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phi l
3 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
On a prior visit, I found that the chicken wings were still raw in the middle. Despite this, I decided to give it another try yesterday. The lamb cube was well grilled on the outside but raw inside and it was not possible to cut into it. This restaurant is local to me but, unfortunately, it is has been very disappointing. I do not believe that the cooks have received any training.
Written January 7, 2020
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Makiejac
126 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023 • Friends
I've been waiting for the past 15 minutes for my bill. The first time the bill was presented to me, it wasn't mine but Teatro is a great venue and Ealing is very fortunate to have it but the service (despite the fabulous individuals serving) is ridiculously poor. Being ignored seems to be the norm I've eaten here twice. Both times delicious food but the menu is definitely odd and limiting.
Written March 8, 2023
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C_J
4 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2022
OMG, this place is AWFUL on so many levels. Not sure which is worse the food or the staff. Nevertheless, i shall NOT be going here ever again, but what a shame as the building is beautiful but dont let that fool you in and waste your money. Honestly, its terrible.
Written September 1, 2022
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Αντιγονη Γ
United Kingdom2 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022 • Solo
The toilets were unbearable smell wise. I couldn't even stand there for 1 second. It is unacceptable not to to be able to use public female toilets from bad smell. They are supposed to be in good standards. Toilet inside were super dirty.
Written June 19, 2022
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ladybong_n_hubby
London, UK501 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2013 • Solo
I've lived in Ealing (fondly known as "Queen of the Suburbs") for about 27 years now and can honestly say it's a very diverse area.

Ealing is a borough in the West of London and falls within the area of Greater London. Property prices range from £250k for a 1 bedroom flat in some parts (if you're really lucky) to over £1 million for a penthouse flat in Ealing Broadway. Ealing in general had a lot of "green" - lots of open park spaces and with good transport networks in Central London via the Central Line and District Line tube network from Ealing Broadway and easy access to Heathrow via Piccadilly Line from South Ealing, Northfields and Boston Manor Stations.

Ealing Broadway boasts its own shopping centre which isn't on a par with Westfields or Brent Cross but good enough for locals with fairly large stores such as M&S, Primark, Superdrug, Boots, Curry, Argos, New Look, Tesco, etc. Parking is not cheap in the area considering the shopping is not the best. In the Arcadia Centre you have TKMaxx and a handful of local independent clothing and shoe shops as well as a McDonalds.

Ealing boasts many pubs and restaurants and a handful of nightclubs within a 15 minute walking distance of each others. Some decent pubs and restaurants off the main roads of Ealing Broadway if you care to explore. There are also several hotels in the area such as Ramada at Ealing Common and a Premier Inn not far from the Town Hall.

Surrounding smaller areas of Ealing include West Ealing Broadway with its own range of shops and mainline train station, South Ealing with its own parade of shops and Piccadilly line tube station, North Ealing is situated just off the affluent Hanger Lane area (A406 Ealing) and Ealing Common is a 10 minute walk down from Ealing Broadway serviced by both Piccadilly and District lines.

Ealing is home to the University of West London (formerly known as Thames Valley University) and Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College as well as a range of state and private schools to suit all needs.

Ealing is also home to Ealing Studios.
Written May 10, 2013
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sheepygold
london5,335 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2014 • Friends
I have lived in Ealing for 10 years. The best part of Ealing is the number of trees - it is one of the greenest areas in London. There are some fantastic parks - especially Walpole Park and many great pubs a few minutes walk from the town centre. There are masses of great restaurants and at least one superb coffee shop. There are beautiful roads to wander down and plenty of lovely looking Victorian houses. The only thing here that is not good enough is the station (due to be refurbished) and the shops. There are some good independent shops but otherwise Ealing punches below its weight - Chiswick and Westfield are the places to go nearby.
Written October 25, 2014
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sheepygold
london5,335 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Solo
I last reviewed Ealing 3 years ago and in many respects it is the same pleasant and leafy suburb with very good transport connections that will improve further when Crossrail eventually arrives. There is a fantastic supply of restaurants and some great pubs within a half mile radius of the station. The Arcadia Shopping Centre has been much improved with a massive new Morrisons so we now have a proper supermarket in the town centre. Also the Dickens Yard development is attracting a load of top name shops that are due to open during 2018 plus there is movement at last on the old Cinema development. The main Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre is improving but slowly. There are a lot of events and festivals here throughout the year which is nice plus Haven Green has been improved with lovely new planting especially of Spring Bulbs.
Written October 30, 2017
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Panagiotis V
Athens, Greece295 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2017 • Couples
Though not far from the center of London( 3rd metro zone) Ealing has its own identity and a lot of population coming from different countries. The borough is divided in areas such as North, West, Common but the main attractions ,rightfully so , are in it's center Ealing Broadway. It has a lot of parks, a farmers market, lots of stores and for sure you will always find a place to eat.
Transport means are OK and by next year a new line will connect it with the center.
It is a nice play to live in.
Written September 27, 2017
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rayrest
Fenton, UK7,859 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Couples
Ealing Broadway is a large bustling area of roads with many well known high street shops and restaurants. Ealing has a large transport hub as well with a tube station and big bus terminal. The 65 bus route goes from Ealing Broadway to Kingston and is well worth a ride, going through Kew, Richmond, Ham. Ealing is a vibrant and busy town that has links to London.
Written September 4, 2017
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Kasey E
Oakland, CA35 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2017
This is a truly great place to stay while visiting, and if I was every to move to London I could totally live here. The Borough of Ealing is a hop skip and jump away from central London (by tube/bus). What's even better if you are traveling, it's so close to the Heathrow Airport (you can access if on the tube). It's a safe city, filled with families, couples, and a few sprinkles of single folks. The area is pretty big so you get really quit areas which have mainly Edwardian style homes (one of which I stayed in), schools, and a main road with shops, and tons of beauty shops. Head to Broadway and you get shopping and pubs and also a true feel of the city.

A safe, food friendly, and happening little Borough with rich history and access to the airport and central London!

Written February 15, 2017
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