Eelbrook, on Eelbrook Common along New King’s Road in Fulham, is a small restaurant with big ambition. Bringing together the formidable talents of head chef Brett Barnes (of The Cross Key’s Sunday lunch fame) and sous chef Aidan Brooks (trained at Comerc24 in Barcelona with Carles Abellan and sous chef to Barnes at Soho’s Ducksoup) the pair are bringing British seasonal ingredients and a changing menu to diners in south London.
Great food and friendly service. Highly recommended for lunch or brunch with friends. The burger is decent and the steak was well cooked. Nice atmosphere with an option of sitting outside when weather is nice.
We had 2 starters each instead of a main course and they were all delicious. Best chocolate ice cream ever. Unusual wine list. Nice friendly staff. Would certainly recommend highly.
We've been to Eelbrook a few times now and it one of the best restaurants in our area. The staff are brilliant and the food is amazing! Menu changes regularly so there is always something new to try. It's definitely our favourite place to eat at the moment. Would highly recommend!
The Eelbrook team serve lunch and dinner from their dining room on Eelbrook Common on the New King’s Road in Fulham all week long. Diners are invited to join the team for seasonally relevant British food and a changing menu of the freshest cuisine anywhere in south London. The menu includes classic British flavours like Lincolnshire smoked eel, wild garlic soup, Elwy Valley lamb rump and buttered Jersey royals.
For diners looking for value as well as classic British produce, Eelbrook’s weekend brunch menu or the weekday set menu present an ideal opportunity to sample the kitchen’s skill without breaking the bank. These too are subject to change depending on the availability of ingredients, but expect to find classic English breakfast given the full Eelbrook treatment, and a chance to try dessert at lunch time. In an enviable spot between Fulham Broadway and Parsons Green in south west London, the restaurant is able to attach diners from across the city, as well as one or two curious folks in the vicinity of Eelbrook Common and the New King’s Road.