An upmarket pocket of London boasting both Hampstead Heath and Regents Park, it’s no surprise that North West London restaurants are some of the best in the city. Visitors also flock here for iconic attractions like Lord’s Cricket Ground, Madame Tussauds, and the London Zoo. North West London stretches all the way from busy, central Euston, right the way out to the leafiest of suburbs. Accordingly, North West London restaurants are diverse, and range from smart and chic to street and bohemian, and a more-than-ample smattering of traditional British pubs call NW home.
Vegans in search of delicious eats in the area should pop along to Manna, on the edge of Primrose Hill park, and just minutes from Chalk Farm Tube on foot. Even non-vegans will find much to delight in here, with healthy treats like organic bangers & mash, and black bean chilli on the menu. Moving on to dessert, look out for raw chocolate & maca brownie, and swirled Irish cream cheesecake.
The more meat-inclined should head to The Cuban, which is just minutes from both Chalk Farm or Camden Town tube stations. The restaurant’s name may have given you a small inkling as to its theme, and on the menus you will indeed find Cuban classics like mojitos, and a selection of paellas.