A Rough Guide to...

The Ace Cafe


Ace Cafe London Ltd
Ace Corner
North Circular Rd
NW10 7UD


Ace Corner is the junction of Beresford Avenue and the old North Circular Road, this runs parallel with the New Circular Road, between the A40 and the A404 (Harrow Road). Use the interactive Google map above to find the Ace at the red pin symbol.

Travelling anticlockwise on the North Circular Road:
After the traffic lights at Brentfield Road (where you'll see Ikea and McDonald's), take the second exit marked PARK ROYAL, turn right, across the bridge. Turn right again onto the old North Circular Road. The Ace is 100 yards on the left.

Travelling clockwise on the North Circular Road:
Take the first exit after Hanger Lane, and continue going northeast up the old North Circular Road. The Ace is 800 yards on the left. Or take the second exit, turn left, then right onto the old North Circular Road. 100 yards to the Ace.

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Who goes there?

This site attracts rockers and cafe racers from it's heyday of the '50s and '60s. There are also lots of modern bikes and bikers. The Ace does lots of club nights with various and sundry bike and car clubs meeting there on a regular basis. Check out their web site for details.


The Ace cooks a pretty good fried breakfast. They also have a licensed bar and have bands (mostly '60s nostalgia stuff) regularly.



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