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A spin-off from the locally famous Queensbury pub, also on Walm Lane, this new all-day venture puts more emphasis on food – as you might deduce from the moniker.  ‘Big boy breakfasts’, ‘small full English’ fry-ups, pancakes and eggs are served until 5pm, while the rolling menu covers everything from deli sandwiches (sticky chicken with sweet chilli) or hummus with toast ‘soldiers’ to burgers and grills – think 28-day rib-eye steaks, racks of ribs, blackened salmon and so on. There are salads and light bites too, plus a few puds such as cheesecake and cinnamon churros with chocolate sauce. The brief drinks list runs from milkshakes to a fistful of wines, a few quirky cocktails and booze from the likes of BrewDog, Camden, Meantime and the Cotswold Cider Co. A kids’ menu and takeaways broaden the venue’s appeal.


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    Happy Belly :: Happy Belly: The Queensbury Kitchen (London)

    Located all the way out in Willesden Green, the Queensbury Kitchen claims to bring something different to the local area. Perhaps. It's a straightforward bar and grill serving the expected ribs, burgers and fried chicken, but I rarely venture out to Willesden Green, I wouldn't know. That said, it does what it does well.

    It's friendly and social as it's one of those food-sharing restaurants. Not the ones serving dainty little small plates but ones with large platters and wooden planks of meat and sliders placed in the middle of long communal tables. It's what you want for that kind of food, where you're...
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    Vi Vian :: Ultimate Queensbury Kitchen Event, Willesden Junction | Vi Vian's Food Blog

    Queensbury Kitchen, Willesden Green – I love a blogger event. Meeting different people and learning their perspective of food. This event was a sit down meal. You might get stuck with an utter bore but if that is the case, at least the food makes up for it. And for me, I find an aperitif helps me with my shyness...
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    Travels for Taste :: Travels for Taste The Queensbury Kitchen

    First impressions of walking out of Willesden Green Tube station is of a quite suburb where even the high street seems welcoming and not maddeningly crowded. My reason for the venturing into a leafy suburb in NW London that evening – an invitation to attend a bloggers review dinner at The Queensbury Kitchen – a New All Day Bar and Grill which opened to the public late last year.
    We had the long central communal table with high stools reserved for the evening and a tempting selection of cocktails to start with.
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