Parks & Green Spaces

Hyde Park

Hyde Park

Hyde Park

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is a Grade I-listed major park in Central London. It is the largest of four Royal Parks that form a chain from the entrance of Kensington Palace through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, via Hyde Park Corner and Green Park past the main entrance to Buckingham Palace.

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  • Open 24h Yes
  • Average price $9.00
  • Maximum number of guests 1000
  • Activity type Outdoor

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Beth November 6, 2020 at 4:10 pm
Great kungpao vegs!
We tried Ninja Sushi a few weeks ago and I have to say I was very pleased with the atmosphere, the food, and the service.

My daughter and I came in on a Friday late afternoon/early evening so they were not too busy yet. We were greeted and opted to sit at the sushi bar. The sushi chefs were all so nice and eager to help us. My daughter loved watching them and they even prepared some beautiful pieces for her. She was delighted. She loves shrimp and was very pleased that there was an appitizer of popcorn shrimp on the menu. She loved it and with a bowl of rice she was a happy camper. I had a Dragon Roll which was delicious. They have an extensive menu and seemed willing to make anything to order. Having never traveled to Japan I wouldn't know if this is "authentic" versus "americanized". I frequented several sushi spots in Northern California and this is on par with those I've tried before.

The service was very pleasant and we were checked on several times to make sure everything was to our liking. I also enjoyed the atmosphere. There are several booths and a nice bar along with the sushi bar. It's decorated in dark colors with a cozy feeling. The only thing I thought awkward was the space, or lack of, right when you walk in the door. The register in there and then it seems as though you are right on top of the tables. I would imagine this would be a problem if they were very busy. There seemed to be no waiting area.

I am pleased to have a good sushi spot close to home and we will return! They also run lunch specials so I will be trying them for lunch soon.
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Linda November 6, 2020 at 4:10 pm
Trendy and hip. Clean. Inexpensive yet well-appointed and…
The only thing that would improve this taco trailer would be a concrete definition of the hours at which I can patronize them. Patronize is of course intended to signify a giving of business, not a stating of "Oh, hey there champ, it's ok, you can do better next time." Essentially, they offer chicken and carne asada, with three basic preparations: Tacos for $1 a piece, burritos for $5, and Quesadillas for $7. There is also a burger and a hot dog, but come on, is that why you are here? If you order one of the meats, it comes off the grill, and you get to watch them chop it up with a crazy knife, on what appears to be a well-worn tree stump. You definitely want to order "with everything" and an horchata to drink is also the course of wisdom. Final note: the people watching is amazing, in addition to the almost cartoonishly cowboy-looking dudes, I had a random guy who parked in the front wearing an FBI (Federal Boobie Inspector) shirt and raced off as soon as possible when his food was ready. Wouldn't want anyone thinking your love of the Charlie's taco made you...sexually ambiguous?
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