Best Bars in West London

Stretching from Westminster to Chelsea and even all the way out towards Brent, West London is one massive area that's jam-packed with unmissable watering holes. Whether you're heading out for a boozy brunch, after work drinks or looking to swoon on a date night, you're sure to find all that you need in this pocket of town. Have a scroll through our top pick of best bars in West London for an experience to remember. 

Last updated on 13th December 2021




Royal Oak

172 user reviews 5

A top pub in North West London, Royal Oak is a local boozer built with lazy weekends in mind. The old mahogany bar serves all the usual suspects, alongside a selection of fine wines and locally sourced ales, making it perfect for chilling out with a classic Sunday roast.

Beerkat

6 user reviews 5

Head over to Ealing Broadway where this unique bottle shop and craft beer bar is serving up some of the brews in the capital. Offering a staggering selection of tipples from its 12-strong tap wall, alongside sourdough pizzas and DJ nights, it's swiftly becoming a West London favourite.

Blue Boat

28 user reviews 4

Got a hankering for a classic West London pub? Perfectly perched on the riverside, The Blue Boat is a haven for pub lunches and afternoon drinks. Whether you're admiring their maritime interiors, scoffing gastro grub or sipping London ale, this place has a little something for everyone. 

The Rose Fulham

86 user reviews 5

A go-to for residents in Fulham and Chelsea, The Rose is a neighbourhood pub that champions the best of British fare. Get your fix of small plates, sharing boards and hearty mains with a wide choice of drinks, all of which can be enjoyed in their gorgeous beer garden.

ESQ

23 user reviews 5

This sleek basement is easily one of West London's best bars, boasting an extraordinary list of signature concoction that have been perfectly mixed by master bartenders. Head to this cosy plot in 100 Queen's Gate Hotel to try them all to the sound of a self-playing piano.

Brook Green

202 user reviews 4

Brook Green is a name on the Hammersmith pub scene that not only promises tasty tidings in the shape of seasonal pub fare, but they also boast a luxury hotel space for those looking to stick it out for the long haul. And in the morning? This place serves one heck of a breakfast. 

Heist Bank

390 user reviews 5

With a mix of industrial and homely interiors, Heist Bank is a unique all-day hangout. Head over to try one of their delicious stone-baked pizzas which come perfectly paired with a craft beer. And when you're done eating? Challenge your mates to a couple of rounds on the pool table.

Kona Kai

159 user reviews 5

Happy Hour ( Sunday to Thursday 4pm -8pm, Friday - Saturday 4pm-6pm. *NOT AVAILABLE ON MATCH DAYS). 2 cocktails £12, Bottle of Prosecco £20, Bottle of House Wine £13.5.

A unique jaunt on the Fulham and Chelsea border, Kona Kai is one of the most unique bars in West London. Going all-out on the South Pacific theme, this place has a taste of all things tiki interiors, creative cocktails and late night partying. 

Callooh Callay Chelsea

49 user reviews 4

Looking for places to drink on the Kings Road? Callooh Callay is one cool cocktail bar in West London, bringing a list of signature creations and vintage classics to its Chelsea home. And if you get peckish, there's light bits of ceviche and South American specials to delve into. 

Chelsea Funhouse is the ultimate Saturday night destination, with enough dancing and debauchery to please even the wildest of West London's partygoers. Taking up three floors of a renovated townhouse, this place is home to some of the city's most exciting pop-up concepts.

Syon Lounge

252 user reviews 3

Located in Syon Park, this award-winning restaurant and shisha lounge is offering up mouthwatering plates. With a head chef who counts stints at Nobu and Hakkasan under his belt, this West London spot is certainly one for sushi and pan-Asian bites.

The Bird in Hand

83 user reviews 4

Located in the heart of Brook Green, The Bird in Hand is a gorgeous contemporary-style pub, serving a menu of small plates and stone-baked pizzas. Operating a no-reservation policy, this is the perfect spot for a casual mid-week dinner or romantic date night.