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New Cross is an area in the London borough of Lewisham, located in southeast London. Originally known by the name of Hatcham, the vicinity derived the name New Cross from a famous coaching house in the area known as Golden Cross. Its superb location and excellent connectivity to central London has made it a much sought-after business destination in suburban London. There are numerous attractions in the area that bring in hordes of local and international visitors each year. The Fan Museum is a unique space that houses different kinds of fans from all over the world, representing different eras. Another popular attraction is the Cutty Sark.
The serviced offices in the area are rented at attractive rates by diverse businesses such as legal and financial firms, design houses, accountants, solicitors, medical professionals, recruitment agents, and travel agents. The independent shopping in the vicinity is also fantastic, what with several bookshops, clothing boutiques, jewellery stores, cafes, food and drink shops and florists vying for the patronage of shoppers.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The Albany and Laban theatres make for an extraordinary evening of enjoyment and pleasure, hosting superb performances from local and international talent. If you’re in the mood for some alternative entertainment, you can make your way to any one of the trendy clubs and bars in the area such as the Amersham Arms or Davy’s Wine Bar. Having a meal is a pleasurable activity in the area thanks to the several world class eateries serving delectable cuisine. Le Gia for South Asian food, Thailand Restaurant for authentic Thai dishes, and Nouvelle Spice for exotic Indian fare are among the choices for dining out.
New Cross and New Cross Gate are the two main stations that serve the area and provide onward journeys to hundreds of destinations across London. Services on the London overground network can be accessed from either of these two stations. There are also numerous bus routes that pass through the area.