A Taste of Culture in a Modern City

Edgware Road originated as a Roman road that runs for 10 miles in an almost straight line and is a major road through North West London. There are several name changes along the 10 mile stretch including the Maida Vale, Shoot Up Hill and Cricklewood Broadway, but is more commonly called Edgware Road as it is the road to Edgware.

Edgware road is home to many and is famous for its Lebanese and Syrian restaurants. In recent years, Edgware road has acquainted itself with new establishments to discover taste from other destinations of the world. Many of these restaurants are located at various spots on and around Edgware Road.

Maroush is more popular today than it was 31 years ago. It is a lively two-storey restaurant favoured by families and young adults for great evening entertainment. It provides an experience of Lebanese culture with fine-dining, cultural music and belly dancing. Maroush is up-beat and energetic into the early hours.

Don Pepe is a Spanish restaurant located just off Edgware Road. It is the oldest family-owned Spanish restaurant in London. With a full restaurant menu and over thirty tapas dishes to choose form this restaurant is one not to be missed.

Kandoo, also just off Edgware Road, is a restaurant offering a taste of Persia. Presenting traditional grills and stews it is a perfect place for sampling some of the original tastes that made Edgware Road famous.

Little Venice is a collection of canals throughout the area and there are a number of canal-side restaurants for diners to enjoy the Little Venice experience in the middle of London. Kateh offers a modern take on Persian cuisine where a daily menu is inspired by seasonal fresh produce.

The Summerhouse offers seafood led menus and is open all year round to offer picturesque views of the canal.

Maida Vale offers more wonderful restaurants past the canal with Raoul’s being the first – a gourmet café with a taste of the Mediterranean. Offering salads, soups and sandwiches of various fillings, Raoul’s works well as a casual and welcome break.

The Prince Alfred is a traditional English pub offering classic British fare with a touch of Art Deco in the features.

There are a number of 5 star hotels near Edgware Road providing the opportunity to stay in the heart of the diverse cultures of the famous restaurants, bars and clubs.

The Montcalm London is a 5 star luxury hotel in Marble Arch which is set right in the middle of London on all major transport routes. It first opened in 1973 and is a Grade II listed building as the building itself, a crescent shape, dates back to 1759.

The Montecalm provides an outstanding memorable experience through expertly designed luxury rooms and suites, lavish bathrooms, modern technology and a private butler to gain the ultimate room service. The hotels gourmet restaurants and bars offer world-class dining and The Spa is a haven of tranquillity for relaxation.

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