The Glasshouse

14 Station Parade, Kew, London, TW9 3PZ - View on a map
Telephone: 020 8940 6777

The Glasshouse Restaurant In London
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Overall 9.0
Food 9.0
Service 10.0
Atmosphere 8.0
Value 9.0
Based on 1 reviews

what the critics say


Zoe Williams

Tuesday, September 18, 2012 - Rabbit pasta has a bit more trendsetting flourish, however, and it worked beautifully. I love that contrast, the luxurious, floppy ease of the pasta against the lean gaminess of the meat. The carrots on the side, dotted with cumin, were classic in combination yet inventive, especially with some crunchy peas, plus a fig and mustard veloute...People who like things done the way they've always been done, and perfectly, will love it. People who like things done differently will find enough to divert them. And everyone will be suffused with a deep contentment.

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Tamarind and Thyme

Tamarind and Thyme

Monday, November 29, 2010 - I was in a fishy mood and chose the Grilled mackerel and miso, oyster dressing, shiso leaf and crispy squid, a surprise order from me as I usually avoid fusion dishes in modern European restaurants. However, this was quite pleasant with the grilled mackerel very tasty and sitting on top of an equally delicious remoulade-like salad...Blai followed with the Roast gurnard with creamed fennel, saffron potatoes and swiss chard and roasting juices. The fillet of gurnard came with an appetisingly crisp skin and sat on a delicious preparation of creamed fennel.

Cheese and Biscuits

Cheese and Biscuits - 7/10

Wednesday, November 24, 2010 - Main course was far more predictable, and far more enjoyable. Lovely moist breast fillets of partridge, with a little lollipop of confit leg meat, was dressed with artichokes, crispy bacon bits and chestnuts...Despite the menu lottery, and some cold cheeses, you can see where your 45 quid goes at the Glasshouse. It's a comfortable and comforting place to spend an evening, the friendly staff and good food combining into a big soft embrace of a restaurant, and it does, at least, deserve both the Michelin star and the custom from happy locals.

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