- Main course: £11
- Food spend: £25
- Opening hours
- Mon: 17:30 - 22:00. Tues to Thurs: 12:00 - 15:30 & 17:30 - 22:00. Friday to Sat: 12:00 - 23:00. Sunday: 12:30 - 21:30.
In London's Chiswick, Reef Restaurant specialises in delicious traditional British classics and glamorous fish and chips, served in chic surroundings.
Full of character, Reef Chiswick has eclectic decor, with vintage-style design, a pretty colour scheme and quirky wallpaper. There is a picturesque patio area during the warmer months with elegant tables and chairs.
Featuring fresh and seasonal produce, the Reef menu has tasty favourites like traditional fish and chips, lamb chops with creamy mash or Goan fish curry. There are daily specials and the indulgent desserts are all home made. There is a great wine list, with a range of international bottles and signature dishes include the tasty ultimate Reef fish pie.
Opposite Chiswick Station in Grove Park, Reef offers informal dining in a sophisticated restaurant setting. The Royal Botanic Kew Gardens are within easy reach and Kew Gardens Tube Station is nearby.
1 Station Parade, Burlington Lane, Chiswick, London, W4 3HD
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Customer reviews for Reef Restaurant
((((( 28 January 2012 by Aanyaa from london
Don't believe the rubbish reviews. What a place! Service second to none family run unit can't say anymore, maybe the below people are not family oriented? But a real homely feel. Portion sizes are huge to say the least, being a seafood restaurant I would highly recommend the squid and cod and chips. Great for couples and family's alike
((((( 28 January 2012 by chiswick from london
I've been going to Reef regularly over the past few years - but the food we had on Wednesday was the best in a very long time. My fish pie was piping hot and packed with delicious fish and prawns with a really cheesey topping - yum! My friends all had the Goan fish curry which was equally delicious. Service was excellent. It was also incredible value. Well done Reef - Chiswick's hidden gem of a restaurant!
((((( 28 January 2012 by geoffery from london
I have kissed many frogs, too many frogs … Last night, I found myself walking into 'Reef' a real restaurant, you cannot buy class, you either have it or …. Everything about 'Reef', ticked all my boxes, a class operation, great ambiance, nicely decorated, oozing charm and a great energy. The service was professional, polite and alert, the kitchen is inventive and yet knows the importance of doing the simple things well, actually far better than well more like impeccably, yeah, it was that good. No short cuts here, everything was freshly home made, the produce of the highest standard. I started with salt and pepper squid, served with a sweet chilli dipping sauce, superb. I then ordered cod and chips, no greasy, limp fry/chip here, but a great hand cut chip, cooked perfectly and served up pipping hot, in a clean bowl along-side a marvelous piece of cod again beautifully cooked to perfection, with as much freshly cut lemon as you would want, most excellent says I. My partner had Pan-Fried Cajun Marinade Tiger Prawns, again, spot on, pipping hot and delicious, followed by a stunningly home made fish-pie, 10 out of 10. The wine list is good as is their cocktail menu, all in all this place, 'Reef' deserves to be a very successful adventure to all who step in through the door and once through those doors you will be coming back for more, regularly. I could not find fault with anything and I would give them 10 out of 10 across the board. 'Reef' is one of those little gems that we all look for but very rarely find.
((((( 28 January 2012 by george1 from london
This place is great, best fiah and chips in west london with out a dought. Would highly recomend to all. Portion sizes huge cod and chips the size of my arm and i ain't no little guy. My wife had fish pie, seasoned to perfection! Service fantastic, warm and friendly. Will go back again and again!!
(**** 21 January 2012 by Anonymous from London
The place is horrible. You are going as if into a cheap cafe with ridicolously priced menu for what you get. For starter we had king prawns with a bit of bread. There were 2 prawns which tasted like mash inside. Fish pie is salty and not tasty... The decor could do with some attention especially the large damp patch above the entrance... On the table you are having the bottles of nasty sauces ketchup and vinegar. My partner has been in much better builders' cafes with much better food and half the price at least. Let's not forget the [$]service charge from somebody wearing ugg boots and a cardigan from western international market... On the way back you can smell your clothes of chip fat.... disaster...
((((( 7 March 2011 by Lola from London
Very tasty, although think that the chips should be home made and not frozen!
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