Frugl Local: Ealing

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Often overlooked and dismissed as an identikit London suburb, but if you peel off the top and look closer it’s full of bright, exciting new pubs, delicious restaurants and excellent affordable art galleries.

  1. Santa Maria Pizzeria 

    If you want some good, old fashioned authentic pizza then you can’t go wrong with Santa Maria.

  2. The Questors Theatre 

    The Questors is thought to be the biggest amateur theatre in Europe and is a wonderful hub for performances, classes, workshops and art exhibitions.

  3. Cafe Magnolia

    Over the past decade Polish delis have popped up all over London and this cafe is one of the best.

  4. Open Ealing

    A terrific hub for creative performances a large gallery with a wide range of contributors.

  5. Red Lion, Ealing

    The UK has hundreds of Red Lion pubs dotted around, but this one is definitely a candidate for king of the boozy jungle.


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  1. Charlotte’s Place

    An independent, family-run restaurant with two AA rosettes and a modern, inventive menu.  Best of all for Fruglers – it’s Monday – Friday lunch menu is two courses for just £20.

  2. Bearcat Comedy at the Viaduct

    The Bearcat has been a legendary comedy institution in Twickenham for three decades.  It’s opened another venue in Hanwell which attracts some of the biggest names in comedy.

  3. Ealing Park Tavern

    A big, chunky modern pub full of tasty food and a wide range of beers.

  4. Bagel & Shake

    Access to bagels and milkshakes all day, every day. Open 24/7! 5

  5. Classic Cinema Club

    Another Frugl favourite: cinema connoisseurs mine the vaults of their film collections to introduce you to half-forgotten or never-before seen essentials from Hollywood’s golden era and world cinema.


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