The produce here is so fresh it wouldn't shock us if you heard a cow mooing out back while queuing up. If it's too rammed you can always grab a pint at the next door it's now been bought by the Santa Maria owners so you can get great pizzas there too or head down to just off South Ealing Road where there's a bit more space and the pizzas are of a similarly high standard. The shopping centre is just a two minute walk from the station. The team are wine and spirits specialists, too. You can find out more information on the bus services. Ealing is home to a large Japanese community and two great Japanese restaurants are handily located opposite Ealing Common tube station. By Matt Wicksteed Last Updated 30 January 2017 Get Londonist in your inbox The best things to do in London.
Start the day as you mean to go on with breakfast served from 9am, enjoy the best meal of the day in style. In summer, is the place for an al fresco pint as it has what must be one of London's largest beer gardens. They now have sister restaurants in Chiswick and the latest addition, in fancy new development Dickens Yard is one of the best places to eat and drink in Ealing. For a taste of America, head to for a stack of warm, fluffy buttermilk pancakes served with crispy maple bacon and doused in syrup. The bustling dining room is light and welcoming, with a fire lit during colder months, and wood panelling and taxidermy asserting a modern country manor feel.
Acton is really where you want to head to once the pub shuts. Outdoor drinking and dining at its best, set back from the hustle and bustle of daily life. 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. The best is the Limeyard Super Salad, which you can get as a starter or main and combines tangy grilled feta, salty soy beans, crisp vegetable shavings and crunchy toasted seeds. Approximate travel time from Paddington to Ealing Broadway is 10 minutes. Just down the road, is a buzzing little gaff usually filled with local Japanese residents; quality across the board is extremely high and along with great sushi, sashimi, udon and tonkatsu. No preservatives or additives are ever used.
The chef even came and spoke with us, which is very rare. We use the leanest cuts of Farm select meats and the freshest vegetables. The 10-deep queue snaking out of the door on rainy Friday nights, though, should speak enough about the fish and chips here. A main course of lardo-draped Megrim sole was exceptionally well-conceived, the fish served on an intensely savoury doorstep of bread soaked in black pudding liquor, the spice of this tempered by a rich confit egg yolk. Pubs and bars The was a brew house as far back as 1728; they have a microbrewery called Long Arm and sell their wares from keg, cask and bottle. . Though a takeaway service is available, the restaurant itself is intimate and modern, with a shot of dahl provided on arrival.
Our car park has received the Park Mark, given by the Police to car parks that have achieved the standards of the Safer Parking Scheme, designed to reduce crime in car parks. Other drinking holes worth a look in if you're near are and , a proper locals' boozer not far from Ealing Broadway Station, for cocktails or for decent beer selection. That stalwart of the British curry house, the chicken tikka masala, is unexpectedly good, with the char of the tandoor discernable through the rich sauce. 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. They also offer gift boxes and cheese towers for alternatives to wedding cakes. Blue badge spaces are located on Level 1 of the car park, adjacent to the Library and further spaces are available on Floors 3 and 5 close to the Twin Tower passenger lifts. Don't miss our daily Dinner Special, served from 5pm until they're gone… Dinner is my favourite time of day, the time to get together with friends and family and reflect.
Stand-out starters include smoked River Test trout with fennel tops, pear and hazelnuts, and maple- and porter-glazed Norfolk quail with offal toast and shallots. Graze on a freshly prepared, scratch cooked brunch menu with your choice of cold pressed or fresh squeezed juices and artisan coffee. If you're craving a juicy steak, indulgent duck pie, pan fried sea bass or a selection of our tasty small plates, perfect for sharing, reserve your table now or drop in. Tuk Tuks are usually colourful and often personalised by their owners who enhance their vehicles with all sorts of innovative and creative touches. At Bill's we have built our menu to cater for every occasion and dietary requirement.
Pitshanger Lane is bookended by two good pubs; is relatively small but has a strong food offering and the at the other end has a great beer garden with a 70-strong wine list — one of the best in the area. Head to Northfield Avenue or Pitshanger for an old-fashioned high street experience, with butchers, delis, fishmongers and greengrocers all thriving. The coolest London events from our partners. Or pop in to Sowa Patisserie next door for one of their indulgent cakes or ice creams. Lifts are located outside Tesco, at the Oak Road entrance and at Oxford Road entrance. Breakfast For a healthy option, head to for homemade yoghurt and granola with an eye-wateringly healthy, freshly-pressed fruit juice.
The pub also boasts wood panelling, log fires and a decent garden. There are many different auto rickshaw types, designs, and variations, and this transport method is common across the whole of Asia. We have something for everyone. Not long after opening in 2010 was voted London's best pizzerias and they've just opened a second branch over in Chelsea. Ealing Broadway has spaces for over 600 cars from Monday to Friday and over 800 cars every weekend. Choose the perfect spot to sip on a cocktail and nibble on light bites through to pudding or go all out and do it all. You know, you might think that our burgers take only minutes.
The Piccadilly line serves South Ealing station. The car park is open from 6am - 12 midnight and can be accessed from either Grove Road via St Mary's Road opposite Ealing Green or Windsor Road via Ealing Common. Why not make your Sunday a special one; offering our take on a traditional British Sunday roast, both cooked with love and served with yorkshire puddings, seasonal veg and crispy duck fat roasted potatoes. Friendly team, delightful place and perfect Afternoon Tea. Watch the chefs create pierogi Polish dumplings from scratch while you are waiting for your meal.
We've also introduced new Dinner Specials so there is something new to try every day of the week! On a recent visit we enjoyed a starter of braised veal cheek, topped with slivers of foie gras and served alongside a zingy quince terrine. You can find further information on the train service. Enjoy a culinary journey which combines our unique selection of Asian street food, interesting drink selections and a vibrant venue. For those looking for an affordable fine-dining experience, the 5-course tasting menu is available for the very respectable sum of £42 for dinner or £35 for a weekend lunch. Coffee shops Hook a right out of Ealing Broadway station and less than a minute's walk away you have two great independent spots. Plonk yourself in one of our comfy chairs find the space to unwind with us. We upgraded to the option with bottomless Prosecco at £35 and I was not disappointed.