wedding venue

25 Lonsdale Road, London, NW6 6RA

Hidden away down a cobbled  streets of Queen’s Park, North West London, you’ll discover Hugo’s, a family-friendly café, bar and restaurant. Hugo’s is committed to responsibly and ethically sourced produce, Fairtrade and fresh, organic ingredients where possible. Everything is prepared in the kitchens daily.

Sanded floorboards from a school in Norfolk, old church chairs and pews and the oak bar reclaimed from the London storm of 1987 come together to give the space a wholly individual feel.

Hugo's London

The fully stocked bar has been hand-picked to include some of the best drinks from across the country, including: Real Ales from Wales; Aspalls Cider from Suffolk; Wolfpack lager; Craft Ales from Fourpure;  unusual wines from around the world and organic juices  from an farm in Norfolk.

The front terrace at Hugo’s is something of a sun-trap if you are lucky with the weather and choose to get married in one of the warmer months. On cooler days they have lots of outdoor heater to keep you and your guests warm, the  canopies also provide shelter from the elements, so it is the ideal venue whatever the weather or season.

Hugo's North West London

Their head chef will ensure the food is fantastic  and will tailor make the wedding breakfast to your needs and wishes, they personalise your day to make it perfect for you & the team will make sure that every detail is covered.

They can accommodate up to 70 people as a ‘sit down’ and up to 120 on a buffet style basis. White table clothes & candles or not; DJ dancing or band – its entirely up to you. Get in touch today to find out what Nick & his friendly team can do for you: 0207 372 1232.

Take a look at our review of Hugo’s, or find more London dining inspiration on our website, or download our market leading smartphone app.

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