The North West of London is divided into several postcode districts denoted by the letters NW. Of these, NW11 is one of the most western postcode districts that are located in the local authority area of Barnet. The entire Golders Green area is situated within NW11, as is a small portion of the Hampstead Garden suburb. The area is a uniquely cosmopolitan one, with people of a multiplicity of cultures and nationalities contributing to the vibrancy of the community. The area is home to the largest Hindu Temple outside India, which attracts scores of visitors each year. There are other popular attractions in the vicinity such as beautiful gardens, a kid’s zoo, and the butterfly house, all of which go a long way towards enhancing the tourist inflow and trade in the area.
The area has a good mix of corporate businesses as well as retail spaces. Renting serviced offices in the vicinity are varied businesses such as certified chartered accountants, computer systems firms, book publishers, estate agents and printing companies. Numerous smaller stores including dry cleaners, restaurants and cafes, food and drink shops, yoga centres and footwear dealers do great business in the locality.
Entertainment And Dining Out
NW11 is home to several pubs and bars including The Old Bull and Bush, Spaniard’s Inn, The Grove and The White Swan, all of which provide exciting options for evening entertainment. When it’s time to eat, you will find that there are a number of fine restaurants serving all kinds of cuisines to satiate your palate. Some of the more popular ones are Cafe Japan, Kimchee and L’Artista.
Golders Green is one of the main tube stations that serve the area. Within walking distance are Brent Cross and Hampstead tube stations, providing excellent connectivity to hundreds of destinations within London. Cricklewood railway station is the chief station for accessing services on the mainline railway network and is within easy walking distance.