With its location on the River Thames, Hammersmith is one of London’s most popular destinations. With mostly Victorian architecture and a sprinkling of Georgian buildings, Hammersmith’s main draw is its enchanting outdoor magnificence and natural splendour. Hammersmith is a very multicultural part of London and this is reflected better in its wide variety of ethnic eateries more than anywhere else. Some of the greatest restaurants in Hammersmith are located directly on the river, including a Michelin-starred restaurant as well as London’s oldest riverside pub, offering traditional English comfort food, just steps from one another. Hammersmith is also home to fancy cocktail bars and hip new gastropubs, which offer some of the best craft beer varieties in London. Furnival Gardens, directly near the Hammersmith Bridge, is a delightful spot for a picnic or even a launching point for a day of rowing. Meanwhile on busy King Street, excellent Hammersmith restaurants are within arm’s reach.