Quality Hotel Wembley
London, EN HA9 0NH
Phone: (44) 20 87339000
Fax: (44) 20 87339001
Bars & Cafes
Enjoy a pick-me-up in the morning, afternoon or evening at La Galleria Bar at the Hilton Wembley Plaza Hotel. They serve coffee, spirits, healthy meals and more from morning to late night. Call or see the website for more information.
Named in honor of Bobby Moore and the champion 1966 English World Cup team, this restaurant is decorated with appropriate memorabilia in the dining and bar areas. The restaurant serves up delicious Indian dishes with many options for vegetarians, while the bar is open throughout the day for people to grab drinks and relax. Eat or lounge here and have a good time! Call or see the website for more information.
This famous London cafe is known for its love of motorcycles, rock n' roll and cars. Originally a 24-hour cafe for motorists and haulers, the Ace Cafe has evolved and changed over the decades to become the popular music and motorcycle venue it is today. The cafe is filled with biker kitsch, communal tables, memorabilia, jukebox, and an always friendly crowd. Be sure to visit the website to learn more about the history of the cafe or to check out its upcoming events.
A favorite among locals crowds, the Grand Junction Arms is a simple club between North Acton and Harlesden. The clientele is mostly the young and hip. Respectfully decorated, the ambiance inside is relaxed and calm. On live music nights it tends to get noisy with the crowd cheering the bands on. There are pool tables here which add to the fun of the place. The bar serves an excellent selection of beers. But what tops it all off is the Sunday brunch which offers guests value for money.
Wagamama serves up a pan-Asian cuisine that features a fusion of eclectic traditional favorites with modern flavors. The fare is made fresh and all items are featured on a dietary menu, allowing guests full access to the ingredients in their food. Orders are taken via electronic pads, meaning that preparation begins in the kitchen as soon as you have made a choice on what to order. Dishes come to the table in the order that they are prepared, which can be problematic for groups who want to eat together. Start off with a range of dumplings, or dive right into the kare noodle soups. The atmosphere is also a major draw with lots of open, light space and minimalist decor. The end result is a dining experience that has only grown in popularity as new locations have opened worldwide.
Started in May 2005, Heritage Inn is a thriving Caribbean restaurant and rhum bar that is quite famous with the Cricklewood locals. It is also doubles up as an event venue with nights of Revival Music, Soca and Disco and a separate Banqueting Suite for parties and other other occasions. The restaurant serves traditional Caribbean cuisine which is home-made and is loaded with bags full of flavor. Popular favorites on the menu include BBQ Wings, Codfish Fritters, Curry Chicken, Ackee & Saltfish and Seasoned Callaloo. The lively atmosphere of this place will definitely get your feet tapping and the juices flowing !
Located in the busy area of Harrow and adjacent to Saint Anns Shopping Center, the Royal Oak attracts a lot of shoppers. This pub is a great place for the entire family. They offer baby changing amenities and high chairs for little kids. Peruse their menu and try out some of their delectable salads, wraps, burgers and steaks. Accompany your food with a refreshing chilled beer or some ciders or gin. This is a great place to stop by and unwind after a hectic day.
Greystoke, located in Ealing, is a classic pub in the area. This pub holds a reputation of serving great quality food a fine selections of beers, wines and spirits. The ambiance is welcoming, and the staff and service is very friendly. Check out the website or call ahead.
Located on the famous Grand Union Canal, The Black Horse is a place that incorporates everything you need. From a great ambiance, both indoor and outdoors, you can enjoy here with your entire family, along with you pets. The traditional home-cooked meals, special grill menu as well as the unique Sunday lunches are an amazing treat. The bar offers you a great selection of wine and spirits. Enjoy a special night with your friends or family with the beautiful live music for entertainment.
Situated near the lovely Ealing Common, this pleasant gastro-pub has a great outdoor space and is one of the few venues in the area open until the early hours. Inside, the emphasis is on a more ornate design than the average pub, with reclaimed floorboards, chandeliers and chesterfield sofas helping to create a sophisticated, warm and relaxed ambiance. The venue aims to provide a constantly changing menu of good old-fashioned pub grub with a sophisticated twist; think venison and red currant sausages and lamb, mint and red wine pie, along with a sizzling barbecue in summer. There’s a reasonable wine list, and cocktails are a key focus, including Classics, Creations, Dessert and hot cocktails such as Apple Pie and Choc Work Orange.
This pub may be situated on Ealing's main thoroughfare, but it looks more like a picturesque little house than your average drinking hole. With a mismatch of comfy seating, chandeliers, gilded mirrors, old fireplaces and board games, its atmosphere is laid-back and local. A huge covered garden area, complete with heating, is a great outdoor socializing space that plays host to barbecues in summer. Pub fodder includes burgers, sharing platters and the obligatory Sunday Roast. A wide range of spirits, beer and cider, regular "ale of the week", and decent wine list means you're sure to find a tipple to suit your fancy.
Okawari means "double helping", and there's plenty to come back for at this laid-back Japanese restaurant. There's a wide range of tasty and good value Oriental fare on offer, including noodles, ramen, sushi, sashimi, teriyaki and Japanese curries. For those wanting to sample a range of dishes, the bento boxes are an excellent choice. Wash it all down with unlimited green tea, or select from a variety of Japanese beverages including beers, saki, and plum wine. Guests can perch along the sushi bar and watch the skillful chef prepare various delights, or sit on the fun tatami seating at tables sunken into the ground for a more grounded dining experience.