Top Restaurants in Battersea
Not only is Battersea sat by the water, perfect for a midday stroll and a must-try for those summer evening pints, its dining scene is one of London's most underrated. From the plush new locations housed in the renovated Power Station to the independent stops hidden down charming, tree-lined roads, check out our recommendations for the best restaurants in Battersea.
Modelled on an old school, The Schoolhouse is a great place to go for everything from breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Battersea restaurant has dishes such as steak quesadilla and luxury fish pie - bad school dinners are nothing to worry about here! So grab your lunch tray and start choosing your favourite dishes.
For a great Battersea gastropub, The Lighthouse leads the way. The pub has a beautiful interior which includes bare-brick walls and whitewashed decking, as well as a brilliant outside terrace, while the food is all about home comforts, think fish and chips and hearty Sunday roasts.
Cutesy, comfy and homely, The Duke of Cambridge is exactly the kind of Battersea pub you need for comfort eating. Try one of their delicious ribeye steaks, a buttermilk chicken burger or chicken, ham-hock and leek pie, or go straight for one of the gloriously decadent desserts.
Head over to Battersea Square where Gordon Ramsay's London House offers a stunning selection of British and European-inspired eats to suit every palate. From juicy steaks and fresh salads, to a mouthwatering selection of classic pub eats, it's one of the top spots for gastro grub in South London.
When it comes to restaurants in Battersea, Vagabond should be on your list. Boasting a menu filled with veggie, meat and fish dishes, as well as over 100 wines available by the glass, there's really something for everyone here.
The Breakfast Club is one of Battersea's most unique places to eat, bringing their quirky style of all day breakfast south of the river. Head to the restaurant - a cross between a launderette and a 50s kitchen - for dishes such as bacon butties and all American breakfasts.
Battersea restaurant Nutbourne (the third from the Gladwin brothers, with Chelsea's Rabbit under their wing) offers up some of the finest food in the south west, from Suffolk quinoa and chia porridge to locally sourced meats and wholesome salads, all in a casual setting, with both indoor and outdoor dining.fsu
One of the best Indian restaurants in Battersea, this gorgeous dining room is a must-visit for those looking for mouthwatering meals and classy cocktails. Located in the heart of the Power Station, Cinnamon Kitchen is a place for decadent date nights and bougie weekend brunching thanks to its quality eats and sleek interior design.
Suburb SW11 is a casual local that has everything you need for an evening of drinking and dining in Battersea. From their legendary happy hour to their great bites which include burgers, steaks and fondue, this is a perfect place to go with friends.
For a taste of Provence in Battersea, head to Humble Grape, a French wine bar and restaurant. As well as hundreds of bottles to pair with your dinner, the restaurant serves up a variety of platters, great for sharing, or if you want something more substantial try the confit duck.
Looking for places to eat in Battersea? If you're a fiend for all-day brunching, posh kebabs and sharing plates, then Megan's should be on your radar. Head to the power station for everything from prosecco-fuelled lunches to mouthwatering dinners.
Serving delicious Thai street food against the picturesque backdrop of Battersea Rise, Pho is a must-visit for any lover of Asian cuisine. Whether you're in the mood for a healthy salad, hearty bowl of noodles, or aromatic curry, they've got you covered.