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Beer Garden
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“A great place to shop and eat, so many unique stalls selling food, fashion, art and crafts. One of my personal favorites is the pie & mash shop a must for locals and tourists. ”
216local recommendations
Movie Theater
“Wonderful place to catch a movie. Has a restaurant with decent snacks. People just hang out. Their little 'Lounge' cinema has some pretty unique features and documentaries on. Half price tickets o Mondays!”
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Café
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“The Ritzy cinema opened in 1911 and was one of England’s earliest purpose built cinemas, seating over 750 seats in the single auditorium. This beautiful Victorian cinema is a 20 minute walk from the flat.”
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Scenic Lookout
“Free tickets are required for admission - available online. Free entry without a ticket from 6pm Monday to Saturday.”
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Brewery
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“One of the two breweries in Queen's Yard, it's a great spot to have a beer and perhaps try one of their pizzas by the canal on sunny day. It gets quite busy, especially on sunny days, but if you go around lunch time on a week day you should be able to get a good spot as most people might be working.”
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Café
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“Two parts to the restaurant: an informal outside dining cafe or the indoor restaurant; perfect for all occasions! ”
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Sushi Restaurant
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“Probably the best Sushi and cocktails in London, with incredible views of all of London on top of a sky scraper. This is a top level restaurant so expect to book in advance if at the weekend and for it to be busy. If you want to splash out, this place is well worth it. Around a 30 min walk or short bus ride from the flat.”
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Juice Bar
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“world famous portobello market - featured in the film Nottinghill with Julia Roberts. An excellent place to go people watching and have a coffee and buy things from the clothes market”
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Movie Theater
“Independent cinema. Book a film i the room with deep and cosy sofas, you can even get a bottle of prosecco to enjoy during your film. ”
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Restaurant
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“Excellent 24/7 dining with some amazing views across London. Breakfast is our favourite time to dine here. They keep some tables aside for walk-ins, although it's recommended to reserve a table beforehand”
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Diner
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“Notting Hill feels like it should have a good old fashioned diner, and it does. The Electric isn’t cheap, but it’s a great shout no matter what time you’re in the area. There’s an all-day breakfast menu from 8am which is generally very satisfying, and a solid selection of uncomplicated but delicious food for a really hearty dinner. The flat iron chicken and a double cheese burger should at the very least be on your table, but the mac and cheese is the only side worth a fiver. Even if you aren’t making use of the cinema here, most of the food is worth making a journey for – especially without the 50% off if you’ve got a cinema ticket for next door. ”
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French Restaurant
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“Converted warehouse with brunch and cocktail. Have a resident pianist during brunch. One for special occasions”
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Restaurant
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“Large space for food, drinks, and music. Check their website for what's on.”
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Asian Restaurant
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“Fashionable Asian fusion. Not cheap, but a local favourite. Also has a fun - but small - bar at weekends. ”
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Cocktail Bar
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“Great restaurants , Chappel St Market and Camden Passage antiques. Jump on the northern line to The Angel and experience a bit of North London N1. ”
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Bar
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“Summertime rooftop bar and gallery. Situated on top of the old multi-storey carpark with the best views of the London skyline. Open from June-Sept Gets very busy on weekend evenings - sunday daytime is a good time to visit”
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