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Hammersmith girls just varied as the area they hail from

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An urban district in the London Borough of
Hammersmith and Fulham, situated in west London, the area of Hammersmith is
around five miles west of Charing Cross Station. For many decades, it has been
considered the focal point of the Polish minority in the city. It is also home
to what is considered the smallest bar in the world, and according to research,
the oldest riverside pub in London, said to have been frequented by Ernest
Hemingway. Referenced thoroughly in popular culture, it is also said to house a
number of notable residents, including Top Gear star James May and was the
birthplace of pop singing sensation Lily Allen. For those not wishing to celeb
spot, being in the area instead to spend time with any of the cheap Hammersmith Escorts, and are looking to dine at a lovely, albeit
slightly fancy, restaurant in the neighbourhood.

Seeing as Hammersmith is the
placement of the large Polish community in the city, it only makes sense that
if you’re in the mood for Polish cuisine, you do so in the area where it will
be at its most authentic and genuine. A relatively new venture, only opening in
January of last year, Malina is the place to head if you’re jonesing for some
Eastern European delicacies. The brainchild of a Beata Murphy and Jola Pinchard,
this isn’t an amatuer set-up. In fact, these two spent a decade and a half
managing the oldest Polish restaurant in London by way of South Kensington.
Creating an atmosphere that is elegant yet unpretentious, Malina has proved its
staying power potential with the perfect ambience for any occasion. An intimate
dinner for two, or even just a business lunch with partners, it’s the perfect
eatery for a fusion of Polish cuisine. Retaining the distinctive flavours of
the region, they have injected a modern twist into the dishes, making them
incredibly moreish, so don’t hold back on indulging.

If you’re looking for something
a bit more local in terms of cuisine, The Stonemason’s Arms isn’t your local
pub, with an old fellow propping up the bar and the wallpaper peeling. A
mash-up of European and British cuisine, this place has been known to attract
the trendy and artsy crowds that infiltrate the area. With a cosy feel, the
atmosphere puts any anxiety you may be harbouring at bay, ensuring the most
relaxed dining experience you’ve had in a while. Using the gastro-pub formula,
they’ve managed to retain a certain aspect of originality about the place, with
signature dishes including monkfish and barramundi stew, with the sticky toffee
pudding to missed at your peril.

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