Paradise By Way Of Kensal Green is a pub that serves a variety of beers, wines and spirits as well as a selection of Thai, Oriental and Chinese dishes for lunch and dinner. They also operate a BYO (Bring Your Own Bottle) policy and can cater for private parties of up to 120 people upon request. Outside seating is provided in the garden.
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Paradise By Way Of Kensal Green
19 Kilburn Lane
Kensal GreenW10 4AE
- Public transport:
- Kensal Green, Underground
Been coming here for nearly 20 years. Is that bad? I've celebrated New Years in here, a 40th birthday, a company Christmas meal and party, and numerous dinners.
Probably shows I love it, and will be back.
Decor is magnificent, and food divine. A slightly older crowd which now suits me fine. Recipe for a great night out.more
Hadn't dined here for a few years and forgot how good this place is. Great ambience, excellent food - new chef is doing amazing things, front of house staff are excellent - we had David who was friendly, attentive, and knows his stuff. There was also a French waitress who should get creds for being awesome. Wines were also great. Now the food,... I had the honour of being the first to try the...more
Been here twice, enjoyed the first time as was quite drunk, didn't feel so comfortable the next time - funny mix of people.
Cool layout could be a lot bettermore
I've had meals at the restaurant before and met friends for a drink at the ground floor bar, but the absolute highlight for me is the Wednesday open mic night upstairs. The music's great, not your average girl with a guitar gig.
They have a professional house band who accompany most acts and a headliner, ensuring a good audience made up of supporting friends and family and regular music...more
i wanted a true sunday roast meal during my vacation so my London local friend took us here to Paradise and i'm so glad that he chose this place! this is definitely out of the "touristy" area of town so I felt like i got a true local experience here.
we started off with a bottle of red wine which was pretty affordable at like 20ish pounds or so and for lunch, i went with the prime rib roast...more