157 "Takeaway" restaurants in London.
Dim Sum & Duck makes second-to-none handmade dumplings, glistening roasted meats, and will become your new go-to from your very first bite.
Sidechick in Marylebone specialises in juicy, crispy, roast chicken. And it’s some of the best we’ve ever eaten.
An unfussy Pakistani restaurant serving superb tikka, homemade samosas, curries, and more - Shalamar should be your go-to in Whitechapel.
Calling all Waterloo commuters and office folk. Lower Marsh Market is packed full of delicious grab-and-go options for your lunchtime needs.
Looking for lunch, a sugar high, or a top caffeine fix in Waterloo? This family-owned café has got you covered.
The original locaiton of Pizza Pilgrims is still a reliable no-brainer for solid, good value, Neapolitan-style pizza.
For a sandwiches around Clerkenwell, Bodega Rita’s is a spot. You’ve got subs, tacos, and all-in-all a truly sublime lunch go-to.
The Best Broasted is a casual Syrian spot in Willesden Green whose crunchy made-to-order chicken broasted is a must order.
Mamasons is a Filipino ice cream spot famous for its ice cream sandwiches that are very much worth the queue.
Homies On Donkeys is a cupboard-sized taqueria in Walthamstow Market making some of London’s best tacos.
Dumpling Shack is best known for it’s sheng jian bao soup dumplings and, once you try them, you’ll realise why - just don’t skip their chilli oil.
Numara Bos Cirrik II is a reliably delicious old school Turkish ocakbasi restaurant that’s the sibling to Cirrik in Dalston.
Brighton Smokehouse’s crab sandwich is one of Brighton’s must-eat meals.
Brighton is packed full of fish and chip spots, but old school chippie Bardsley’s is our favourite.
Looking for proper artisan ice cream in Brighton? Brass Monkey has got your back.