You may be forgiven for thinking of Battersea as that in between nowhere area with the only famous landmarks being 'Battersea Power Station' and 'Battersea Dogs Home'. Due to being the site for the graves of Plague victims many centuries ago, the Victorians gave the Battersea area a wide birth when building the underground. This has left the area a tad difficult to reach, but those living there don't mind, they get to keep all those great pubs & restaurants around Battersea to themselves!
The Gaslight Grill @ The Lost Angel
Battersea / Restaurant / Cuisine: British
Battersea Park Road - Enclosed with The Lost Angel bar and boozer, this is a real neighborhood joint. One of those places where you can come during the week for a bite to eat with the other half, then at the weekend descend on with a group of friends for live music and DJ fun. It's a real chameleon, cocktail masterclasses, fine dinning, real ale along side award winning cocktails, comedy nights, film nights, and the good old pub quiz.
Battersea / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: French
Gazette is an authentic brasserie in the style of local French village cafés. With true hospitality one can find at anytime during the day something to suit the occasion: an early breakfast, a comfortable chill out with a glass of wine in the lounge, a business lunch or a romantic night out. It offers a pleasant atmosphere of well-being. Book a table at this Battersea restaurant.
Battersea / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Bar
Nine Elms Lane - The Battersea Barge is slightly off the beaten track, but well worth making the effort. You soon get used to the rocking of the boat and with spectacular views, camp velvet sofas and a buzzing crowd, this is an intimate and exciting venue which makes for a very memorable night out.
The Draft House Westbridge
Battersea / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Meat
Battersea Bridge Road - Matilda Pub, Diner & Party Rooms is really light and airy with well-spaced mismatched wooden tables and chairs and sofas, there?s little clutter in this white room with the main focus being the bar and the open kitchen. There?s also a restaurant out back should you want something a bit more formal.
Le QuecumBar & Brasserie
Battersea / Bar / Restaurant / Club / Cuisine: Brasserie
Battersea High Street - The inspiration for the QuecumBar comes from the Django Reinhardt Gypsy Jazz Festival. In fact, it's the only venue in London to promote this genre of music.
Antipasto & Pasta
Wandsworth / Restaurant /
The best thing about this unassuming Italian is that it's 50% off ALL food every Thursday, Sunday and Monday. You'd struggle to spend £20 for the whole kit (three courses) and caboodle (plus a bottle of wine).
Battersea / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Spanish