Unit 1034, Southern Terrace
Westfield Shopping Centre, Ariel Way
+44 020 8600 3320
Open every day for lunch and dinner
Monday – Friday & Sunday: 9:00am – 11:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 11:00pm
The London Underground, also affectionately known as “the Tube”, is a convenient way to navigate the city when you are car-less in London. Ironically, not all of the rail network is even below ground. With its distinct logo, the stations are easy to pick out from the street, making for effective navigation by tourists and locals alike.
In the West London district is an area called Shepherd’s Bush. Walking around the green park common area, I found it had an interesting character – with a balanced mixture of small businesses and eateries, outlets of larger corporations, entertainment complexes and residences. As I made my way up and down the streets, just exploring on my won, I saw an assortment of people, some young, some old, some working class and some dressed up like they have a white collar office job. With the large hub of transportation (including a large bus terminal), the area seemed to my novice eyes as a transit-heavy spot, with intersecting modes and lines of transport shutting people into and out of the core of London city.