What they say:
First opened in 1930, Queens Ice and Bowl has been providing year-round ice skating and entertainment to Londoners for decades. Now the much-loved venue is undergoing a refurbishment and being rebranded as Queens: Skate-Dine-Bowl. There will be a restaurant serving American and British cuisine, two new bars which include a VIP lounge, 12 bowling lanes and an ice skating rink. Close to Paddington Station and Kensington, the venue is great for everything from after-work drinks to birthday party shenanigans.
What we say:
With Londoners going crazy for fun dining experiences it makes sense that Queens: Skate-Dine-Bowl will be a huge success. There's bowling, there's ice skating and now there's incredible food and cocktails that will make you want to stay beyond the activities. Jimmy Garcia, who has been running London pop-ups for five years as well as cooking on This Morning, has created the menu. Forget straggly fries and inedible burgers normally found at bowling joints, the menu will feature diner-style food such as pulled pork and crispy chicken wings.