Maryam’s Kitchen

Located at 82 St Mary’s Road, Maryam’s Kitchen is a bright and welcoming place to enjoy delicious home-cooked Persian cuisine.

We relished every bite of our Shakshukas (a one-skillet meal featuring different combinations of sautéed vegetables, spices and eggs), savoured Maryam’s home blended Persian tea (blended to compliment the season) and feasted on Maryam’s award-winning cake (created to honour her mother’s memory). It’s open on weekends for brunch and weekdays for daily specials featuring rice dishes and salads. We highly recommend it!

 

82 St Mary’s Road
London, W5 5EX


Maryam’s Kitchen example menu - January 2019. Click image to enlarge

 
 

Other cafes

Flame & Fire

Introducing Flame & Fire. Expect great food, friendly service and cosy interiors; what’s not to love!

All their meat is provided by local butcher Hook & Cleaver. There’s even a large events space out the back which can be hired for events and parties. Another great restaurant for your Ealing dining must-visit list.

 

020 8127 6464

175 South Ealing Road,
W5 4QP

 

Other restaurants

Chiswick Park and House

Chiswick House and Gardens
Burlington Lane, Chiswick,
London W4 2RP

 

Other days out

Horsenden Hill

< Parks and Nature

Exploring Horsenden Hill, Perivale: From Horsenden Hill Visitors Centre there is so much to explore, starting with a walk along the Grand Union Canal. It acts as a wildlife corridor linking open spaces such as Perivale Wood, Horsenden Hill, Brentham open space and the Brent River Park.

Alongside the Visitors Centre there’s also a beautifully maintained kids adventure playground featuring a big pirate ship and hidden treetop lookout.

Just adjacent to the Visitors Centre is the Ealing Canoe Club. All ages and abilities are welcome. A wide range of canoeing activities are covered including recreational paddling, freestyle, BCU star awards and slalom.

Finally, of course there’s the wide open space of Horsenden Hill (which includes the Gruffalo Trail). On a clear day, the top of Horsenden Hill provides a stunning panorama of the surrounding areas. It’s also our favourite local spot for flying a kite!

 

Things to do

 

Other parks

Brent River Park

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Brent River Park is a large curving natural landscape along the River Brent, encompassing Brent Meadow, Hanwell Meadows, Long Wood, Perivale Park, Pitshanger Park and Warren Farm.

Footpaths with information boards are designed to guide walkers through this varied environment, discovering nature and wildlife along the way. As well as beautiful open spaces, these parks host sports grounds, playing fields, play areas, golf courses and cafes.

 

Things to do

  • Playground

  • Wildlife area

 

Other parks

Ealing Common

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Ealing Common is a wide open space bordered with avenues of horse chestnut trees. Despite being dissected by busy roads, the main common area offers a tranquil space open space.

The common also plays host to various events throughout the year. Tucked away in it’s south-west corner, you can also find a small enclosed park called Warwick Dene, a tranquil space which includes a young children’s play area.

 

Things to do

  • Play ground

 

Other parks

Acton Park

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This spacious Victorian park hosts a varied range of activities within its large green space.

Discover everything from tennis courts, a multi-use games area, play centre and playground, nature trail and the wonderful pitch and putt gold course and cafe.

 

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Things to do

  • Bowling green and pavilion

  • Tennis courts

  • Pond

  • Play centre and play ground

  • Café

 

Other parks

Ealing Artisan Market

Ealing Artisan Market

Saturdays, 11am-4pm

This October welcomes the return of Ealing Artisan Market, Ealing’s weekly, Saturday market featuring artisan food producers, designers, makers and street food traders from west London and beyond.

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