The Treehouse

The TreeHouse

The TreeHouse is a Restaurant Bar based London, UK

The TreeHouse

m £65 Bar Tab for the winners £35 bar tab for second place BOOK NOW FOR ONE OF THE BUSIEST DAYS OF THE YEAR IN BARNES MARCH 25th- Join us for our monthly Open Mic Night If you fancy popping along to play, sing, tell a few jokes or recite some poetry let us know and we will add you to the list Take Away Fish 'N' Chips available every Friday "Enjoy the whole pleasure of Barnes, if you're lucky you'll happen upon the TreeHouse"  knowledgeable local tweeter "Easily the best function room & garden in the area"  Excellent Food, stimulating environment, contemporary and ethnic art & furniture.

Using only the finest ingredients TreeHouse guests enjoy high quality and high style dining at today's prices.

"Once again, another really great evening of food and music"       Click on the link below to see our Trip Advisor Reviews

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The Treehouse, Barnes – Fizz of Life Blog

Review analysis
location   food   desserts   menu   staff  

Lilian was not new to local fame; in the 1910s and 20s, she was somewhat of a child star featuring together with her sister Irene, younger by a year, in several London theatre productions, in which they made quite a name for themselves.

The Lovely Husband and I are also extremely fond of her now eight year old daughter, Lilian’s great granddaughter, who unsurprisingly, is a bouncy, bright and precocious little girl, as enjoyable company as her mother.

The Lovely Husband and I couldn’t make up our minds which of the delicious sounding salads we should choose, so we picked one each, a Smoked Chicken Breast, Avocado, Mango and Toasted Almond Salad and a Pan Fried Halloumi, Watermelon, Papaya and Crushed Hazelnut Salad, and shared both equally.

The salads, it must be said, were incredible with their very tasty combo of juicy fruit and savoury, melty halloumi and succulent slices of smoked chicken breast respectively, the mixture of leaves both delicate and crisp, the almonds and crushed hazelnuts giving them some extra crunch and the dressing  superb, light but full of flavour.

This time we ordered a ‘Small Bites’ portion of Deep Fried Calamari with a fabulous Aioli which was so good that some bad mannered finger scooping took place, the same chicken salad as before and, for the Lovely Husband from the daily menu, a thin, juicy, wonderfully rare Bavette Steak with Garlic Beans, Roasted Tomato, Peppercorn Sauce and Chips.

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Squirrel - Nuts About Health | South Kensington

The perfect source for healthy carbohydrates!

At Squirrel, we have welcomed our deliciously healthy Jacket Potatoes to our Hot Food menu, keeping all you Squirrellers warm until the long-awaited summer comes around… If you haven’t tried them already, sit back and relax in the Squirrel Garden as you enjoy our much-loved sweet or white  Jacket …

The Treehouse Clapham | London Private Hire Reviews ...

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Nestled above the Clapham North you will find unique private venue, The Treehouse.

This quirky venue boasts reclaimed wooden cladding, woodland animals, botanical features and a private bar in a loft-like setting.

The space is perfect for all functions day and night, be it a private dinner, a christening or birthday party.

Situated on the 2nd floor, is the fully private dining room complete with a private roof terrace.

The private dining room is suitable for up to 16 guests dining or 20 guests a range of menus with an accompanying wine and cocktail list as well as the flexibility of hiring the venue as a dry hire space.

Pavilion, London W8, restaurant review - Telegraph

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My pork belly (£13.50) was a little dry but the it-shouldn’t-work-but-it-does sideshow – black pudding, langoustine, smoked pineapple (1970s in a good way) and slivers of lardo – was fantastic.

Steak is taken so seriously here that it has its own page on the menu, and B’s sirloin (£24.50) was the right combination of the macho and the tender, his beef-dripping chips macho only, as they should be.

Under the prerequisite tower of salad – the vegetable edifice being a marker of the high-end dining experience these days – were some rather exciting beer-pickled onions.

(Simmonds is adventurous with his ingredients, and there is a lot of fun to be had in guessing your way around the plate.)

Imagine a grown-up Aero bar – those were the “aerated chocolate” chunks that, along with a mint ice cream and a marquise of such ur-chocolatey-ness that I was half expecting to find Willy Wonka’s Golden Ticket within, made up a masterful pudding for B (£8.95).