In the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea lies Brompton, a cultural hub in the middle of London. The area is close to a number of performing arts venues and fine art institutions, such as the Royal College of Art, while important landmarks, such as the Albert Memorial and Buckingham Palace, are also within easy reach. Brompton is home to the National History Museum as well as the Brompton Cemetery and is a part of London that attracts many tourists throughout the year.
The Brompton area is home to businesses such as cleaning services, clothing wholesalers, clock manufacturers and telephonic specialists, which are among the companies that occupy retail and office space in the area. There are also a number of financial institutions, architectural firms, computer consultants, insurance and investment consultants, publishing houses and business consultants in Brompton.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Brompton offers plenty of nightlife and entertainment thanks to a variety of venues in the area. There is live-classical music on offer at the Royal Albert Hall as well as at Cadogan Hall, while the Royal Court Theatre is the place to go for thespian performances. There is also plenty of live music at places like The Boisdale Jazz and Cigar Club as well as The Troubadour. Eating out in Brompton is an exciting experience. Try the Chinese cuisine at The Good Earth or head to Racine for delicious French food. For something closer to home, there is Brompton Bar & Grill serving up British dishes, while Ciro’s Pizza Pomodoro is all about Italian cooking. Everything from Mediterranean to Middle-Eastern food is served in restaurants in and around Brompton.
For commuters wanting to use the underground network, the nearest tube stations are South Kensington and Knightsbridge. Victoria and Padding railway stations are a short distance from Brompton, while road transportation is available via regular buses and a good network of taxis.