Good gastropubs are surprisingly scarce in NW6, & The Salusbury is one of the few worth a journey. Effortlessly unpretentious & thoroughly laid-back, it combines good looks with smiley staff to attract a jovial assembly of Queen’s Park’s younger denizens. A pre-dinner Bellini will only set you back £6, & an accessible bunch of wines includes some surprisingly good Italian bottles designed to complement the rarely changing menu. Start with the likes of tuna bresaola with shaved fennel, or chicken liver & Marsala crostini, then head for the top-gear homemade pasta – the pappardelle with duck ragù has reached legendary status with locals. Vin santo & cantucci round off meals neatly. Next door, the food store is full of take-home treats.
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