Battersea Park Road, High Street & Village SW11 Restaurants

Restaurants in Battersea Park Road, Battersea High Street and Battersea Village SW11


Gordon Ramsay’s London House
7-9 Battersea Square, SW11 3RA T: 020 7592 8545
This new-ish venture from the sweary chef has had excellent reviews. The focus is on modern British and the dinner menu seems to be well priced at £40 per head for three courses (or £28 lunch). The downside – you’ll need to book well in advance for dinner at weekends.

Unit 29,Ransome’s Dock, 35-37 Parkgate Road, Battersea, SW11 4NP, T: (020) 7350 0555
We had a slightly strange experience here involving an exploding candle – don’t ask! Aside from that we really liked the décor and atmosphere. The food was a bit mixed on our visit – some good, some lacking flavour but we’re willing to give it another go.


Little House Restaurant (Chinese)
545, Battersea Park Rd, London, SW11 3BL, T: 020 7738 0712
Chinese take-away.

New City Chinese Restaurant (Chinese)
183-185, Battersea Park Rd, London, SW11 4LB, T: 020 7720 9928


Riverside Plaza, Chatfield Road, Battersea SW11 3SE, T: 020 7223 0999
Perhaps more Wandsworth than Battersea. A rustic French, neighbourhood brasserie with a branch in Balham.


Battersea Rickshaw
15 Battersea Square, London SW11 3RA, T: 020 7924 2450
Contemporary, relaxed décor and friendly service. Not the best Indian in town though.


Le QuecumBar & Brasserie
42 Battersea High Street, SW11 3HX, T: 020 7787 2227
1930s Parisian-style live music bar/brasserie specialising in gypsy swing music with a small, pretty patio at the back. Free entry before 8pm on many nights.

The Lost Angel
339 Battersea Park Road, SW11 4LS, T: 020 7622 2112
A quirky, late bar with restaurant (The Gaslight Grill) and a pretty, year-round garden. Regular DJs; open until 2am Fridays and Saturdays.

The Magic Garden
231 Battersea Park Road, SW11 4LG, T:020 7622 4844
The Magic Garden doesn’t look much from the outside but its big selling point is the large beer garden, complete with tipi tent, fairy lights and comfy seating and throws. It’s an independent music pub which serves food and, depending on the band, there’s a door charge, usually between £5-£7 although most week nights it’s free – check website.