Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in Middlesex
Hardens guides have spent 15 years compiling reviews of the best Middlesex restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 26 restaurants in Middlesex and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Middlesex restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
Featured Middlesex Restaurants
. Skewd Kitchen
Turkish restaurant in Enfield
12 Cockfosters Parade - EN4
This “fun, friendly and welcoming Turk” at the northern end of the Piccadilly line in Cockfosters is reinventing the Anatolian grill ‘with attitude’. It’s a big hit with locals, who say “they’re always updating their menu with fantastic specials”.
. Pasta Remoli
Italian restaurant in
Unit 12, 10 Exhibition Way - HA9
From its Finsbury Park base (next to the Park Theatre), this “cheerful” group of “good neighbourhood pasta-stops” has expanded to Ealing this year, with a Wembley branch coming soon (there’s also an outlet in Westfield Stratford); all deliver “well-cooked”, affordable pasta.
restaurant in Harrow
57 Station Road - HA2
This long-running South Indian trio (with an outpost in Harrow) offers a “great selection of really tasty vegetarian and vegan dishes” that can accommodate specific diets such as ‘no onions’. They’re “cheap ’n’ cheerful but the food is so good” (“seriously, the breads, curries and their lentil pizza thingy is so delish!!!”).
. Bang Bang Oriental
Pan-Asian restaurant in Colindale
399 Edgware Road - NW9
“A recreation of a Singapore food court”, this vast space in Colindale has a “huge choice of different Oriental foods” – “everything from dim sum to Korean”. The main challenge is that “quality varies hugely” – “not everything is a hit but it’s never dull, kids love it, and it’s full of Asian families”. Top Tip – “the bao from mainland China are excellent”.
. Shake Shack
Burgers, etc restaurant in Wembley
Boxpark Wembley, Olympic Way - HA9
In less than 20 years, Danny Meyer has transformed his New York City hot-dog cart into a global fast-food brand giant with eight outlets in London – including a Covent Garden flagship that was revamped earlier this year. Ratings remain remarkably solid for “a chain that does what it’s supposed to do”.
. Soane's Kitchen
British, Modern restaurant in Ealing
Pitzhanger Manor, Walpole Park - W5
“A lovely room and outside garden area” – “great on a sunny day” – makes this “a brilliant addition to the west London scene”: the new café in the garden adjacent to Pitzhanger Manor (owned, in days past, by the renowned architect Sir John Soane). But while there’s a “good-value set menu” and an à la carte with something for everyone (“covering veggie/vegan/flexi/typical diets”), some dishes are “expensive and poor”.
Indian restaurant in Hatch End
330 Uxbridge Road - HA5
Stalwart Indian veggie in Wembley, which has developed over 35 years from a family fruit ’n’ veg stall to a full-fledged restaurant (with branches in Hounslow and Hatch End). There’s a “really good variety of cuisine, with Indo-Chinese on the side”, with “something to suit everyone… except carnivores”. Opinions differ on whether the buffet option or main menu is the best way to go: either way it’s cheap as chips.
. Five Guys
Burgers, etc restaurant in Uxbridge
163 High Street - UB8
“When all you want is an old-school burger”, these US-based arrivals of recent years really “hit the spot” – you can “build your own”, with “tons of accessories”; plus “seriously addictive fries”, “thick milkshakes”, and “more soda flavours than is reasonable”. “The eat-in experience is as depressing as McDonald’s”, though, in fact perhaps more so – “some branches have a strangely gloomy ambience” – but fans feel that “if you don’t mind 1980s-rock, a trip can still be surprisingly fun”.
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