Looking for ideas on where's best to meet and eat before a game at Loftus Road? Well now that White City Place and the new Westfield London extension has opened you're really not short of great places to try.
35 Wingate Road, London W6 0UR
The main menu's a thing of beauty in this West London pub, but if you're after something fast, go for their burger with mozzarella and spiced mayo on the bar menu.
1 Wood Lane, Shepherd's Bush London W12 7DP
Newly reopened by Allegra McEvedy whose mother owned it in the 70s. There's a restaurant upstairs if you have enough time before kick off, otherwise grab a decent bottle of wine downstairs and maybe a bowl of Taglierini ‘cacio e pepe’ to bolster you.
Dorsett Hotel, 58 Shepherd's Bush Green, London W12 8QE
Xiao long bao are what Fay Maschler recommends you try here as well as the prawn and bean curd skin cheung fun. Mind you, it's a bit high end if you're coming here in your football kit.
18 Goldhawk Road, London W12 8DH
Streetfood done brilliantly is exactly the kind of thing you're after on a match day. Cheeseburger tacos is what you want here. (Note - they're on holiday at the mo and back on 30 August).
New for the 2018/9 season
89 Wood Lane, London W12 7FA
Since last season, White City Place - the new development of shops, flats and restaurants on the site of the old BBC Television Centre on Wood Lane has opened. There's a huge new Soho House club, White City House, with a restaurant Allis open to non-members. Homeslice, Patty & Bun and Bluebird are already open and Kricket is getting ready to open its doors this September. There's also Wellbourne and The Athenian too.
201 Wood Lane, London, W12 7TU
Right now the food option for this modern day food court is run by Other Side Fried, making this a perfect place to grab one of London's best chicken burgers before or after the game.
Westfield London, Ariel Way, London W12 7GF
Almost every kind of Japanese noodle can be found here from udon to soba and there's also gyoza, yakitori, sushi, donburi - you name it. Best of all the food court layout means it's a great place for groups to swing by and get a quickish bite to eat on the way to the stadium. And yes, there's also ice cold Japanese beer to lure you here.
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