Residents of Harrow have spoken out about their favourite restaurants in the area, providing a diverse range of local options for anyone looking to find a good meal in the borough.
In a recent post conducted by the Harrow Online Residents Group on Facebook, members enthusiastically shared their recommendations, highlighting some hidden gems and well-known establishments.
Kebab Land, situated opposite Harrow Bus Station, received a special mention from Olga Brooks, certainly a well-known go-to spot for a quick and delicious meal.
Bhavin Patel highly recommended Blue Ginger for its delightful food, while Sarah Pollard, a top fan of the group, praised Izgara and The Steak Restaurant as fantastic dining options in Harrow.
Gerilda Geri and Gerard Kennedy listed Remos Village, Cannons Tandoori, Skipjacks, and Belmont Bay among their favourites, showcasing the diverse range of dining options available in Harrow.
Sharon Patel expressed her fondness for Secrets of Mari Masala on Pinner Road, while Gulzar Mohamed raved about Aysu Restaurant, a super Turkish dining spot.
Angelic Demon shared their love for Parklife Cafe by Boxtree Park, a charming cafe known for its fresh homemade dishes catering to all dietary needs.
Other notable recommendations from residents included Melissa Harrow, Queensbury Charcoal Grill, Ahimsa in Pinner, Chennai Srilalitha, Curry Mahal in South Harrow, Melissa and Lokma Meze Grill, Shoeba in Wealdstone, and Sams Chicken.
Skipjacks received multiple mentions, with Ray Bolasco praising the friendly staff and delicious food. Sea Pebbles and Jaflong were also commended for their outstanding fish and chips and Indian cuisine, respectively.
Residents also recommended Sorrentina, Barracuda at the Quadrant, Siobhan, Curry Mahal, Coriander in Hatch End, The Regency Club, Sapphire House Restaurant Harrow, Casa Mia in Hatch End and The Blue Room Sports Venue, showcasing the wide variety of cuisines and dining experiences available in Harrow.
Bombay Central received multiple mentions as one of the best that Harrow Weald has to offer whilst Mexica Chinese in Rickmansworth was also noted by several members for those wishing to travel a little further than Harrow.
These recommendations from passionate residents demonstrate the rich culinary landscape in Harrow, offering an array of options to suit every taste and preference. Whether it’s kebabs, Turkish cuisine, Indian delicacies, or traditional fish and chips, Harrow has a vibrant dining scene that continues to captivate its residents and visitors alike.