5 Interesting Things About Drummond Street
Diwana Bhel Poori House
Diwana is no ordinary restaurant, it’s the UK’s very first vegetarian Indian restaurant. They are famous worldwide, and only a few minutes’ walk from Euston station. Go in to Diwana, try their buffet lunch or their chef’s special evening meal, and soak up the history while enjoying the traditional flavours.
Crown & Anchor
The Crown & Anchor is not only a great pub serving ice cold ales, if you look around you’ll notice that it’s located in a Grade-II-listed building. Enjoy the setting as you enjoy a drink, it’s a London classic.
Charles Dickens used to hang out here
Charles Dickens and his friends used to pretend to be beggars on Drummond Street, asking for money and then running away!
The ghost station at the end of the street
At the end of Drummond Street you’ll see an old disused tube station. It used to be Euston station which first opened in 1907. It was only used until 1914. Wouldn’t it be interesting to go inside?
Indian Spice Shop
This wonderful shop has been on Drummond Street for many decades, and continues to offer spices and ingredients for those brave enough to make your own curry and Indian meals. If you’re absolutely clueless where to start the friendly and knowledgeable staff will tell you exactly what you need and how to prepare your meal.