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Geographically, Brentford is to the west of central London, located at the confluence of the River Thames and the River Brent at a place where the Thames could be easily forded; it predates London as an early settlement. Historically, its most famous inhabitant is the native American Pocahontas, who was married to an Englishman – the couple lived in the town in 1616 – but it’s the Duke of Northumberland’s London home Syon House, famed for its Robert Adam’s interiors, that’s the major tourist attraction. The town is well known for pubs such as The Weir, a popular bar and dining room overlooking the Grand Union Canal, but restaurants in Brentford include The Old Fire Station, a Cuban-themed bar popular for cocktails, burgers and wraps (with a more sedate restaurant upstairs delivering a slightly eccentric mix of European and Middle Eastern food) and Pappadums, a chic new development by the river with a menu of interesting Indian regional cookery.
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