The William Morris is named for the artist who lived nearby, we had been to a museum earlier that day featuring his works, so were disappointed not to spot any glimmers of him here.
Closer to Hammersmith station, this Spoons was bustling, thus we preferred the other local branch.
This William Morris was not without its charm, the usual esoteric art touches that render Spoons so dear to us, such as this strange but appealing mosaic.
Something else we appreciated was the double entrances, allowing us to come in one way and leave another.
We found a perfect double booth to sit in and down a quick Kronie before navigating our way out of Hammersmith, satisfied we had visited both Spoons.