Kensington is home to some excellent shops, bars and restaurants, and when it comes to culture and entertainment, you’re spoilt for choice. Here you’ll find some of London’s biggest and best museums, the beautiful Kensington Gardens and the renowned Royal Albert Hall.
Residents of St George’s Court are well served for day to day needs by the selection of shops, restaurants, cafes downstairs and across the road. The main shopping area is on Kensington High Street, offering a huge variety of shops just a short distance away.
Joe & The Juice situated on the corner of St George’s Court building offer a diverse range of hot and cold drinks, food and snacks which suit all age groups.
The choice of supermarkets in the immediate area are Marks and Spencer and Whole Foods which are both located on Kensington High Street Also there is a Waitrose situated next to Gloucester Road Tube Station. All supermarkets offer a large range of goods for all types of meals.
Food & Drink
The Ivy Kensington Brasserie is a modern neighbourhood-style brasserie with a great atmosphere, the food served is modern British and is open 7 days a week.
Da Mario is a traditional family friendly Italian restaurant serving thin-crust pizza and other classics in a Venetian-Gothic building located on the opposite side of the road to St George’s Court.
An all-day modern European café-bar called Coco Momo which is bright and airy and served a seasonal menu, Open from 9am daily until the late hours in the day.
Kensington Palace, set in Kensington Gardens is the London residence for the British Monarchy and is most famous for being the TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children official residence.
The famous Royal Albert Hall is situated on the north side of South Kensington and holds events such as concerts annually, the most well-known being ‘The Proms’ having played there since 1941 every summer.
The Natural History Museum exhibits a large array of examples from the development from the natural world. This particular museum holds one of the world’s most important dinosaur collections.
Transport & Parking
There are two unground stations close by, Gloucester Road which has the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines and Kensington High Street Tube station is on the District and Circle Tube Line.
Buses that go to Knightsbridge, Chelsea and Mayfair.
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