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The Station House

Acton · European, British · ££££
Excellent
4.9/6
8 Reviews

About The Station House

This gastropub is about as convenient to that best mode of travel after a night of dining and drinking – train – as you could wish for, being located in the beautiful Station Buildings of Acton Central train station itself along Churchfield Road. Aptly named The Station House, it’s here in this stunning, sensitively refurbished space you can enjoy famous pizzas, tapas centred on Puglian cuisine, and all the British pub classics you could hope for – including a Sunday Roast that’s a local favourite. Order up a pint, a glass of wine, and some of the best pub grub you’ll find in this part of London and take your victuals anywhere in the building, or go a little more formal and take your seats in the dining room. Perfect for a casual meal or a big function, The Station House is one establishment that down-to-earth gourmets won’t want to miss.

Address

The Station House
1 Churchfield Road, Acton
London W3 6BH

Opening Times

Closed today

Chef's Choice

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Mains

Buffalo Mozzarella & Aubergine Potato Gnocchi

Served in a rich tomato & aged ricotta sauce
£11.00

Seared Scallops & Prawns Spaghetti Alla Chitarra

Fresh artisan pasta cooked in a cherry tomato & pistachio sauce
£12.00

9oz Rib Eye Steak & Sweet Potato Fries

Served with roasted cherry tomatoes & rocket
£14.95
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Specials

Courgette & Feta Fritters

With sundried tomato relish, rocket & carasau Sardinian bread
£6.50

Sweet & Sour Pork Meatball

In red onion & vinegar sauce served with ciabatta
£7.00

Roasted Baby Chorizo Braised in a Shallot & Red Wine Sauce

Served with Ciabatta
£7.00
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Desserts

Classic Chocolate Profiteroles & Cream

Soft choux pastry filled with vanilla cream
£5.00

Ricotta & Raspberry Cappucino Mousse

£5.00

Nutella Pastry Roll & Whipped Cream

£5.95

8 The Station House Reviews

"Excellent"6/6
Richard H.a year ago · 1 review

Great food and friendly staff. Well worth visiting anytime. Menu varied and good range of wines. Atmosphere was really nice for relaxing to eat and have a drink.

"Excellent"6/6
Claudia G.a year ago · 1 review

Staff pays attention to clients' need. They offered us a dessert for free. Quality of food was really good and healthy. I definetely recommend it.

"Excellent"6/6
Emily B.a year ago · 1 review

Excellent pizza and a good selection of beers. The outside area is good, even on a slightly chilly day as it has heaters. The puglia tapas comes in very generous portions.

"Excellent"6/6
imgMatt K.2 years ago · 1 review

We had a great meal here. The staff were helpful and attentive and the food and beers was great with a good choice. Thoroughly recommend!

"Good"4/6
Sara B.2 years ago · 1 review

Food quality is excellent, really enjoyed the meal! Just one little disappointment as on my main there was one of the ingredients described on the menu missing. But overall it was a great experience.

"Great"5/6
Charlotte S.2 years ago · 1 review

Really helpful staff served us upstairs. Get table manner and knowledgeable about foods and wine sold. Sunday dinner was great as was the sticky toffee pudding!

"Great"5/6
imgRichard H.2 years ago · 1 review

Nice food especially the pizzas and Italian Tapas. I had the Bloody Mary. Very Italian feel. Cool retro decor. Hipster Ales. Would definitely come again.

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