Takeaway in South West London
|| The days of ordering
burnt pizzas and soggy burgers are over with the excellent
choice of takeaways in South West London.
There’s the familiar staples including Indian,
Thai and Chinese cuisine (although most of the restaurants
featured on this page add twists to classic dishes)
but there’s also new global food to tempt your
Axum [map] is one of those unusual restaurants that offers a cuisine
that many are not familiar with. Based on Wandsworth Road,
Axum offers traditional Ethiopian dishes to eat
in or take away. There’s a great choice of vegetarian
and vegan cuisine too and be sure to order a bottle
of honey wine to accompany your meal.
If you like an eclectic choice of food, pay a visit to Base One [map] on Abbey Orchard Street. Right in the heart of the action
and close to the West End this is a great place to dine.
However, if you’re looking for a takeaway meal to
take back to your hotel you can also expect the same excellence
as diners who are eating in.
Choose from a full brasserie style menu including grilled squid or rump
of lamb, with a selection of European and New
Thirsty shoppers, or those on the move, head to Benjys [map] for a great range of coffees and snacks. Located
at Earls Court Road, Benjys offers traditional all
day breakfasts including a vegetarian option. Plus
there’s a great light lunch menu including quiche
Find out what makes New Orleans so great with a visit
to The Big Easy [map],
Kings Road, Chelsea, which is where you’ll find
a range of Cajun cuisine to takeaway. The French-American
fusion of dishes offers diners the chance to sample some
spicy cuisine that mainly uses chicken, although vegetarian
alternatives are available. Meals are value for money
and come in big portions. This restaurant was also voted
one of the top three steak restaurants by London’s
Long before Thai restaurants could be found in every town
places like The Blue Elephant [map],
Fulham Broadway, led the way in introducing the public
to this exquisite cuisine. Visiting The Blue Elephant
is a real experience as you step into a warm environment
stocked with bundles of delicate orchids, fresh fruit,
exotic vegetables, and herbs and spices. If you’re
looking for tasty cuisine that still allows you to watch
your waste-band Thai food is a great alternative
to a greasy burger.
Tapas is increasingly popular and now you can take
it away at The Café Portugal [map],
Victoria House, South Lambert Road, which is just around
the corner from Waterloo Station. Choose from a wide selection
of Portuguese and Lisbon-specific cuisine including fish
dishes and vegetarian options. There’s also a good
selection of continental lager and beer as well as spirits
to choose from.
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