Ealing Leisure & Entertainment
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There is plenty of choice when it comes to leisure activities in Ealing; there is a golf club and a sports centre. In terms of parks there is Lammas Park, which is home to beautiful gardens and it is the ideal place to enjoy a picnic on the weekend. London Wildcare Field Centre at Walpole Park is an educational and animal sanctuary centre worth a visit.
There are museums, art galleries and theatres. Ealing’s Questors Theatre, is the largest amateur dramatic playhouse known to Europe, with the Questors Theatre Company putting on roughly 20 productions per year. Uxbridge road is home to ‘Open Ealing’, an art initiative with five floors dedicated to studios, classes and exhibitions.
Ealing Restaurant & Bars
Ealing is home to some very good restaurants and pubs, including Irish pubs. When it comes to dining you can choose from Chinese, Greek, Italian and Indian to name a few, and there is something to suit differing tastes and budgets. There is a big café culture in the area and you are spoilt for choice when deciding where to go for a coffee.
In terms of restaurants there are the general chain eateries in the area but also a number of independent eateries, for Chinese food head to ‘Shikumen Ealing’, for Indian ‘Zayka’, ‘Chimichanga’ serves up Mexican and Cafe Rouge’ nice French food. The Michelin guide recommends ‘Kerbisher and Malt’, ‘The Grove’, ‘Atari-ya’, ‘Kirakui’ and ‘Charlotte’s Place’.
With regards to drinking, the ‘Common Room’ gastro pub serves good cocktails, for outside drinking space head to ‘Drayton Court’ in West Ealing, which is home to one of the largest beer gardens in the city. For late night drinking head to ‘Karma Ealing’, the local nightclub.
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