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A CAROUSEL OF
EATERIES

Whether it’s Michelin star restaurants, health foods or pub grub that takes your fancy, you’ll be spoilt for choice at Toy Makers Yard. Try Aragon House for an elevated gastropub menu served inside or outside in a beautiful courtyard garden. There’s also The Hardwood Arms with their handmade scotch eggs and Primavera with authentic sourdough pizza. If you can’t decide, try the Market Hall, an indoor street-food court located in an abandoned Edwardian underground station.

Brunch is a weekend must and Hally’s do it just right in their Californian-inspired café in Parsons Green. St Clements tick all the boxes with delicious fresh food every day in their beautiful independent cafe and there’s always Megans’s for a Mediterranean inspired breakfast.

A CULTURAL HUB

Explore Fulham Palace with its stunning botanical gardens or simply sip on a coffee and enjoy a bite to eat in the quaint Drawing Room café. For an arty evening, try your hand at painting with a glass of fizz at the Lillie Langtry’s Brush and Bubbles events.

Fulham is home to the “pensioners”. Founded over 114 years ago, the Chelsea Football Club’s home grounds in Stamford Bridge are the destination of many lively and animated football matches, with passionate fans travelling from all around the country, even the world, to support them. Fulham Football Club is close by, too; another well-loved team with grounds at Craven Cottage. If you want to work on your own skills, Go Mammoth offer social leagues across 5-a-side football, netball, rounders, touch rugby, dodgeball and more. Toy Makers Yard is also a stone’s throw from a Virgin Active Gym with tennis, swimming and gym classes. Good news – our residents will benefit from a 10% membership discount. For something more upbeat, Dance Attic Studios run weekly drop-in dance classes. 

A SHOPPER’S DELIGHT

Just minutes away from Fulham Broadway station, Jerdan Place is a quaint cobbled street with independent cafes and small shops, you’ll feel like you’ve stumbled upon village life. Explore antique art and furniture treasure troves down Lillie Road, or head to Fulham Road for some classic retail therapy and if you’re after a deal, visit North End Road Market. 

Painted in a kaleidoscope of colours, West Brompton Crossing showcases upcoming brands and their wares, alongside vibrant restaurants and bars. Toy Markers Yard is also a short walk away from West Brompton station, where you can be at Westfield shopping centre with an abundance of shops and eateries within 5 minutes.

A place to play

Come Friday, Fulham promises a weekend of fun. Head down to the retro bar at Simmons, with old school classics and cocktails in teapots. Hop over to Kona Kai where the music plays in their beach-themed cabana bar. Or if you want atmosphere, food and drinks then try The Prince – a pergola-style bar, covered in flowers and lined with pop up restaurants. For an impressively long wine list, Vagabond Wine Bar is the spot. Plus, with their new Tap & Pour app, you can order directly from your phone and keep track of all your favourites.

Fulham is full of live music venues; from the eclectic gigs at Under The Bridge, to the jazz and blues of 606 Club and Troubadour. Not forgetting The Durrell Arms where the dancing doesn’t stop.