Enfield, North London
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Formerly a part of the county of Middlesex, Enfield is now part of London and is also a Borough that shares its borders with Epping Forest and the Boroughs of Barnet, Haringey and Waltham Forest. Once a major armament manufacturing area, Enfield is close to places of interest like Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge, William Morris Gallery and Avenue House. The Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, Hampstead Museum, Keats House, and Nettie Horn Gallery are historical and cultural attractions in and around the area. Enfield has been home to a number of well known people including Adele, Michael Duberry, Mike Gatting, Paul McKenna and Ray Winstone.
Office space in Enfield is owned or rented by various professionals such as architects, computer consultants, insurance experts, mortgage brokers, lawyers, website designers and translation services. Freshlook has an office in the area along with ACTest Ltd. while KT Business solutions and SQ Professional Ltd. also have a presence in Enfield.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Spending a night out in town opens up plenty of entertainment opportunities including Roundhouse, an old engine-shed converted into a live-entertainment centre. Proud Camden has live music throughout the year while Bartok also has live music but with a classical touch. Cinema lovers can head out The Screen on the Green for the latest movie action. From exotic oriental cooking to traditional local food, there is something for everyone in Enfield. Mozz Meze and Grill is all about Turkish food while Punto is the place to grab great Italian food. Bengal Berties has Bangladeshi food on its menu and Amphora is the place to sample Mediterranean cuisine.
Enfield is connected to the overground railway network via the Enfield Town Railway Station along the Lea Valley Lines, as well as via Enfield Chase Railway Station. The Piccadilly Line of the London Underground comes all the way to Arnos Grove, Southgate and Oakwood tube stations before coming to a halt at Cockfosters Tube Station. Bus and taxi services provide transport options and drivers can also benefit from the convenient road links including easy access to the M25, A10, A1010 and other arterial roads.