MySquare Residences Neighbourhood Spotlight: Places to Visit in Kensington
Kensington is one of the most popular areas in London, home to some of the city’s best attractions. Those staying at MySquare Residences Kensington can easily explore the neighbourhood and its numerous wonders in their leisure time.
Here’s Taking a Closer Look at Some of the Best Local Hangouts in Kensington
1. Green Retreats
One of the eight Royal Parks in the capital city, Kensington Gardens is a nature-lover’s treat! You can take a lovely walk here or cycle your way through the meandering pathways. The monuments and sculptures along the route only enhance your experience.
If you’re in the mood for further exploration, venture to Holland Park, one of the most spectacular outdoor areas in London, with its extensive woodlands, playing zones for kids, and the Japanese garden with its charming waterfall. From picnics to romantic strolls, the choices are endless here!
It is not just about savouring the café culture in Earls Court and other parts of Kensington. There are several famous eateries and restaurants here that gastronomes should not miss.
Flora Indica on Old Brompton Road is known for its authentic Indian dishes like Venison Biryani or Rogan Josh.
Addie’s Thai Café serves up scintillating Far East flavours for diners. Try their signature papaya salad and Pad Thai among other classic dishes here.
Kappa, near Earl’s Court Station, offers stunning Japanese food for gourmet food lovers.
The Ivy Brasserie offers a sophisticated dining experience, particularly with its exclusive afternoon tea menu.
Bone Daddies in the Whole Foods Market is known for its Japanese delights and Ramen.
Dishoom, an acclaimed restaurant, offers amazing fusion food and décor themes harking back to Bombay in the 1930s.
Masala Zone is another Indian food lover’s paradise with its authentic culinary delights.
Cambio De Tercio on Old Brompton Road also dishes out tantalizing tapas preparations with Spanish wines for company.
Cultural landmarks abound in the neighbourhood, right from the majestic Kensington Palace and its gardens to the Design Museum and more.
Stamford Bridge is a major cultural hotspot in the area, which is on the other side of the Brompton Cemetery. It is the home of the globally acclaimed football club, Chelsea FC. Stadium tours and souvenirs are the chief attractions here.
If you’re in the mood for glitz, then stroll along Billionaire’s Row, which is one of the wealthiest streets in London. You’ll love the majestic mansions along the thoroughfare on your walk, while stopping to enjoy some shopping and dining on Kensington High Street nearby.
Staying at MySquare Residences Kensington will give you access to all of these fabulous landmarks and more. Kensington offers a plethora of cultural, natural and historical delights for its residents. Here’s to exploring the neighbourhood’s attractions extensively on your visit.
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