Cozy relaxed bar, friendly owners and staff. Great cocktails, beers, and liquor coffees. Close to Epping Forest - a great place for a walk.
Submitted by Shirley
It's reasonably priced and extremely friendly with quality food. Many regular customers so it's always a good idea to make a reservation.
Submitted by D
A small and friendly wine shop. They even sell wine from a barrel if you bring your own bottle to fill up.
Submitted by John
I always visit this independent beauty therapy salon before any special event or just for a bit of me time. They offer a range of different treatments and the staff are always really friendly.
Submitted by Rachel
One of Loughton's late night spots, it's open from Thursday to Sunday and attracts a glamorous Essex crowd.
Submitted by Adam
Great for a family meal or a get together with friends. Traditional Indian curries and sides, all for a reasonable price.
Submitted by Alex
The best sushi and burgers around and all under one roof - choose between Japanese and Italian cuisine, or why not have both!
Submitted by Alison
This luxurious late night bar is Loughton's answer to the West End. Dress to impress, book a table and have fun with your friends.
Submitted by Lucy
This has to be the prettiest pub in Essex! It's in a lovely quiet spot near Epping Forest and the large garden is fantastic in the summer.
Submitted by Elaine
Great for drinks after work or a cheap pub lunch. It's location on the high street is really convenient too.
Submitted by Sarah
The staff and teachers are amazing, the place is buzzing with the sound of music.
Submitted by Kathleen
Loughton's go-to store for all things healthy. As well as selling organic products and supplements, there is a cafe serving delicious vegan and gluten-free treats.
Submitted by Rachel
It may be part of a chain of restaurants, but they definitely don't compromise on quality. The pizzas are really tasty and even the salads are too!
Submitted by Stuart
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A quiet, cosy suburb on the northeast edge of London and bordering on Essex, Chingford has a real community feel. The areas within the town are Chingford Green, Chingford Hatch, Chingford Mount, Friday Hill, Hale End, Highams Park, and South Chingford. The suburb is in Zone 5 and a short train ride from central London. But thanks to nearby Epping Forest, it has the feel of a country retreat. The town has an abundance of amenities with plenty of local retailers, supermarkets, bars, pubs, restaurants, and boutiques. While you’ll find a mix of people, the area has become particularly popular among young families.
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