choice for those looking for healthy, handmade fresh dishes that make full use of seasonal produce. Think smoked salmon, avocado, grapefruit, rye bread, wild rocket and all manner of eggs wonderfully combined, as well as crafter traybakes and delicately hand-roasted coffee.

Boma – Wandsworth Bridge Road + Parsons Green

An eating destination so popular that there are two within a short walk of each other. If you’re looking for a great range of cocktails to accompany your brunch then look nowhere else. The Wandsworth Bridge venue is also equipped with a small terrace making it perfect for starting those summer mornings. A wide array of both traditional and exotic dishes are on offer, including the ‘build your own breakfast’ to tailor to every preference. Boma focuses on using local ingredients and suppliers for the local people to create a dedicated neighbourhood-centric feel.

Hally’s – Parsons Green

Designed in Californian style, Hally’s sells itself as the location for innovative, fresh food, expertly-made coffee & a relaxed vibe. It is one of the most popular, and busiest cafes in Fulham as empty tables are often hard to come by. A wide selection of organic and ethically produced delicacies are on offer for those that beat the crowds with a menu that changes with the seasons. Mouth-watering options include ricotta pancakes, banana bread, avocado fries, as well as the enticing weekend bottomless brunch.



When it comes to eating out and fine dining in particular, Fulham’s impressive selection of restaurants and gastro-pubs that cover a huge variety of cuisines and flavours, means that you’re spoilt for choice and never short of options.

The Harwood Arms – Walham Grove

One of two Michelin star eateries located in Fulham and the first and only London pub to achieve this accolade. This tucked away gastropub offers award-winning food and wine that’s very respectfully priced in a casual and relaxed atmosphere. A variety of set menu options are available for lunch and dinner using ingredients exclusively from the very best of British produce with a focus on game and wild food. Sunday roasts are also extremely popular and always in high demand so reservation is a necessity.

Claude’s Kitchen – Parsons Green

Often featured as one of London’s top restaurants and one of the most romantic, Claude’s Kitchen is another firm Fulham favourite. The menu is British cuisine dedicated and changes weekly and seasonally boasting ‘adventurous flavour combinations’ with conscientious fundamentals behind the art. The passion brought forward in the menu stems from ensuring that ingredients and produce are sustainably and ethically sourced and support local suppliers.

Sapori Sardi – Fulham Road

A family-run restaurant, full of flair that is ‘a heaven of authentic Sardinian and carefully selected Italian wines’ with a warm and welcoming atmosphere that makes you feel immediately at home. Traditional Sardinian main courses include spaghetti Bottarga, Gnoccetti Camidanese, Gamberoni al limone and grilled artichoke and octopus. The desserts alone are enough of a reason to take a visit, with homemade tiramisu , panna cotta, seadas and affogoto being hot on the menu.

El Metro – Fulham Broadway

Serving residents for over 25 years, El Metro is considered one of Fulham’s most unique and most beautiful restaurants. The ambience, style, and live music woven together is all intended to give an authentic experience and bring the visitor straight into Spain itself. The tapas menu consists of traditional Spanish cuisine mixed with a large variety of seafood dishes, the outcome of which is a selection of dynamic combinations that experiment with new flavours and textures. Leaving a lasting impression on customers of the tastes, sights, and sounds of authentic Spain is the principle of El Metro’s values.