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The best place in to celebrate Christmas Fulham

Christmas eve is one of the brightest times of the year and celebrating Christmas should always be colourful and cheerful.

To provide you with the best experience we have prepared an amazing Christmas menu for you, which will get you into the right spirit.

Kishmish is one of the top restaurants in Croydon and it’s one of the best places to organise your Christmas party or special family dinner.

We already take reservations for the festive season and you can book in advance your special day. Save a date online or call us on 020 7385 6953.

Check our website, Facebook and Twitter pages to find our special menu and updated Christmas and New Year opening times.

A few ideas on what to do on Christmas in London

Image credits: vagabond3

Image credits: vagabond3

Christmas is one of the jolliest holidays of the year and it’s almost at our doorstep. If you are wondering what to do and want to make the holiday season more exciting, hew are a few ideas which will make the celebration more interesting.
One of the interesting destinations for Christmas is the giant Christmas tree on Trafalgar square. It was given to the United Kingdom by Norway in memory of the refuge that the Allies gave members of the Norwegian government and royal family during World War II.
If you like ice skating and are not a fan of doing it indoors, you can skate under the stars. The Tower of London provides the perfect opportunity to do so.
Another magnificent way is to visit a nice restaurant in great company. And why not do it in Kishmish. We will offer you extraordinary and delicious Christmas menu, suitable for any taste.

The Gardens of Fulham Palace

Fulham Palace is an important historic landscape. It was the summer residence of the Bishop of London for centuries. The Palace’s garden has got many interesting and unusual trees, gathered from all around the world. It was the home of the first British-grown examples of the exotic plants such as Tamarisk, Acacia, Mahogany and Maple trees.
Bishop Henry Compton started to grow the quaint and care demanding plants. He was a botanist and had created a wonderful collection of flora. Bishop Grindal grew grapes and he sent them to Elisabeth I each year. His name is also associated with a Great Tree of London. The aged evergreen oak is estimated to be at least 450 years old.
The Garden organises public walks, you can join to see the nature full of history.