For restaurants, you should walk to Shepherds Bush Common and Uxbridge road which is less than 15 minutes away, where you have an eclectic range of cuisine and something for everyone if you are making an evening or meal out of it. The options along here include Jamie’s Italian and Nando’s which are well known restaurants and perfect for those with kids, Esarn Kheaw which is a Thai restaurant which is a favorite as well as Syrian and Caribbean options as well. For fussy eaters, Jamie’s Italian offers a wider choice and more traditional British food while Nando’s is a popular favorite because it is more reasonably priced and affordable.
These are all easy to get to and there are also takeaway food shops along the way for a quick and easy bite if that is what you are looking for and you will definitely be spoilt for choice. One thing to note is that pre-booking is recommended, especially on match days (and at Jamie’s Italian) because they book up quickly and can lead to long queues.
Loftus Road is located in trendy Shepard’s Bush with ample dining options available on a match day. Nearby Uxbridge Road offers up all kinds of restaurants with options ranging from Nandos to a more traditional fare at The Queen Adelaide. The cosmopolitan and diverse nature of Shepard’s Bush means that on Uxbridge Road there is cuisine ranging from Chinese to Lebanese, something for everyone. Fans can always find something to eat at London’s Westfield shopping center which has over 60 different food outlets inside!
You’re only 5 miles from the middle of London, so my recommendation is to hop on the underground and then take a wander through the city. There’s cuisine from across the world and every price range you could ask for, so you definitely won’t be stuck for choice. Plus, you get the unique experience of dining in one of the world’s most fashionable and iconic cities; trust me, it’s the best dinner option.
Please login first to submit.