HAMMERSMITH’S restaurant scene is changing fast, with noodle chain Wagamama having opened this week and an artisan cafe from East Sussex coming soon.
Wagamama opened on Tuesday to hoards of hungry workers looking for lunch.
The Japanese restaurant has transformed the much-loved Old Fire Station in Shepherd’s Bush Road and is the first London Wagamama to feature its new bar concept.
Customers will be able to enjoy newly invented cocktails such as the Yuzu Collins and Tokyo 46 in a sleek bar area.
Bill’s Produce is set to open later this year on the other side of the tracks, at the bottom of recently opened office block 10 Hammersmith Grove.
Foodies may have noticed branches of this small yet growing artisan cafe, which started in a shed in Lewes, popping up across the capital.
Its owners boast ‘fresh, seasonal, smile-on-your-face food’, with everything from a traditional English breakfast with bubble and squeak to fish pie, moules frites and Eton mess.