Paradise by Way of Kensal Green
Most people head up to Kensal Green to have a nose around the famous cemetery. Having worked up a thirst scouring among the stones for long-dead notables, Paradise By Way of Kensal Green could be the perfect pit-stop. The décor is a glorious chaos of chintzy kitsch. Wandering across the sanded floor boards into the calming lime-green interior you'll notice arbitrarily placed plaster angels and solid urns dotted about. The walls are arrayed with numerous modern canvases and funky chandeliers hang from the ceiling, casting shadowy halos over the bohemian interior. In the midst of all this obvious attention to appearance, Paradise still hangs on to a welcome trace of British pub. For fans of the great outdoors they've got a decked roof terrace and plant-packed garden with heaps of character - this though is reserved for diners only. The large and often busy restaurant serves up a decent gastro menu with a Eurasian twist. The bar dolls out pint after pint of scrumptious Spitfire which has proved extremely popular. Latterly, The Paradise (as regulars call it) has morphed into something of a popular nightspot and DJ Bar, packed to the rafters every Friday and Saturday, attracting interesting DJs and appealing residencies.
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London > Attractions > Sights
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London > Attractions > Attractions for Kids
Harrow Road, Kensington, London W10 | 2 minutes from Paradise by Way of Kensal Green
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167 Fifth Avenue, Kilburn, London W10 | 5 minutes from Paradise by Way of Kensal Green
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London > Education > Arts and Drama
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