As soon as you walk in you are greeted with duck egg blue walls and rustic furniture slightly reminiscent of a 60’s film set. If you are into aesthetic interiors, then this is the definitely one of the best places to eat in West London.
Formerly Café Rouge, Mustard serves British produce from breakfast to lunch to dinner in a contemporary British-French brasserie setting. You can find the menus on offer HERE.
I opted for the ‘London cure smoked salmon & scrambled eggs on toast’ and the ginger beer.
Despite it being a smaller portion, it did fill me up which made up for the slightly steeper price at £9.95 but since it's pretty standard for London, not many complaints there. The salmon was smoked to perfection and the scrambled eggs added the right amount of saltiness to the palate while the toast pulled it all together (lol am I a food critic now).
|London cure smoked salmon & scrambled eggs on toast £9.95|
|Sicilian lemonade £3.95 // Ginger beer £3.95|
|Full Mustard £9.95|
|Waffle with bacon, fried eggs & maple syrup, vanilla cream & cinnamon sugar £6.95|
I really enjoyed the charming, laid back atmosphere which lent itself well to a chilled catch up with friends and I would definitely recommend you visit if you’re in this part of London.