A family run café that even has a loyalty offer of buy 8 breakfasts and get 1 free! An extremely friendly father and son team who make you feel welcome in the local area.
Submitted by Ryan
Offering the tastiest, fluffiest blueberry pancake breakfast, which goes great with their homemade lemonade with fresh mint. Everyone who works here is incredibly friendly!
Submitted by Jenalyn
At the weekend it's like a little slice of the USA here in the UK! Amazing little league games played by loads of people and great food trucks selling hot dogs, pulled pork etc. A little bit of alternative relaxation in this busy bustling city of ours!
Submitted by Keva
A superb butchers with top quality meat and amazing roast dinner sandwiches!
Submitted by Luke
The loveliest little café, where the owner Kelly will make you a fantastic flat white and an even better gourmet sandwich.
Submitted by Keva
A little gem located in the heart of Acton in Poet's Corner and a lovely place to go for a bite to eat - great selection of food and very tasty. The Sunday lunch is AMAZING! Really nice paved garden out front with lots of plants and they let dogs in too!
Submitted by Natalia
Classic British food in vintage-style surroundings, this restaurant is the perfect place for a family get together.
Submitted by Annabelle
It's great for breakfast, lunch and dinner and has an amazing alfresco terrace overlooking the green.
Submitted by Sam
Cracking pub with real ales and a famous Sunday lunch... and a bonus - Monday nights are BYO bottle!
Submitted by Annabelle
A great rooftop spot. There's 4 restaurants and 2 bars on the roof of a 6 storey car park, once used for the BBC's Television Centre!
Submitted by Nick
It's lovely to see the local community come together to maintain the walled garden in Ravenscourt Park - it's such a pretty place to sit and relax!
Submitted by Henry
Jamie Oliver's cookery school offers a fantastic range of cooking classes to suit all ages and abilities.There's lots to see and do!
Submitted by Jorja
Run every week Weds/Thurs/Fri/Sat by local charity and social enterprise Action West London. This is an exciting market with a real community feel, reflecting Acton's diverse communities. Stalls are available to rent daily and currently include ethnic street foods, fresh fish, fashion, jewellery and bargain stalls .
Submitted by John
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East Acton is a place in west London. It is partly in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and partly in the London Borough of Ealing. It is served by East Acton tube station, on the Central Line in Zone 2. Anciently, East Acton and Acton developed as separate settlements and the nearby districts of North Acton, West Acton and South Acton were developed in the late 19th century.
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