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My local and favourite restaurant. It is very cheap but have cash in hand, they don't accept card payment.
A very good Vietnamese place on the other side of Kings Cross station. Very flavourful food!
Our favourite local restaurant just now - very fresh and interesting Vietnamese food. Cheap.
Sen Viet restaurant is widely recognised for serving up best Vietnamese cuisine in Kings Cross, London. The food is exotic and full of character from summer rolls to pho and traditional baguettes. The cooking is a combination of rice and meat, chicken or fish with plenty of vegetables, onions,…
“Friendly traditonal back-street local pub with canalside terrace, excellent real ale and a free comedy night onThursdays.”
“Afro-Portuguese chain restaurant serving flame-grilled chicken in spicy chilli sauce.”
“This secondhand bookshop on a 1920s Dutch barge narrow boat is an unusual, funky little place that moves around the Regent’s Canal. There is something very satisfying about seeing a space stuffed to the brim with books. The first time I went in, I resurfaced 45 minutes later, not sure where the time went. Occasionally there are poetry slams or musicians playing gigs on the roof. Check the Facebook page for events and the boat’s location that day.”
“Traditional pub with a central bar and a changing menu of innovative gastropub dishes.”
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“Islington is cool, chic and just a little bit fancy without being too showy. Sitting pretty in the north of the city in the London Borough of Islington. With a mix of high-end writer-types & the smart city workers, you’ll also find students from London’s universities hanging out in the local bars and cafés. Located in the north of the city near Camden and Hackney, Islington is a 30-minute walk from the city centre. The borough is really well connected by the Underground – there are ten tube stops near the Islington area including Angel, Farringdon and King's Cross. You may hear a little bit more French being spoken around the area as the Eurostar terminal is located on the Islington border at St Pancras station. Upper Street is the place to be seen with restaurants, bars and quirky homewares stores attracting the fashionistas. There’s loads to do and it's a highly desirable area to live in for a lot of people moving to the city.”