Welcome to Tom’s Diner – our collection of West Hampstead restaurant reviews written by Tom or Jonathan. Tom is our local gourmand, with a healthy appetite for red wine and strong views about how salads should be dressed. Above all, he believes fervently that prawns should be treated with respect. Jonathan, who organises local restaurant meet-ups, veers inexorably towards Sicilian wines when he sees them (and just veers after having drunk them) but refuses point blank to eat beetroot.
Stop for a minute. Close your eyes and think about your memories of playing as a child. More likely than not, it was outdoors or in your local park. Yet children today are evermore glued to their iPhones, iPads or TV screens and if they do ‘play’, they are driven to a play date at […]
West Hampstead tube station is still not on the shortlist to get a lift. The student housing block on Blackburn Road has applied to add 41 extra rooms – which means a new storey, or two. We got the full story… The new restaurant replacing Brioche is going to be Hām. Like the Wet Fish […]
The new owner of the student housing block on Blackburn Road, has put in a planning application to add 41 additional rooms (studios) to the block buy adding extra floors on top. The development already has 347 units and has already been given planning permission to add an extension to the internal courtyard and a […]
Sponsored post As we move into 2018, there are signs that the property market in West Hampstead is improving. Despite what others may say, there is evidence of a market out there for those looking to sell their home. With changes to stamp duty in the autumn statement and the hesitation caused by Brexit beginning […]
Sponsored post The new year will see the official opening of Johns&Co’s estate agency office at West Hampstead Square, bringing with it a fresh, new outlook on the property market in West Hampstead and surrounding areas. If the name sounds familiar to you, it might be because we’re the preferred partner of West Hampstead Square […]
After many people – including West Hampstead Life – made a fuss about the lack of affordable housing provision in the Liddell Road scheme, Camden promised that the 156 West End Lane scheme would meet the 50% affordable housing quota by floorspace. The development, which was given the go-ahead by the planning committee on Thursday, […]