Edgware Road, Central London
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Area Guide Edgware Road
Edgware Road is a major route through north-west London, and while it may only be one street on the map, it is one of the more important areas of the city when it comes to business.
Edgware Road runs for almost 10 miles in one straight line and began its life as an ancient trackway within the Great Middlesex Forest. The road heads up to Edgware and goes through a number of London districts along the way, including Maida Vale and Kilburn.
Setting up your business here
With such a wide range of bustling restaurants and bars in the area, Edgware Road offers a plenty to do afterward work for those who want to network and socialise. There is also excellent transportation into the area, making it easily accessible from anywhere in the city.
Culture and Entertainment
One of the tallest buildings in London, Heron Tower is always worth a visit. The lobby features a huge aquarium which is always worth popping in to marvel at, along with a number of restaurants and other points of interest which can be combined to offer an interesting day out.
During warmer months, Hyde Park is always popular with tourists and locals alike, with a lake, cafes, sports areas, and so on. The park isnít the reserve of summer; there are often various events and things to do in winter as well. Winter Wonderland runs from November to January to help visitors get into the festive spirit.
Manoush is one of the top restaurants along the Edgware Road and has something of a fanatical following. The restaurant is set across two floors, has a family-friendly atmosphere in which deliciously authentic Lebanese cuisine is served to a soundtrack of live music and belly dancing at night.
Exotic treats are served up in a no-frills environment at Mandalay Burmese Restaurant. The bill of fare features Indian, Chinese and Thai influences. This family-run restaurant has a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
- Underground Stations: Marylebone, Paddington, Cricklewood, Hendon
- Tube lines: Bakerloo, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee
- Mainline stations: Paddington, Marylebone
- Nearest airports: Heathrow (27 min), London City (46 min), Gatwick (1 hr 6 min)
- Nearest motorways: M4