From the early morning hours until late at night, Lala Brasserie in London’s Hammersmith serves up premium Mediterranean food in a beautiful setting. An entertainment venue, bar, brasserie and cafe all in one, this foodie favourite is known for its events (karaoke, anyone?), its fresh offerings and friendly service. Lala Brasserie can be found down Queen Caroline Street, right by Broadway Shopping Centre and Hammersmith tube station, a convenient location for enjoying fresh, delicious Mediterranean eats.
Good value tasty food, good service, a pleasant experience and the speedy menu must help people who come for the Hammersmith Apollo just across the road.
Visited Lala for the first time with 45 minutes to spare before an event at the Hammersmith Apollo. Food was lovely and service was fast so didn't feel rushed.
The waiter/waitresses continually circled the restaurant making us feel very uncomfortable. The starters were barely cleared before the mains were put down - made us feel rushed. It was hot and stuffy. The lamb was fatty and pink.
London’s Lala Brasserie has earned a reputation for excellence, namely for its friendly service, cool location and of course, its fantastic Mediterranean cuisine. Lala on Queen Caroline Street in Hammersmith also features a fabulous bar, complete with one of London’s largest collections of fine wine and a long list of delicious cocktails. Come by for one of Lala’s Rockaoke nights and show off your singing skills or rock to your favourite tunes – and indulge in some hummus or a bottle of wine, while you’re at it.
Famous for their breakfasts, Lala Brasserie offer an ideal place to start your morning off right. Try the Lala breakfast and enjoy a smorgasbord of delights like Cumberland sausage, farm house bacon, eggs cooked the way you like them, breakfast potatoes, roasted field mushrooms, baked beans, grilled tomato and toasted bread. Lala Brasserie also features a deli that has amazing sandwiches, all served on homemade bread. The Mediterranean dinners are also not to be missed, and Lala even has pre- and post-theatre options. A multi-purpose cafe, brasserie and bar in London’s Hammersmith, Lala packs in a serious crowd – make a reservation and see what it’s all about.