Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in London Battersea
Hardens guides have spent 29 years compiling reviews of the best Battersea restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 60 restaurants in Battersea and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Battersea restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
Featured Battersea Restaurants
. Augustine Kitchen
French restaurant in Battersea
63 Battersea Bridge Rd - SW11
This “great local French bistro” offers “well priced and very well executed” dishes, based on the cuisine of Evian on the shore of Lake Geneva. It’s “easily missed in its location” just south of Battersea Bridge.
. Chokhi Dhani London
Indian restaurant in Battersea
Unit 2, 2 Riverlight Quay, Nine Elms Lane - SW11
In the “desert” of Vauxhall’s riverside developments, this year-old offshoot of one of India’s best-known luxury restaurant groups occupies the smartly furnished ground floor of one of the new blocks, and specialises in Rajasthani cuisine. Feedback is still relatively limited, but such as there is says it’s been an “excellent arrival”.
. Santa Maria del Sur
Argentinian restaurant in Battersea
129 Queenstown Rd - SW8
Since 2006, this out-of-the-way Argentinian has won a strong Battersea following, particularly with its selection of succulent steaks (flown in from Latin America) and “lovely” staff. If you have veggie friends, don’t despair: they do now have the odd vegan option.
. Pizza Metro
Italian restaurant in Battersea
64 Battersea Rise - SW11
“A long-time favourite”, “always full of chatter and laughter”, this Battersea pizzeria was the first in town to serve by the metre (or round, if you prefer) in 1993. “Both pizzazz and pizza that are long and good”.
. Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
Indian restaurant in Battersea
4 Arches Lane - SW11
“Bright, interesting flavours” from an evolved menu that’s “delicately prepared” win a thumbs up for Vivek Singh’s “well-appointed” duo of modern Indians. The original, inside a large atrium within a City development, benefits from a big ‘outside’ terrace; its year-old sibling occupies a railway arch within the new Battersea Power Station development.
Pizza restaurant in Battersea
2 Archers Lane, Battersea Power Station - SW11
Still relatively undiscovered by reporters, London’s branch of this trendy Copenhagen pizza-stop occupies a moodily and slightly weirdly decorated arch at Battersea Power Station’s Circus West Village, complete with tables hewn from big lumps of tree, spaceship lights and candles. On the few reports we received, it’s worth a whirl, especially for one of its buffet brunch deals.
. Macellaio RC
Steaks & grills restaurant in Battersea
124 Northcote Rd - SW11
“Quality Italian beefsteaks” – most notably from the Piedmontese Fassone breed – are showcased in style at Genovese owner, Roberto Costa’s, “unique” steakhouse group, where at each branch you “enter through the butcher’s shop” and “you can tell the staff which cut you want”. “The well-hung rump steak is absolutely delicious” and “a great selection of Italian wines” helps make it the perfect place to kill off an evening.
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