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For a chilled Sunday roast, vibey night out, date, birthday party, funeral wake – whatever – it’s still worth considering this vast Kensal Green tavern, with seemingly endless bars, dance-floors, party rooms, and terraces, plus its gorgeous dining room and garden. The days when it was in the vanguard of London’s gastropub scene are long gone, but it’s still a magnet for chilled Notting Hillbillies who’ve strayed north; and still serves dependable grub.
One of London’s hardiest evergreen destinations – this huge and vibey Kensal Green tavern has been a magnet for cool twenty- and thirtysomethings for as long as anyone can remember (and was one of the first ‘gastropubs’ as such to hit the capital). The interior is gorgeous, and the menu much more “interesting” than it needs to be.
“A wonderful unexpected find in an offbeat location” – this huge, rambling shabby-chic tavern in Kensal Green has been a magnet for the local cool crowd for over 20 years, with gardens, roof-terraces and bars a go-go; and a large rear dining room that’s very atmospheric.
“An absolute gem of a restaurant” – part of a massive shabby-chic Kensal Green tavern that’s long been a magnet for hip creative industry types, with gardens, roof-terraces and bars galore.
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19 Kilburn Lane, London, W10 4AE
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Mon - Thur 4 pm - midnight; Fri 4 pm - 12.30 am; Sat noon - 12.30 am; Sun noon - 11.30 pm
Last orders: 10.30 pm, Fri & Sat 11 pm, Sun 9 pm