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The Bollo House
Located just a stones throw from Chiswick High Road and Chiswick Park, on the sleepy Bollo Lane, West London, The Bollo is a community centred gastro pub. Our aim is ... show more
Located just a stones throw from Chiswick High Road and Chiswick Park, on the sleepy Bollo Lane, West London, The Bollo is a community centred gastro pub. Our aim is to provide excellent seasonal food, homemade puddings and ice creams and a friendly atmosphere alongside quality wine, beers and spirits. Our team is young, passionate, knowledgeable and above all friendly. We constantly strive to improve the customer experience.
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10 reviews of The Bollo House in English
The Bollo, has been my local now for 3 years! And in a place like Chiswick where the competition is fears The Bollo has always been there for me! It is so friendly and inviting, not coming from England makes it sometimes hard to find friends. But the Bollo house takes you inn and makes sure you feel at home. The food is very very good, and having used them for my own kitchen for 3 years I know how hard it is to deliver every single time. But the do! I feel lucky living close to the Bollo House! And I enjoy coming in to play chess or reading a book by the fireplace, it feels like I have a very big living room:-)
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Staff very friendly, courteous and attentive.
Lovely decor and a good menu. I paid £12 for a burger which seems a bit steep. The shoe-fries were undercooked, the burger was beautifully cooked and presented but a bit bland.
I have been here a few times for lunch, and it’s pretty special. Perhaps the nicest, tidiest 'pub’ I have ever been to, the decor puts most restaurants in Chiswick to shame. It has a very relaxed atmosphere, helped along by the friendly staff and great service.
Eating here is a great experience, mostly because when you are eating the good food on offer, it feels like you are discovering a little secret tucked in the backstreets of Chiswick (particularly due to the lack of customers). It must get busier in the evenings, and I am told the various entertainment (from live music to pub quizzes) throughout the week attracts a crowd. It is a shame I no longer live in Chiswick, because I would definitely be a regular.
Spent many a lunchtime in the Bollo.
It varies quite dramatically depending on the chef and the season, sometimes they offer good value lunches (5.95 special used to be great as well as £10 Mondays) and other times nothing. Food can be really good or mediocre.
Very very busy in the evening.
As a pub, this boozer seems to offer a fairly typical service. An OK selection of beers, and decent service at the bar. It never appears to be too busy either which must be a bit of a bonus. They only had two hand pumps in operation during my last visit and they were both Greene King.
I've eaten there twice. The first time was amazing. Fantastic food and very efficient service. A more recent visit however did not prove as successful. Our group were sat waiting for about 20 minutes before the waitress even bothered to acknowledge us. She then got our drinks wrong and appeared pretty annoyed at us for asking them to be replaced. I'm willing to accept however that we were a bit unlucky...
The food was decent though. The Monkfish was a tiny bit dry but very tasty. The kofte looked very appetising and the boar sausages received favourable reviews...
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