|Pissarro back and better than ever|
Exciting refurb for restaurant damaged by fire
Pissarro, one of Chiswick's top restaurants, will be back in action on Saturday 11th June with new decor and a new chef.
Hamish Watt will be taking over in the kitchen of the newly refurbished restaurant which was damaged by a fire which broke out in the early hours of Sunday morning (17th April).
Restaurant manager, Tiffany Rivette, told ChiswickW4.com that no one was hurt during the fire which was caused by a faulty fridge.
Pissarro is consistently ranked as one of Chiswick's top restaurants and even a brief absence is likely to prove a painful experience for regular diners.
Its stunning Thames-side location away from the bustle of the high road affords unexpectedly rural views across to Barnes from the all weather dining conservatory, whilst its close proximity to Chiswick Pier makes Pissarro one of the few London eateries accessible by river or road.
Founded eight years ago, the restaurant remains the ownership of a team of local entrepreneurs who place a high value on their local community and who are incredibly proud of their restaurant’s well earned reputation.
Staunch supporters of local charities and local sporting events, they once again sponsored this year’s 1000 metre Great River Swim in aid of Chiswick Pier Trust and the RNLI. Pissarro’s also generously sponsor their local primary school, Cavendish, and are passionate benefactors of Richmond Rugby Club.
Pissarro is usually open all day with lunch served from 12:00pm to 3:30pm (4:00pm on Sundays) and supper from 7:00pm to 10.30 (9:30pm on Sundays). Booking advisable on 020 8994 3111.
June 3, 2005