For many years the most fashionable necropolis in England (you wouldn’t be seen dead anywhere else), Kensal Green Cemetery accepted its first occupants in 1833, and the Gothic boneyard is the final resting place of m...

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Incongruously located opposite one of London’s most notorious tower blocks – the god-awful-yet-heritage-listed concrete Trellick Tower – Rellik is a fashionista favourite retro store...

Top Pages 9 Walton House, The Drive, London, E17 3DH mail: info@toppages.co.uk Phone: 020 3151 8075

A lovely spot for colourful, eclectic and handsome crockery, imported from more than a dozen countries...

Tread the bare wood floorboards of this roomy cafe in this erstwhile library, and grab a paperback play or two from the dense collection stuffed onto shelves...

Still milking every last drop as the inspiration behind the bookshop in Hugh Grant’s and Julia Robert’s monster rom-com, the former Travel Bookshop was repackaged a few years ago as a more general bookshop...

Michael Goss "Harlesden has London's best Galician tapas bar, Centro Galego de Londres, situated between Harlesden and Old Oak Common. Plus Gostosa Pizzeria, theand Portuguese restaurants A Pousada, Minhoto and O bBombeiro."

All the recipe books from celeb and nonceleb chefs you can imagine are sold here – perfect for more adventurous cooks or for those looking for ‘exotic’ cookbooks...

This rehoused West London theatre is renowned for encouraging new talent...

This imposing former Victorian gin palace is a quality boozer with ample elbow space. Grandly restored, the roomy interior soaks up pretty much any hubbub thrown at it...

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The case against Public transport is great, but the place itself is on a weird urban peninsula, cut off by those sidings, Park Royal factories, and the North Circular.

With its underground, alternative and vintage rarities, this home of the eponymous punk-music label remains a haven for vinyl junkies.

Where to buy Beware places passing off as posher Willesden or Kensal Rise, especially leafier spots like the avenues of large, 1920s semis near Roundwood Park. I hereby declare Harlesden to begin south of the cemetery and Roundwood Park, and west of the sports centre.

The smell coming from the Spice Shop says it all: from run-of-the-mill curry powder and herbs to much rarer spices and ready-made combinations (for fajitas, jerk seasoning, Cajun etc), this is a treasure trove of exo...

The city’s landmark national stadium where England traditionally plays its international matches and where the FA Cup final is contested...

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Selling old-school reggae, jazz, funk, soul, dance and blues vinyl to Notting Hill's musical purists since 1974, with a large volume of CDs.

Sophie Rena "Up and coming, but not come yet. The high street is being pedestrianised, though, so maybe next year."

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This Notting Hill hot spot offers Asian fusion fare presented as artfully as elaborate origami. The decor is equally attractive: black-and-white minimalist. You can do dim sum (£3...

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Bargain of the week Three-bed terrace, close to the North Circular, but close to Ikea, too, £299,950, with Haart.

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Stuffed under the Westway, this lively and aromatic street-eats market at the north end of Portobello Rd serves snacks from all over the globe: take your pick from Palestinian, African, Peruvian, Chinese, Mexican, Gr...

Things to do in Harlesden

This fruit and veg market stretches underneath the Hammersmith & City and Circle Lines between Goldhawk Rd and Shepherd’s Bush tube stations...

Well connected? Willesden Junction and Harlesden on the lovely Bakerloo Line, nipping you to central London in 20 minutes. Plus the overground to Euston and Watford and the weirdly wonderful North London Line from Richmond to the East End.

Schools Primaries: Brentfield, Mitchell Brook, Leopold and Newfield are all "good", notes Ofsted. Secondaries: Convent of Jesus and Mary, Newman Catholic College and Capital City Academy are all "good", too.

This recently relocated shrine to nostalgia is the brainchild of consumer historian Robert Opie, who has amassed advertising memorabilia and packaging since the age of 16...

Lutyens & Rubinstein is a fantastic, albeit compact (groundfloor and basement), bookshop. It's a squeeze, but its small size pays dividends...

Market values Semis, £450,000-£850,000. Terraces, £325,000-£450,000, up to £600,000 in posher areas. Flats: three-bed period conversions, £260,000-£360,000; two beds, £205,000-£315,000; one bed, £180,000-£235,000.

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With just the right mix of shiny gastropub, rough-and-ready local appeal, a good location on the Grand Union Canal (with waterside terrace) and a strong selection of craft beers, this pub is a great choice for a pint...

Hang out at… Jamaican Jerk Chicken Caribbean Take-Away. Rice and peas for me.

With a humongous cousin in Stratford (and one tipped for Croydon for 2020/21), this gigantic recession-busting shopping mecca was London’s first mall...