It’s hard these days to disentangle thoughts of Syria from its tragic civil war. Some of the Syrians living in London today have fled the conflict, but there was a Syrian diaspora here (centred in Ealing) before the war began, and you can find Syrian culture and food across the city. For the latest in our series of features looking at different cultures in London, we want to know: what’s your favourite Syrian place in London?
Whether it’s spot-on falafel or outspoken political art, where do you experience the Levant in London? Leave your tips in the comments box below and we’ll feature the best in Time Out London magazine.
In the meantime, here’s the best of Lebanese London.