Take a look inside the stylish new restaurant and bar which has opened its doors on a busy strip in the heart of Chiswick this week.
No 197 Chiswick Fire Station welcomed punters and diners to the refurbished venue at the official opening party on Wednesday (April 27).
The former home of the local fire brigade has retained its fire station features on the outside, while inside has been given a fresh new look and seen the courtyard opened up perfect for summer food and drinks.
With plush new furniture to settle in over cocktails with friends or a celebration meal in one of the more secluded areas or long tables as well as some private booths, the new setting offers something quite different to its predecessor All Bar One.
The Australian-inspired menu offers everything from breakfast to dinner and snacks in between made from locally sourced ingredients and a seasonal menu.
It is the fourth neighbourhood restaurant and bar to be added to the growing Darwin and Wallace which includes No 11 Pimlico Road, Belgravia; No 32 The Old Town in Clapham; and No 1 Duke Street in Richmond.
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