Located in the borough of Harrow, in far north west London, Hatch End is a somewhat sleepy suburb with tree-lined streets, a low crime rate and a fair bit of wealth. Hatch End is fairly multicultural, with strong Hindu and Jewish communities in the area. The latter community brings two synagogues and a kosher butcher to this London suburb. Restaurants in Hatch End represent a large number of international cuisines for such a small place. You can find a Hatch End restaurant serving, just for example, Chinese, Turkish, Italian, American, British, Japanese, Indian, and Greek cuisines. Other places to eat in Hatch End include pizzeria and brasserie, too. Perhaps Hatch End’s most famous gastronomic resident was Isabella Mary Beeton, who is credited with being the world’s first cookbook writer. Mrs Beeton’s Book of Household Management compiled advice and recipes for Victorian-era housewives. Ahead of her time, Mrs Beeton encouraged the use of local and and seasonal produce, and ethical meat production. Her legacy lives on in the best restaurants in Hatch End.