The National House has been serving the Czech and Slovak community since 1946
Bought after World War 2, the National House has served to the community, mostly for war veterans as the meeting point. Always welcoming immigrants as the first instance upon their arrival to the UK, mainly in 2 major waves during last century.
After communist revolution in 1948 and the USSR invasion to Czechoslovakia in 1968, providing the homely atmosphere as well as traditional cuisine. Converted into public house in mid 80’s, the National House serves also as a traditional restaurant showcasing Czech & Slovak cuisines to the public.
The birth of Bohemia House
The restaurant in Czechoslovak National House was named Bohemia House in the beginning of 2020.
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74 West End Lane
London NW6 2LX