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Lucy
Lucy
October 22, 2018
Great for family fun or just walk along the river. Grab lunch or brunch at The Peartree Cafe
Eve
Eve
June 1, 2018
Best for walks and sightseeing
Emma
Emma
July 31, 2017
Every Sunday , Battersea Car Boot. All vintage, antique and other goods...
Nick
Nick
October 8, 2016
Next to the river fab walks,
Korina
Korina
August 23, 2016
One of the most beautiful parks in London right along the Thames.

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“A shop dedicated to meringues with some incredible bakery bits thrown in to balance it out.”
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“kleiner Spanier, wo man draußen sitzen kann. Kleiner Laden ist mit dabei... Sehr nett!!!”
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“New Culture Revolution (Chinese - 3 minutes away): Welcome to the first Noodle & Dumpling Bar in London. Our mission is to produce the healthiest, highest quality food in London. "Our noodles are made fresh and exclusively for us. When we could not get good enough noodles in the UK, we sent someone back to Beijing to learn how they are made properly."”
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“This sushi place delivers to the flat. It's got the best sushi in south west London. Fresh and delicious! The restaurant itself is a basic Japanese style interior and you can eat in the restaurant.”
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Health & Beauty Service
“GOING OUT Eating and drinking: One of the greatest pleasures of living here is a Saturday morning coffee and stroll along the river, and both Ground Coffee Society and Artisan serve outrageously good coffee. Putney also has some great riverside pubs including The Duke’s Head and The Boathouse, which boast great views and tasty food. The Putney pub quiz scene is a lively one, with one of the best on Tuesdays at The Jolly Gardeners. The newly refurbished Spotted Horse now boasts a rooftop gin bar. Residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining. Try the authentic Japanese menu at Sushi54, Putney Canteen and The Dynamo along Putney Bridge Road or the ever popular Franco Manca. Both the Coat and Badge and The Ship are pubs that are popular amongst the locals. The piazza along the river is home to the Putney Market, the Boathouse pub and Carluccios Culture: The Half Moon in Putney has been showcasing live music for decades, and the Putney Bridge venue is always packed with locals on weekends. The community Putney Arts Theatre is home to two companies, Putney Theatre Company and Group 64 Youth Theatre, known for their varied and innovative productions. Sport: Active Londoners love Putney life, with its wealth of sporting opportunities. There are several rowing clubs situated on the Putney riverbank, catering for all standards from novice to international competitor. Locals can choose from several golf and cricket clubs, including the London Scottish Golf Club on nearby Wimbledon Common and Putney Cricket Club, founded in 1870. LOCAL AMENITIES Residents can take advantage of several supermarkets clustered around the Tube and train stations, including Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and Co-operative. The Talad Thai Supermarket stocks a wide selection of exotic produce. Putney is a haven for shoppers, whether browsing the high end chains that line Putney High Street or exploring the Putney Exchange Shopping Centre. Gail's Bakery has opened just around the corner, in Lacy Road. There’s no shortage of relaxation options in Putney, so if a walk through one of the area’s many parks won’t suffice, head to The Escape London spa or London Grace for the ultimate pampering treat. Just across Putney Bridge lies the Fulham Palace Museum, while wildlife enthusiasts can head to London’s Wetland Centre in Barnes. Putney Library is open every day except Tuesdays so locals can make the most of its free internet access and study rooms. GREEN SPACES Sandwiched between Putney Bridge Road and the River Thames, Wandsworth Park is the first port of call for locals seeking some outdoor space. Not only does it offer acres of grassy land perfect for picnicking and wide tree lined paths, but more active locals can enjoy a game of mini golf at Putt in the Park. Putney is great for cricket fans, with pitches on Putney Heath and Barnes Common. These picturesque parks provide a lovely slice of nature in central Putney, but when locals really need to escape the urban environment, a visit to the vast Wimbledon Common or Richmond Park to the south west usually does the trick. ”
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