Ealing College) was doing with it's Hospitality and Tourism students. We actually had lunch which was slightly rushed as the students are fitting it in with their lectures. Overall a good experience where there was enthusiasm as well as a slight side dish of embarrassment (on the students part). Next time we'll go for an evening booking as parking during the day is a challenge. The restaurant is called Pillars for some odd reason and it is licensed and probably 50% cheaper than a normal commercial restaurant of similar standard.
The next review is a place that is new to Ealing (not just us) when I first arrived in Ealing there was a Maples furniture store which havinbg been Old Orleans with offices above is now a 'boutique hotel' called Xanadu (not to be confused with the film starring Olivia Newton John) and the restaurant is called Koobla.
Very attentive staff and a somewhat different menu (Mongolian/Malaysian sort of fusiony vibve) - pleasant and relaxing but normal price - as they say you pays your money and make your choice.