From Central London, join the A5 Edgware Road at Marble Arch. After approximately 1 mile turn right onto the A5205 St John’s Wood Road. As you pass Lord’s Cricket Ground there is a set of traffic lights, go straight across into Prince Albert Road.
At the second set of traffic lights (just as you pass the London Zoo aviary on your right) turn left into Albert Terrace then left again into Regents Park Road. Bibendum is towards the end of the road on the left hand side.
The easiest and quickest way to get to us is by tube, as we are located less than 5 minutes walk from Chalk Farm Station, which is on the Northern Line (Edgware branch) and easily accessible from London Bridge, Waterloo, Kings Cross or Euston. From Paddington the most direct route is to take the Hammersmith and City Line (pink line) and travel to Kings Cross to join the Northern Line (Edgware Branch).
When exiting Chalk Farm tube turn right then take the 1st left into Bridge Approach. Walk over the bridge and Bibendum is 50 yards ahead on the right hand side at 109a Regents Park Road.
From the M1 travel south towards London until you come to the end of the M1 (Junction 1).
Take the left hand filter lane off the M1 and join the North Circular road (A406) travelling east. You will see Brent Cross Shopping Centre on your left. Keep left and come off the A406 up onto the flyover, then turn right onto the A41 towards Central London / West End. You are now on Hendon Way, which becomes Finchley Road.
Follow the A41 towards London for about 4 miles until you see the Swiss Cottage Pub directly in front of you. As soon as you are alongside the Pub get into the left hand lane and, at the traffic lights, turn left on to Adelaide Road.
At the first set of lights turn right into King Henry’s Road, follow this road to the end and turn right into Primrose Hill Road (Primrose Hill park is on your right). Turn left at the ‘T’ junction.
You are now on Regents Park Road and Bibendum is on your left towards the end of the road. Once you’ve got this far you can’t miss us!
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