The smoke house and grill on Sutton Lane North will hold an official opening, at the former site of The Hole in the Wall pub which has received a full makeover, on Monday April 6.
Part of Noble Inns, founded in 2008 by husband and wife team Scott and Maria Hunter, and later joined by Simon Holroyd and executive chef, Neil Rankin, the pub will be the second of its kind - following Smokehouse Islington.
It is made up of a whisky room, a dining room that opens up to a paved terrace and lawn and an interior decorated in shades of white and greys.
The real barbecue menu has been created by Mr Rankin with signature dishes including rock oysters with beef dripping; burnt leeks with slow cooked egg and smoked lamb shoulder with polenta and raclette, not forgetting the Smokehouse famous Sunday roast with all the trimmings.
Cooking here will celebrate small farms and a dedicated smoking shed complete with an 'Ole Hickory Pit Smoker' and Robata grill will perfect the refined barbecue specials.
Mr Rankin who learnt his trade at Barbecoa, as head chef at Pitt Cue Co and later at John Salt, said: "We are thrilled to be opening Smokehouse in Chiswick, bringing our robust, and gutsy barbecue cooking to the neighborhood.
"As soon as we saw the space, we fell in love with it, and were excited to breathe new life into this lovely old pub."
Among the drinks there is a stellar selection of craft beer and ales, an exclusive European wine list, as well as a whisky list of more than 100 varieties from Scottish and Japanese whisky to American and Irish.
The oak-topped bar features a double-sided fireplace, chandeliers and long church pews covered with reindeer hides, while the whisky room, a cosier affair, comes with dark, oak panelled walls adorned with antler and roe deer heads, leather wingback chairs and open fires.
A soft launch was held on Thursday March 26.