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Highbury is lush, as is the food

by jerryadan

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A district in the London Borough of
Islington, Highbury can be found just under four and a half miles north of
Charing Cross, in an area of around five hundred acres. Possibly most
synonymous with Arsenal Football Club as the name of their stadium, having moved
from Woolwich to Highbury in 1913, dropping Woolwich from its name. Moving
again in 2006, to the Ashburton Grove, the ground was converted into luxurious
apartment blocks, with the pitch redeveloped as a garden with a private gym and
an underground swimming pool. The property in the area surrounding the old
stadium is incredibly sought after, with prices of the apartments starting at
around three hundred thousand pounds. With a number of tube stations serving
the area, including Holloway Road and Arsenal, it is incredibly accessible and
so is often the destination frequented by many of the residents in the
surrounding areas, including Mayor of London Boris Johnson, comedian Rowan
Atkinson and comedian Jimmy Carr. If you find yourself in the area of Highbury,
not sure of the most glorious eateries to visit with one of the cheap Highbury escorts that are as in demand and luxurious as the
area they hail from, then get down on your knees and give thanks to those that
did the legwork for you because we’ve found the best restaurants around! Colon,
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Living in a city as
multicultural as London means you can take a trip around the whole world with
just a few touch ins of your Oyster Card. In this instance, the borough of
Islington is home to Iznik Restaurant, which has been crowned ‘the best all
round Turkish restaurant in London’ by The Guardian. Whilst the decor can only
do so much, and believe us when it says it earns its praise with the
combination of warm desert tones and artefacts in abundance, the food is as
authentic and genuine as you can hope to encounter outside of the country. Preparing
dishes in the old fashioned way, there are meals that are reminiscent of the
Ottoman Empire days as well as the new modern cuisine available in the country.

If you’re looking for something
that can offer more than just a meal and a drink, the experience of Sen Nin
Teppanyaki Restaurant in the district should be at the top of your must do
list. If you’ve never heard of the style of eating that is in abundance in this
particularly dining room, you’ll wonder how on earth you ever lived without it.
Whilst the idea of sharing a table with a strangers might remind you of the
school-cafeteria days, it’s very different, we can assure you. Seated around a
large hot plate, the theatrical Japanese chefs juggle, twirl, flip and flame
ingredients, presenting you like an incredible dish at the end of it. With so
much on offer, you probably won’t be able to eat again for a while.

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