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From the food to colourful clothes, from Chat to Chunri! Anything and everything that you miss India for can be found here. Must visit during summer to relish some street food and enjoy sugarcane juice and coconut water.
As our hotel was in Wembley area we had a close proximity to Ealing Road. We had gone there for some shopping,but where amazed to find Indian style shops there! Even there were encroachments and pan spitting corners too! A real Indian culture or Gujarati...More
The stretch of wembley Alperton with Indian stores and restaurants is your one stop for buying all things that you get back home - traditional dresses, sarees , utensils, pooja ware, Indian chaat items, restaurants and food take aways. Prashad sweets, Mumbai local, Nita Cash...More
Located amidst the hustle and bustle of a mini india (Ealing road) this Mandir is a beautiful sight.
Outside and in it’s a very authentic and traditional Hindu temple.
Inside there are the statues of many Hindu gods and gurus. This temple is dedicated to...More
You reach this area via Alperton Station and the Temple is on the same side of the road one bus stop distant. The Santana Temple Mandir took 14 years to build amongst great controversy. It is an amazing architectural achievement and was transported piece by...More
Almost like being in India, except from the heat and smell.
You drive to Appleton with the tube, and start your walk down Ealing Road, and wups, you are in India.
First a big sandstone temple, flown bit by bit in from India, like a...More
You get here almost every indian stuff you think of. Your visit can never fail. Parking is a big issue but you have to manage that. You can complete your shopping with mouth watering dishes at the end.
Ealing Road in Wembley is also known as Little India. All shops are dominated by Indians. You can get here any thing - grocery, fruits, vegetables, spices, clothes, sarees, Indian kitchen items- all that an Indian would need. There are temples, a Mosques, and a...More