95 "Takeaway" restaurants in London.
Roti Joupa is a tiny Trinidadian spot in Clapham making delicious food at low prices.
Kurumaya is a tiny restaurant near Smithfield, with small prices, big bowls of katsu curry, and some decent sushi.
Fink's Gillespie in a small green coffee spot with a handful of seats near Arsenal tube station.
A pastel-coloured retro deli, Lina Stores in King’s Cross serves great handmade pasta to eat-in - or to-go from their deli counter.
Baban’s Naan is a tiny takeaway naan spot that serves delicious, made-to-order, fresh naan for just a few quid, or even less.
Atis is a build-your-own salad place in Shoreditch with a lot of options, but also some very good ideas about what makes a tasty, satisfying lunch.
Mayfair 1 is a tiny hole-in-the-wall spot making fresh falafel, halloumi, chicken, and lamb wraps.
Neden Urfa is an unassuming kebab shop in Clapton making delicious kebabs with bread freshly made in front of you.
Snackbar is a café and workspace on Dalston Lane that serves a range of unusual and excellent Asian-inspired breakfast, lunch, and brunch plates.
Ararat Bread is a tiny bakery on Ridley Road that makes delicious meat or cheese topped naan flatbreads for a couple of quid or less.
Mao Chow is a cupboard-sized spot by London Fields making very tasty all-vegan Chinese food.
Lemongrass is a family-run Cambodian restaurant serving delicious and freshly cooked food. Make sure you try the fish amok.
The Compton Arms is a little pub in Islington serving some tasty small plates and one of the best burgers in town.
Bao Borough is the third outpost of London’s most famous Taiwanese restaurant. The buns are still good, but the smaller plates are even better.
Eat of Eden is a vegan spot at Brixton Village with a large patio area and even bigger combo platters.