Clarendon Serviced Apartments guide on where to eat in Ealing

With a new property unveiled in Ealing, Clarendon has been on the hunt for the neighbourhood’s best restaurants and bars. So if you’re booked in to stay at Dickens Yard then there are the places we think you should pop to for a bite to eat:

The New Inn

You can’t beat a bit of traditional pub grub and this is one of the best places to stop off. There’s been an eatery here since the late 17th century so there’s a rich heritage to order on the side of your main meal. Unwind after a long day and enjoy a glass of fine wine, a pint of traditional ale or a draught lager. The food menu is filled with freshly cooked dishes, all homemade using the best ingredients. For those on the road looking out to catch the game, be it football or rugby The New Inn is the ideal stop-off.

The Taste of Lahore

For those hankering for a range of authentic Indian dishes then look no further than the Taste of Lahore. It comes with excellent reviews from previous guests. It opened in 2005 and since then has developed a popular following for its range of cuisine and authentic dishes.

Carluccio’s

A firm favourite, Carluccio’s never fails to offer great Italian food with a welcoming atmosphere. Renowned for its Ribeye steak, fish and chicken this is the ideal place to go for a hearty supper. There is an extensive wine list to go with your meal, but plenty of non-alcoholic options for those who don’t want to drink. Choose a creamy pasta for main and finish off with a delicious dessert.

Gourmet Burger Kitchen

Let’s be honest, sometimes nothing but a burger will do. Gourmet Burger Kitchen might not be the cheapest option but it’s certainly one of the tastiest. Customise every bite choosing your own toppings. Go for a classic or try some innovative tastes, or just out your favourite flavours together with a spicy sauce.

Forester Ealing

Spring is the best time of year to come to this eatery for some traditional pub grub and enjoy its outdoor play area. There are six cask ales to try and a few distinctive lagers from around the world. If you’re on the hunt for a great Sunday roast then look no further then this family favourite.

If you’re staying at Clarendon’s new serviced apartment development in Ealing  (Dickens Yard) you know you’ve got a list of places to try for dinner if you can’t face cooking.

 

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Lucy Rose

A Marketing Specialist working for Clarendon Serviced Apartments, a dedicated provider of serviced apartments in London for over 25 years. My passion lies in writing about accommodation, travel and all things London.

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