177 "Quick Eats" restaurants in London.
Banh Mi Town is a little spot in Fitzrovia making hefty pork-filled and very good value banh mis.
Auntie Banh Mi is a Laotian banh mi pop-up making some London’s best and most fiery banh mi.
Balady is a classic Israeli restaurant in Temple Fortune specialising in delicious sabich, legendary falafel and pita to stock your freezer with.
Dim Sum & Duck makes second-to-none handmade dumplings, glistening roasted meats, and will become your new go-to from your very first bite.
Micky’s is a chippy in Dalston that you can rely on. The fish is freshly cooked and they’re always happy to put absolutely anything in a bun for you.
Umut 2000 is a classic ocakbasi restaurant just off of the Kingsland Road. Come for the grilled meat and lamb ribs. Stay for the excellent staff.
If you live in Tooting then this Caribbean bakery should be on your radar for their affordable loaves and great patties.
Mangal Pide in Dalston is a tiny lahmacun and pide shop perfect for a quick and freshly made snack.
From the people behind Bao, this little King’s Cross café is perfect for a grab-and-go situation or a light bite.
Perkyn’s is a cool and casual bottle shop in Tottenham with great lunch offerings.
A little wine and cheese stall in Tottenham’s Holcombe Market, Wine and Rind serve our favourite toasties in town.
Fen Noodles is a hand-pulled noodle spot in Spitalfields making some of the chewiest, bounciest, and most downright delicious noodles in London.
The Happening Bagel Bakery is a Finsbury Park institution as good for a late-night smoked salmon bagel as it is for a morning eclair.
Tomi’s is a West African spot near Hackney Central serving moreish plates of jollof rice, efo-riro, and more.
An unassuming, cash-only Bangladeshi spot on Bethnal Green Road, Indian Masala makes delicious homemade curries, bhajis, and more.