19 "Kentish Town" Restaurants in London.
Rustique is a ‘literary cafe’ with average food, but warmth and bookish vibes. Bring your moleskin and thickest glasses.
The Southampton Arms, between Kentish Town and Parliament Hill, is a proper old school boozer, with a fireplace and ales.
Pizza East’s Kentish Town outpost is slick, fun, and good for any occasion. The pizza’s good, and so are the cocktails.
Chicken Shop does posh rotisserie chicken and sides, in a vibey Kentish Town restaurant.
Meeting a friend and their kids in Kentish Town? The Bear and Wolf cafe should be top of your list. There’s even a play room at the back.
Knowhere Special is a tiny basement bar in Kentish Town - it's perfect for cocktails and lounging.
Kentish Town is short on good Asian options for dinner. Restaurant Baan Thai is a godsend then, and will fix you for noodles and comforting soups.
Every neighbourhood needs a good caff, and Mario’s has been holding it down in Kentish Town since 1958. Expect to leave satisfied.
The formula at Patron Cave a Manger in Kentish Town is simple. Take impeccable cheese and cured meats, and add great wine. It’s good for casual meets.
The Rose and Crown is an excellent shout for craft beer and ales in Kentish Town.
Arancini Brothers is good for a chilled neighbourhood hang in Kentish Town, specialising in deep-fried risotto balls and a solid breakfast wrap.
This Middle Eastern supermarket, one of the best food shops in the area, has a café where you can eat an inexpensive lunch of wraps or mixed meze.
Cinnamon Village is a cafe in Kentish town with a banging chicken and bacon sandwich, and Turkish menemen eggs.
Do old-school pubs still exist? They definitely do at The Pineapple, a Kentish Town drinking den with a lovely conservatory.
Fields Beneath is a vegan cafe next to Kentish Town West overground that's perfect for a sit down, or a quick bite before jumping on the train.