Hedone was not a restaurant that popped up in any way on my radar. Instead, it was a recommendation from the proprietors of Kitchen Table. Fortunately for me, I was able to secure an early dinner reservation less than 24 hours in advance online. The relatively new restaurant is a recently-awarded 1-star Michelin establishment located in the Chiswick area of London, about a 40-minute journey from the Paddington Tube Station to Chiswick Park via the Underground (Zone 3). The restaurant itself is on Cheswick High Road, about an easy 7-minute walk from the station. The cuisine focuses on presenting fresh local ingredients.
I had a nice seat at the counter overlooking the open kitchen.
The menu is straightforward. You can go with a “carte blanche” tasting menu, and they will present you with several courses of the kitchen’s choosing. Or else, you can pick out options to set up a 5- or 6-course dinner (you can choose to add the bolded item to make it 6 courses). You have a choice of one of two entrees. I went with the “carte blanche” option. The menu changes frequently.
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