Glasshouse
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Address: 14 Station Parade, Kew TW9 3PZ

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 8940 6777

Local Kew favourite and Michelin-starred The Glasshouse is owned by Nigel Platts-Martin and Bruce Poole, the duo behind Chez Bruce in Wandsworth and La Trompette in Chiswick. It offers fixed-price menus for both lunch and dinner.

This restaurant has 1 Michelin Star

Latest reviews of The Glasshouse

Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

18 October 2012

Neither a prettily arranged char-grilled mackerel fillet with celeriac and apple remoulade, bacon and smoked cod roe, nor a still-life of roast wood pigeon with pommes sarladaise, turnips, poached pear and spiced jus (to follow), were more than the sum of their ingredients, though both were nice enough…

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Zoe Williams, The Telegraph

18 September 2012

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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Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

24 November 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…

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Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

15 June 2010

The chicken was nicely cooked, the gnocchi competent and avoiding sogginess, while the jus flavoured with tarragon was rich and a good foil for the chicken…

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What the Critics say

Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

18 October 2012

Neither a prettily arranged char-grilled mackerel fillet with celeriac and apple remoulade, bacon and smoked cod roe, nor a still-life of roast wood pigeon with pommes sarladaise, turnips, poached pear and spiced jus (to follow), were more than the sum of their ingredients, though both were nice enough…

Read full review »
zoe_williams

Zoe Williams, The Telegraph

18 September 2012

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…

Read full review »
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Terry Durack, The Independent

5 July 2009

It is a seasonal roll call of things the British love to eat, from smoked-haddock fishcakes with samphire to a crab salad and duck-leg confit and cabbage. A warm salad of wood pigeon confirms that this is a cook who knows how to put compatible, seasonal ingredients together and then leave them alone…

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Giles Coren, The Times

17 May 2008

The main courses were equally accomplished and unharried by fickle metropolitan fashion. Spinach and ricotta crespelle, a delicate pancake folded over baked tomatoes, was a restrained yet full-bottomed and sweetly scented veggie option…

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What the Bloggers say

Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

24 November 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…

Read full review »
Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

15 June 2010

The chicken was nicely cooked, the gnocchi competent and avoiding sogginess, while the jus flavoured with tarragon was rich and a good foil for the chicken…

Read full review »