Your Guide to the Best Spots in Fulham
With its tree-lined streets, stunning river views and village feel, Fulham has become one of West London’s most popular neighbourhoods.
Bordering the equally upmarket and fashionable areas of Chelsea, Hammersmith and Kensington, and with Battersea and Putney just across the bridge, Fulham is highly sought after by young professionals, families, and even celebrities.
Despite being just four miles from central London, Fulham has plenty of green open spaces where you can take a break from city life, meet friends or simply enjoy nature.
Bishops Park is one of the most well-loved spots in the area. Running adjacent to the River Thames, this Grade II listed park has a sculpture garden, rose garden, lakes, ponds and plenty of pathways, as well as a range of sporting facilities including table tennis tables and basketball goals. There’s even an urban beach with a splash pad during the summer.
There’s also the beautiful botanic gardens at Fulham Palace and the stunning walled garden, 3.5 acres of plants, trees and open green space. You could even combine your trip with a visit to the Palace itself, which was home to the Bishops of London for more than 1,300 years.
Fulham is also home to an impressive selection of places to eat and drink.
If you’re looking to impress a client or treat a friend, head to the Michelin-starred River Cafe serving authentic Italian food with unrivalled views of the Thames. We highly recommend a table on the terrace in the summer.
You could also try the Harwood Arms, the only Michelin-starred pub in London. Serving authentic British cuisine, people come from miles just to try the famous Scotch Eggs.
If you love Mexican food, you need to visit Yucca. We love the Cajun fish burger, veggie quesadillas and frozen margaritas.
We’re also big fans of Gola, which serves delicious Italian dishes in a fun, laid back atmosphere.
For a night of cocktails and dancing, Kona Kai promises “to transport you to the shores of the South Pacific”. With live DJs performing every Friday and Saturday until 2.30am, it’s the perfect weekend destination.
If champagne bars are more your thing, we recommend Amuse Bouche. As well as an impressive drinks menu, it also serves a selection of great food to share.
There’s also Vagabond, with its stellar wine selection and tapas-style sharing boards. The perfect place for a team night out or quiet, post-work drink.
For brunch, try Hally’s, a Californian-inspired cafe serving a selection of healthy options. Think acai bowls, smoothies and buckwheat pancakes.
We also like Love Walk Cafe, which serves some of the best coffee in the area.
f you’re in need of some retail therapy, Fulham won’t disappoint. From small independent shops to a shopping centre packed full of large chains to a bustling market, there’s something for everyone.
North End Road Market is one of London’s most historic markets, with rows of delicious food and craft stalls. There’s also live music and street performers to keep you entertained.
For sports fans, there’s plenty to keep you busy. Fulham’s not only home to Fulham FC’s ground, Craven Cottage, but it’s also where Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge is located.
Of course, if you need coworking space, there’s nowhere better than the brand new Fulham Works.
Located on the first floor of Fulham Broadway Shopping Centre, within easy reach of the area’s bars, cafes, shops and restaurants, thisbeautifully-designed flexible workspace – brought to you by Spacemade – offers all the modern amenities you’d expect and more including hotdesks, coworking spaces, collaboration lounges, private offices, meeting rooms, and focus booths.
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