The Gate
Cuisine: Vegetarian
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Address: 51 Queen Caroline Street, London W6 9QL

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 8748 6932

Trendy vegetarian restaurant with seasonal menus which change monthly in Hammersmith.

Latest reviews of The Gate Hammersmith

Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

26 December 2008

Overall I found that the imaginative menu read much better than the kitchen delivered.┬áThere were few real errors other than the poor mince pie pastry, but the dishes lacked seasoning and depth of flavour…

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Toby Young (ES), Evening Standard

8 January 2007

My main course of cashew nut roast was only slightly better, this time suffering from the opposite problem. It looked like a large pile of ground, roasted nuts, the sort of thing you might put out on a bird table on a cold winter’s morning…

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Mimi Spencer, The Guardian

8 August 2004

The courgettes were inspired – just the right balance of crunch and goo. Our risotto of asparagus and broad bean was similarly uplifting, with none of the cloying weight that so often kills a risotto after two forkfuls…

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Evening Standard

Mary McCartney, Evening Standard

11 June 2003

The Japanese roll was fresh, crisp and tasty, while the halloumi, char-grilled in a tikka marinade and served on a skewer with vegetables and a chick-pea salsa, had a chilli kick that rocked…

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What the Critics say

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Toby Young (ES), Evening Standard

8 January 2007

My main course of cashew nut roast was only slightly better, this time suffering from the opposite problem. It looked like a large pile of ground, roasted nuts, the sort of thing you might put out on a bird table on a cold winter’s morning…

Read full review »
The_Guardian

Mimi Spencer, The Guardian

8 August 2004

The courgettes were inspired – just the right balance of crunch and goo. Our risotto of asparagus and broad bean was similarly uplifting, with none of the cloying weight that so often kills a risotto after two forkfuls…

Read full review »
Evening Standard

Mary McCartney, Evening Standard

11 June 2003

The Japanese roll was fresh, crisp and tasty, while the halloumi, char-grilled in a tikka marinade and served on a skewer with vegetables and a chick-pea salsa, had a chilli kick that rocked…

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Charles Campion, Evening Standard

25 April 2000

The asparagus served at the Gate was probably Choice, or maybe Select, and came with some pleasantly stodgy and rich polenta plus shavings of some rather good Parmesan. Also worthy of note was the Porcini and artichoke tart…

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Fay Maschler, Evening Standard

1 November 1996

The inventive menu strives not to appear wholefoodier-than-thou. Inspiration is taken from all over: nori rolls from Japan; rosti (made with sweet potatoes) from Switzerland; meze from Greece; cornbread and gumbo from the American south…

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What the Bloggers say

Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

26 December 2008

Overall I found that the imaginative menu read much better than the kitchen delivered.┬áThere were few real errors other than the poor mince pie pastry, but the dishes lacked seasoning and depth of flavour…

Read full review »