Ealing, with its growing mix of international restaurants, bars and cafes continues to attract a diverse crowd from far and wide. And yet it’s not just great food and drink that draw people in. Situated close to acres of unspoilt parkland, yet with shops galore, art galleries and a great little theatre, the ‘Queen of the Suburbs’ is quickly becoming known as one of those places that has it all.
Over the last few years, Ealing has acquired quite a reputation as the place to be.
It’s about to become even more compelling with the arrival of Ealing Filmworks – an exciting town centre leisure quarter with 75,000 sq ft of retail space, multi-screen cinema complex and 161 new homes.
Dickens Yard, almost complete will bring 100,000 sq ft of high-end retail and leisure space.
Opposite Ealing Station is 9-42 The Broadway, a pedestrianised throughout the town centre, creating the perfect people-watching environment, with new shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.