A locals' guide to Ravenscourt Park
"It's lovely to see the local community come together to maintain the walled garden in Ravenscourt Park - it's such a pretty place to sit and relax!"Christopher Howard
"I like taking a stroll down to Ravenscourt Park for a picnic when it's sunny. There's tennis courts too for when i'm feeling athletic!"Tom Wright
"The views of the Thames from Chiswick Mall are exceptional - I never tire of them..."Christopher Howard
Where do Ravenscourt Park locals go?
Stenton Family Butchers
The place all locals in Brackenbury Village go if they want bespoke cuts of meat. Truly a great experience and thoroughly recommended.
Submitted by Gary
The loveliest little café, where the owner Kelly will make you a fantastic flat white and an even better gourmet sandwich.
Submitted by Keva
A deli and coffee shop in one, Brackenburys sells some awesome European delicacies.
Submitted by Annabelle
Cracking pub with real ales and a famous Sunday lunch... and a bonus - Monday nights are BYO bottle!
Submitted by Annabelle
An intimate setting with exceptionally accommodating staff and a diverse menu.
Submitted by Pip
The Ginger Pig
A superb butchers with top quality meat and amazing roast dinner sandwiches!
Submitted by Luke
Ravenscourt Park Walled Garden
It's lovely to see the local community come together to maintain the walled garden in Ravenscourt Park - it's such a pretty place to sit and relax!
Submitted by Henry
Can't decide if you would rather have a curry or Chinese? Well how about both... Bombay Chow does remarkable Indo-Chinese Hakka cuisine. Whether it is one of the noodle sizzlers or the glazed lamb chops, you will leave satisfied.
Submitted by Fizah
London Corinthian Sailing Club
Sailors from the local club take to the water along Upper Mall on a weekday evening in Chiswick.
Submitted by Jas
The Good Wine Shop
An amazing selection of some really interesting high-quality wines and staffed by approachable, friendly and knowledgeable staff!
Submitted by Dan
Classy neighbourhood restaurant where the menu is always interesting yet remarkable value. Great cocktails as well...really imaginative!
Submitted by Dan
The Old Ship
As well as the tasty food, this pub offers the most impressive views of the Thames - you can't beat a cold glass of wine while looking out over the water.
Submitted by Daisy
A cosy pub by the Thames with lots of history. Its views and atmosphere make it the perfect spot for a pint or two.
Submitted by Alex
Angie's Little Food Shop
8 years working for Gordon Ramsay paid off! Amazing breakfasts - the crab and apple bruschetta is outstanding - and the salads at lunch are WOW! The guys that work here are lovely too!
Submitted by Sarah
Offering the tastiest, fluffiest blueberry pancake breakfast, which goes great with their homemade lemonade with fresh mint. Everyone who works here is incredibly friendly!
Submitted by Jenalyn
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Did you know?
"Until 1888, Ravenscourt Park Underground Station was named Shaftsbury Road."
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About Ravenscourt Park
Ravenscourt Park is an 8.3 hectare (20.5 acre) public park and garden located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. It is one of the Borough's flagship parks, having won a Green Flag Award. The origins of Ravenscourt Park lie in the medieval manor and estate of Palingswick (or Paddenswick) Manor, located on the site and first recorded in the 12th century. The historic name still exists today in the name of Paddenswick Road, which runs along the northeast boundary of the park. Ravenscourt Park has a London Underground station. It is served by the District Line and is between Hammersmith and Stamford Brook stations.
Local Estate Agencies
Why not explore some other local areas:
- Shepherd's Bush
- Turnham Green
- East Acton
- Barons Court
- West Kensington
- Holland Park
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