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Rosella is an old-school Italian trattoria on the Highgate Road where locals have been tucking into hearty portions for years.

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Queen Of Sheba

Queen of Sheba is a 10-minute walk from Gospel Oak and the Ethiopian restaurant is an excellent spot when there are many hungry hands and tired legs.

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Ramo Ramen

The Filipino-influenced ramen bar is one of Kentish Town's most reliable and delicious spots for a bowl of comfort everyday of the week.

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Pizza East Kentish Town

Pizza East’s Kentish Town outpost is slick, fun, and good for any occasion. The pizza’s good, and so are the cocktails.

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Norman’s is new old-school caff between Archway and Kentish Town. Come for kiddy classics like chicken nuggets and chips, cheesy beans on toast, and more.

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The Best Restaurants In Kentish Town

A Filipino mini-empire, a pork crackling-filled bap, one of London’s best food halls, and more.

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A moody little drinking den in Kentish Town, Tabac is perfect for a date night or a charming catch-up over cheese.

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Panadera is a Filipino bakery in Kentish Town making drool-worthy pandesal sandwiches, pastries, and iced teas.

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Napoli Gang

A feel-good delivery service from the people behind Gloria and Circolo Popolare.

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Rustique Cafe

Rustique is a ‘literary cafe’ with average food, but warmth and bookish vibes. Bring your moleskin and thickest glasses.

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The Southampton Arms

The Southampton Arms is a proper old-school boozer in Gospel Oak complete with fireplace, ales, and roast pork baps.

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Bear + Wolf

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.

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Beef & Brew

Beef and Brew specialises in - shocker - steaks and beer. It’s every bachelor’s dream dinner, and it’s perfect for a casual meal.

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Knowhere Special

Knowhere Special is a tiny basement bar in Kentish Town - it's perfect for cocktails and lounging.

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Baan Thai

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.

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Mario’s Cafe

Every neighbourhood needs a good caff, and Mario’s has been holding it down in Kentish Town since 1958. Expect to leave satisfied.

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Patron Cave à Manger

The formula at Patron Cave a Manger in Kentish Town is simple. Take impeccable cheese and cured meats, add great wine and French classics.

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The Rose & Crown

The Rose and Crown is an excellent shout for craft beer and ales in Kentish Town.

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Arancini Brothers

Arancini Brothers is good for a chilled neighbourhood hang in Kentish Town, specialising in deep-fried risotto balls and a solid breakfast wrap.

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Phoenicia Mediterranean Food Hall

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.