Swiss Cottage is a district that lies just a few miles northwest of Charing Cross and is part of the borough of Camden. Named after The Swiss Tavern, a major landmark in the early 19th century, it is close to Primrose Hill as well as to various major landmarks such as the 176 Gallery and the Jewish Museum. Swiss Cottage is also close to the London Central Mosque, while Madame Tussauds and the BBC Broadcasting House can also be found nearby.
Swiss Cottage’s office space is generally occupied by a diverse variety of businesses. Some of the companies and professionals that operate from the area include tour operators, mortgage brokers, marketing consultants, graphic designers, interior decorators, recruitment agencies, management consultants, doctors, lawyers, public relation firms, financial services and market research companies.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Swiss Cottage is a lively entertainment hub that offers live performances, cinema and nightlife. There is something for everyone within reach with the Roundhouse offering a variety of live shows in an old engine-shed while The Barfly Camden is great for live music. The Tricycle Theatre and the Puppet Barge Theatre are nearby, while The Screen on Baker Street is the place to go for the latest movies. There are many restaurants in Swiss Cottage, each serving different types of cuisine. Eriki is an excellent Indian food restaurant while Del Aziz brings a taste of Mediterranean cooking to the area. Singapore Garden serves up delicious South East Asian food.
Swiss Cottage and Finchley Road tube stations connect the area to the London underground. West Hampstead and Marylebone railway stations are the nearest overground-rail links and there are plenty of bus services and taxis around to ensure efficient road transportation.