'No two vegetables take the same length time to cook.' Photo: OR

A word about summer salads – by chef Oliver Rowe

The local chef, who appears at Owl Bookshop on Kentish Town Road next week, gives us a seasonal tip or two

23 Jun 2016

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BST Hyde Park

Fancy seeing Massive Attack for free in Hyde Park next week?

We’ve got 2 pairs of tickets to give away to their big London summer gig

22 Jun 2016

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A south-sloping meadow... Photo: Peter Hayward

Four secret local parks you may not know

These bucolic spots make a less obvious weekend diversion than the Heath or Primrose Hill

21 Jun 2016

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Become a member (it’s free) for loads of local discounts

If you enjoy reading Kentishtowner online, then why not sign in (it only takes a few seconds) for a whole new way of experiencing the best of the area

20 Jun 2016

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A real evening sun-trap - if the sun ever comesout again: Patron. Photo: SE

You should check out this summer solstice bash at Patron

Kentish Town’s acclaimed French bistro is marking the longest day of the year their own way

20 Jun 2016

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View over the pool to the new hangout on the Heath.

Just open: Lido Cafe, Parliament Hill Fields

For the first time ever you can sip your americano either facing the Heath or poolside

16 Jun 2016

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The second branch of a west London wood-fired specialist. Photo: Rullo's

MUST DO: a new pizzeria, art galore – and a brewery b’day bash

Another wood-fired joint opens, head to the Heath for some art – and party at Solomons’ Yard

16 Jun 2016

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Laksa

Laksa Kitchen opens this month

A Malaysian pop-up runs for a fortnight on Kentish Town Road this month

15 Jun 2016

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One of the capital's most acclaimed streetfood collectives joins Camden. Photo: PR

Kerb Camden Market is about to launch

Independent streetfood collective to take over the West Yard from next month

09 Jun 2016

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Hedgehog in the palm of a hand. Photo: Clare Bowen

The secret hedgehogs of Regent’s Park

They might be in terminal decline, but did you know a few dozen live harmoniously in a posh part of NW1?

07 Jun 2016

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