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Gracelands in Kensal Rise (London)

118 College Road
London NW10 5HD

This child friendly restaurant in Kensal Rise won Time Out Best Family Restaurant in 2005. Their menu includes quiches, salads, soups, the occasional thai curry, and a weekend brunch. There is also a kids menu for 3.50, and sandwiches with the crusts cut off for 2.50. rnrnThe cafe can be hired out for children’s birthday parties on Sunday afternoons.

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Written by Janis P.

One Comment

  1. Food is good (sometimes ‘unusual’) but like Viz magazine it’s not as good as it used to be. Since featuring on the Jack Dee series “Lead Balloon” I’ve noticed that the attitude to kids isn’t quite as placid. They have a open connection to the costume jewellry shop next door which I think is asking for trouble. I think better suited to toddlers/under fives really. The play area is good if worn (but what do kids care?) but my 7yr old thinks it’s ‘boring’. And Lead Balloon’s moved to Hugo’s in QP, which is not kid friendly at all – unless your kids like live Jazz (but I’ve yet to meet one who does).

Rubino Rosso

The Diner in Kensal Rise (London)