I've just had my second meal at the Hammersmith Cafe in six months (frequent for me) and felt compelled to write a positive review.
This is one of those schizophrenic restaurants that's a greasy spoon by day and a Thai by night.
The decor is greasy spoon. However the lighting is reasonably kind. The service is good and the food better.
Mid-market clientele who know they're onto a good thing.
We just had starters after the cinema across the road (Woody Allen's 'Blue Jasmine' - not worth the ticket and thank heavens I was late from work so avoided it) and paid £29.95 plus £5 tip for three.
No license and the two local wine shops sell turps so make sure to BYO - no corkage so dig deep in what you laughingly call your cellar to have a great value outing.
If I was about to be 40 I'd book all the tables and have a great night.
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