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Hungry for north London property in more ways than one

As one of the leading north London estate agents, we make it our business to know the local area inside out. One of the things we have noticed is north London's exciting food culture, with a number of new restaurants opening recently and more promising launches on the horizon. Many house buyers and tenants coming through the doors of our 18 north London offices tell us they choose this part of the capital due to its 'on-trend' credentials, and it appears the best way to a home movers' heart is through their stomach. Our property teams have researched the best new restaurant openings in the area and paired them with ideal north London neighbourhoods, where you'll find a wide selection of properties to rent and for sale, all expertly handled by Winkworth's north London teams. Ramen noodles' Try property for sale in Islington Ramen - a Japanese noodle soup dish - is taking over London, with a number of noodle bars cropping up all over town. After a successful soft launch in August, United Ramen on Islington's Upper Street has already claimed the north London Ramen crown. Property tip: If Islington is out of your price range, Highbury property may offer an attractive alternative for both purchasers and tenants Also opening in Islington: MEATliquor Islington, summer 2015 Going Greek' Try property for sale in King's Cross The redevelopment of King's Cross has proved to be a magnet for new restaurants and joining the buzzing dining scene is The Greek Larder, due to open in October 2014 at Arthouse on York Way. An added bonus will be the attached 'food store', where diners and home cooks can buy all the ingredients required for a Greek feast. Property tip: Houses for sale in Golders Green tend to be more budget-friendly than in King's Cross, and the Tube journey between the two is only 17 minutes Also opening in King's Cross: Dishoom Bombay Cafe, autumn 2014 and D&D Granary Square, 2015 Deep south dishes' Try property for sale in Camden The recently-opened Bayou restaurant in Camden claims to be London's first all-day Creole bar and kitchen, with Louisiana crab cakes, pulled pork and blackened catfish on the menu. There's in-house music and a late-night licence until 2am on Fridays and Saturdays. Property tip: Camden's cool kids looking for the next big thing are eyeing up property for sale in Highgate - just an eight minute ride on the Northern Tube line. Also opening in Camden: Collective brings pop-up businesses to Camden High Street and many of the temporary stores are food related - like secret supper clubs - but blink and you'll miss them. Keep track of whose opening at camdencollective.co.uk

As one of the leading north London estate agents, we make it our business to know the local area inside out. One of the things we have noticed is north London's exciting food culture, with a number of new restaurants opening recently and more promising launches on the horizon.

Many house buyers and tenants coming through the doors of our 18 north London offices tell us they choose this part of the capital due to its 'on-trend' credentials, and it appears the best way to a home movers' heart is through their stomach.

Our property teams have researched the best new restaurant openings in the area and paired them with ideal north London neighbourhoods, where you'll find a wide selection of properties to rent and for sale, all expertly handled by Winkworth's north London teams.

Ramen noodles' Try property for sale in Islington

Ramen - a Japanese noodle soup dish - is taking over London, with a number of noodle bars cropping up all over town. After a successful soft launch in August, United Ramen on Islington's Upper Street has already claimed the north London Ramen crown.

Property tip: If Islington is out of your price range, Highbury property may offer an attractive alternative for both purchasers and tenants

Also opening in Islington: MEATliquor Islington, summer 2015

Going Greek' Try property for sale in King's Cross

The redevelopment of King's Cross has proved to be a magnet for new restaurants and joining the buzzing dining scene is The Greek Larder, due to open in October 2014 at Arthouse on York Way. An added bonus will be the attached 'food store', where diners and home cooks can buy all the ingredients required for a Greek feast.

Property tip: Houses for sale in Golders Green tend to be more budget-friendly than in King's Cross, and the Tube journey between the two is only 17 minutes

Also opening in King's Cross: Dishoom Bombay Cafe, autumn 2014 and D&D Granary Square, 2015

Deep south dishes' Try property for sale in Camden

The recently-opened Bayou restaurant in Camden claims to be London's first all-day Creole bar and kitchen, with Louisiana crab cakes, pulled pork and blackened catfish on the menu. There's in-house music and a late-night licence until 2am on Fridays and Saturdays.

Property tip: Camden's cool kids looking for the next big thing are eyeing up property for sale in Highgate - just an eight minute ride on the Northern Tube line.

Also opening in Camden: Collective brings pop-up businesses to Camden High Street and many of the temporary stores are food related - like secret supper clubs - but blink and you'll miss them. Keep track of whose opening at camdencollective.co.uk

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