With a menu of freshly prepared lunch and dinner dishes, this place does a great sirloin steak and pepper sauce!
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An independent, not that busy, bright gym with lots of windows and natural light, offering good classes and lovely staff too.
Submitted by Claire
The best selection of baby brands, along with classes and a good cup of coffee!
Submitted by Joseph
A great gastropub that serves modern British and Mediterranean dishes.
Submitted by Thom
For music lovers there is the famous Roundhouse venue, which has amazing views from anywhere inside and great sound for a brilliant night out!
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The perfect place to pick up a gift or a treat for yourself! Clothes, jewellery and beauty products, all under one roof...
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Quirky interiors and a fabulous Sunday lunch in leafy Primrose Hill.
Submitted by Douglas
A real lunchtime treat, this restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere also operates as a cafe and deli.
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This little food van does amazing sweet and savoury crepes. Be warned, there's always a queue!
Submitted by Shakira
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"The name Belsize Park derives from the French 'bel assis' meaning 'well situated'."
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Lots of cafes, easy access to central London, quiet and beautiful area with lots of period homes, gardens and plants.
The eclectic stucco architecture and numerous trees in the area, the proximity to wide green spaces such as Primrose Hill and Hampstead Heath. The fact that Belsize Park has three distinct focal shopping disctricts in Englands lane, Haverstock Hill and Steeles Village, and Belsize Village make it a cosmopolitan and trendy area. The convenience of being so close to the City makes the area extremely desirable, not to mention you can indulge in the odd, lucky dose of celebrity spotting...
Watch the Middlesex University BA Popular music students in this winter showcase. Taking place on the 12th of December at the Fiddlers elbow in Kentish town, a town that is known a hotspot for Brit...
Celebrate the season with JS Bach's Christmas Oratorio on period instruments. Performance of parts 1-3 of the oratorio by Belsize Baroque in collaboration with Amici e Voci. Conducted by Nick H...
From serenading the dimly-lit corners of East London pubs to Courting interest from several major record labels, agents, promoters & publishers in a few short months, The Dinner Party have burs...
Song Suffragettes takes London! The ground-breaking all-female writer's round from Nashville, TN is planting its first roots outside America at The Camden Club. The first Wednesday of every mon...
Drummer and composer Chiara Spigariol brings captivating new music with Whispered Tales, based on stories, myths and theatrical pieces from around the world and told through a combination of Jazz, ...
Upcoming indie-soul outfit with shades of RnB-funk. After sold out headline shows across the capital at spots such as the O2 Academy Islington, The Amersham Arms, the Half Moon and The Troubadour, ...
Belsize Park is an area of north-west London, in the London Borough of Camden. It is located 3.4 miles (5.5 km) north-west of Charing Cross and situated on the Northern Line. It borders Hampstead to the north and west, Kentish Town and Gospel Oak to the east, Camden Town to the south east and Primrose Hill to the south. The name is derived from French bel assis meaning 'well situated'. It is a lively area and there are many restaurants, pubs and cafÃ©s along Haverstock Hill and also England's Lane. It is more spacious than Hampstead Village, with wider roads. Hampstead Heath is a 10â€“12 minutes' walk. Primrose Hill Park is 5 minutes' walk from England's Lane and provides some of the best views of Central London.
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