Restaurants in Battersea
Battersea is no longer the overlooked region it once was. The tube is coming, house prices are rising and the power station is being turned into some seriously hot property. So it makes sense that this South London area would also have a brilliant dining scene with restaurants springing up left, right and centre. Read on for our guide to the best restaurants in Battersea.
Last updated on 25th August 2016
As well as being an award-winning cocktail bar, Three Six Six is also one of Battersea's best restaurants. The beautifully decorated venue has an outdoor terrace and head chef Caso Manolo whips up delicious Spanish-style tapas and paellas. All that's left is to order one of their brilliant cocktails to help you wash it down.
For a great Battersea gastropub, The Lighter 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.
Inspired by Lewis Caroll's The Walrus And The Carpenter, The Walrus Room is a vintage hidey-hole of extravagant cocktails and delicious food. This Battersea restaurant is great for meeting a date, grab one of their charcuterie and cheese boards, or a plate of oysters.
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.
Suburb SW11 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 and fondue, this is a perfect place to go with friends.
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.
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.
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.
Thought you knew kebabs? Well Baba-Boom is here to show you that you don't. From kebabs for breakfast to feast platters of hummus, sweet potato tahini and broad bean falafels, the Battersea restaurant is a brilliant place to try London's latest food craze.