The space is adorned with cacti, creating a palm spring vibe reminiscent of a Wes Anderson film. The kiddo loved lounging while we sipped pink lemonade and waited for our lunch. Each dish is served lovingly displayed, while the open kitchen allows you to spot the roast chicken rotisserie, which Paul tucked into *yum*. In F's eyes this is certainly the best restaurant as the kids menu is full of his old time favourites such as mac 'n' cheese and spag bol, all perfect for little bellies. We moved over from our cosy corner table to the perfect sofas to enjoy a coffee and make a happy mama before hitting the road.
In addition to the total dreamy interior another reason for a return visit to this beauty hotspot is to test out the inspiring cocktail list that caught my eye by the bar. In fact I can't wait to take my friends and while away the hours, getting creative. I've already started a pinterest board to collect some ideas on how to recreate this for the home.
What do you think? Would this be on your best restaurant design list? You have to admit the courtyard is gorgeous! You can follow No. 197 Chiswick Fire Station here and I can't wait to start a collection of style my coffee guide.
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