Paradise by Way of Kensal Green is West London's much loved gastropub, and an ideal spot for intimate suppers and relaxed Sunday lunches. Expect home cooked British food, prepared with love from fresh, seasonal and locally sourced produce with dishes such as Salmon gravlax, Trio of lamb and Aged rib eye. Built in 1892, Paradise by way of Kensal Green takes its name from a line in the G.K Chesterton poem, The Rolling English Road, which refers to the nearby Victorian Kensal Green cemetery. Comprising a front pub section, dining room, outside garden, a glass covered conservatory and two first floor private event spaces, this historic and beautiful corner site has an impressive food and drink offering, as well as a progressive music programme. The extensive international wine list and selection of crafted cocktails are the perfect starting point for an evening dancing the night away in one of the upstairs rooms.