Ealing — long known as the queen of the suburbs and home to the world’s oldest continuously working film studio — has seen plenty of change over the past decade or so. And while, at first glance, it may seem that Ealing has little more to offer than every chain restaurant and coffee shop you can think of — a closer look reveals far tastier treasures.
Lazy Days At Walpole Park
The most perfect place to spend your summer days in Ealing. Impressive and tranquil grounds that belonged to the architect Sir John Soane in the early nineteenth century. Little known fact!
Brunch At Charlottes W5
The drinks list excels in all areas with Ealing’s best cocktails and a well-priced, eclectic wine list, with everything available by the carafe. Food is excellent too and comes in three different portion sizes; taster, small and large.
London’s Best Pizza At Santa Maria
Wood-fired oven pizzas, hand-crushed tomatoes, crisp bases, and mouthwatering toppings – Santa Maria makes the perfect pizza. You’ve got to try the Santa Bufalina, topped with extraordinarily creamy buffalo mozzarella.
Jerk Tuesdays At Turtle Bay
Turtle Bay is a cocktail bar and busy restaurant with beach shack chic, calypso beats and kick-ass comfort food.