East Sheen is an area in the southwest of London, in the borough of Richmond-upon-Thames. With a small town centre, called The Triangle, in the heart of the area, East Sheen is primarily a residential neighbourhood with a number of parks and recreational facilities. Famous people like Marc Bolan, Tom Hardy, Trevor McDonald and Catherine Tate have called this area home at some point. East Sheen is within easy reach of attractions such as The National Archives and Queen Charlotte’s Cottage. Ham House and Garden as well as Syon House are also close to the area.
East Sheen has a number of serviced offices that are occupied by firms such as business and management consultants, architectural firms, public relations agencies, and financial service providers. Other businesses in the area include sales consultants, graphic designers and marketing consultants as well as a number of publishing houses and construction services.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There are plenty of entertainment venues around East Sheen offering live-music, theatre, cinema and more. Comedy acts are well represented at The Bearcat Comedy Club and The Turk’s Head while Bush Hall and the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire are lively venues for musical entertainment. On the food front, East Sheen is equally exciting with food from all corners of the globe available throughout the area. You can try Faanoos, which offers Middle-Eastern food, while Lal Bagh is a great choice for Indian cuisine. There are many pubs and gastropubs in the area offering traditional British food.
East Sheen is only a short distance from Mortlake railway station while Barnes Bridge railway station is also not much further away. There is a regular supply of taxis and reliable bus services in the area for those who need to get around on the roads in the locality.