A number of restaurants serving a range of cuisines can be found in Hatch End, a part of Harrow that perhaps offers the most high-quality eateries in one location.
Indeed you can literally walk through Hatch End and be spoilt for choice with the vast array of places to eat, there is a wide variety of restaurants, cafes, dessert lounges and takeaways serving everything from authentic international cuisine to classic British food.
Here’s our list of five of the best below…
Sea Pebbles – Both locals and tourists like visiting this chippie located toward the end of the shops as you head towards Pinner on Uxbridge Road. The menu offers traditional fish and chips, which they are best known for, but also burgers and other options. Sea Pebbles is the ideal place to grab some of the best fish and chips you’ll find in Harrow.
Coriander – A restaurant in Hatch End that is a must-visit for everyone who enjoys Indian food. Indian cuisine is served in a number of ways at this restaurant, including dosas, idlis, and vadas. Both the cuisine and service are as good as it gets and the Tandoori king prawns are banging – all the meals are authentic and flavoursome. As their website states – “The founders of the Coriander bring over five decades of experience and passion in offering traditional menu classics, together with a subtle, contemporary twist.”
B&K Salt Beef Bar – A family-run business that serves a variety of hand-cured meats, salads, and sandwiches. They serve fresh food of the highest quality and the ideal place for a leisurely lunch – generous portion sizes too. They also have a branch in Edgware.
Social Dhaba – A modern Indian eatery that serves a variety of foods from all over the subcontinent. The meal is produced using fresh, high-quality ingredients and includes both meat and vegetarian options. To go with your meal, the restaurant also serves a variety of beverages and mocktails. The venue itself is also sizeable and perfect for parties, receptions and other events.
Casa Mia – Pizza, spaghetti, and antipasti are just a few of the traditional Italian foods available at this Italian restaurant. The place has a cosy, welcoming ambience, and the food is made using seasonal, fresh ingredients. Remember to spare space for dessert because both the panna cotta and tiramisu are delectable.
Notable mentions would have also have to go to Baskin Robbins, who although they are a chain, do the best milkshakes we’ve ever tried, and also Papu-Miya who do some of the most authentic pizzas you will find outside of Italy itself.
So to sum it up, Hatch End boasts a wide variety of excellent dining options catering for all tastes. There is something for everyone at Hatch End, whether you’re craving traditional Italian dining, real Indian food, handcrafted baked delights, or classic British pub food.
What’s your favourite restaurant in Hatch End? we know there’s many that didn’t make our list so be sure to let us know in the comments on our socials.