Brew Cafe Appears To Have Closed In Chiswick

Mystery over sudden departure from High Road


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The Chiswick branch of the cafe/restaurant chain Brew, appears to have closed permanently.

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The premises has been shut for over a week with no notice posted either on the door or on social media about its circumstances. Prior to that locals reported that it was not open for the full hours stipulated on its website.

We have emailed and called the Brew head office several times this week but as yet have not received a response. Access to the restaurant is denied by delivery services.

Sources have told us that it closed due to lack of business and that another cafe will shortly be taking over the premises.

There are other branches in Clapham, Barnes, Putney, Wandsworth and Wimbledon which are still open.

Jason Wells

Antipodea restaurant, which has a branch in Kew, is part of the same stable.

The restaurant chain is known for its breakfasts using unusual ingredients. Dishes include Turkish eggs served with yoghurt and chillies, dry aged steaks, and wood-fired pizzas. They also bake their own pastries and cakes.

It is owned by Australian master butcher Jason Wells, who was once involved in a controversial 'road rage' incident


September 21, 2019

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