East London has one of the UK’s most diverse and vibrant restaurant scenes, with takeaways all across the East offering so many exotic dishes and homegrown classics that it’s hard to know what to choose. But fear no more, as our top takeaways guide to East London’s best takeaways is sure to serve up the odd tasty treat or two!
Heading up our list of East London’s finest takeaways the BBQ Express on Wanstead High Street have won over our customers with their specialist range of succulent Peri Peri chicken dishes. However the BBQ Express also bring a little twist to the table with a succulent range of oriental and American inspired meals such asthe ingenious chicken tikka burger, which we think might just be one of the best culinary inventions we’ve ever tasted!
66 High Street Wanstead, Wanstead London E11 2RJ
According to the Adiva’s loyal band of customers, this takeaway serves up some of the best hot and cold mezze platters in London. But we’d also recommend that you make some room the Advia’s delicious range of chargrilled dishes including the mixed grill platter and the lahme meshwi, which is a delightful mix of tenderly marinated grilled lamb skewers served with fresh salad and rice.
43a Commercial Street, Tower Hamlets London E1 6BD
The Lemon Grass Kitchen might just become your one stop shop for everything delicious from South East Asia and the Far East. With authentic dishes from various Chinese regions, Thailand and Japan you’d be hard pressed not to find something tasty on their extensive menu. But if you’re overwhelmed by the choice on offer then we’d recommend starting with the sweet and sour with battered beef. The Lemon Grass Kitchen is a true East London classic, so accept NO imitations!
185 Marsh Wall, Tower Hamlets London E14 9SH
These guys cook up some of London’s best charcoal chicken dishes, so it’s no surprise that hungryhouse customers have fallen in love with Pepe’s Piri Piri, but oh boy do these guys know chicken! From chicken steak burgers to fried chicken strips, from giant spicy fillet burgers to grilled chicken and spicy kidney bean wraps, it seems like Pepe’s have got every kind of chicken meal under the sun!
Nick Andrews from Burger Me! sampled the Giant Spicy Chicken Burger from Pepe’s and was bowled over by the use of piri piri sauce;
This burger really turns up the heat – the fruity, spicy peri peri merges with the battered chicken fillet and the sticky american cheese really nicely, and the mayo and lettuce keep the burger balanced. It’s a jolly good effort from a fast food chain.
82-84 Brick Lane, Spitalfields London E1 6RL
Finding quality Pad Thai in London is no mean feat, with plenty of restaurants claiming to serve up a truly delicious Pad, but only the Noodle Street on Pennyfields can really claim the Pad Thai crown, with legions of customers consistently rating their Pad Thai as one of best Pad Thais they’ve ever tasted outside of Thailand. Better yet, the rest of their menu is just as delicious, with their beef in black bean sauce also being a direct hit with loyal fans.
17 Pennyfields, Poplar London E14 8HP
This is just a snapshot of East London’s top takeaways, and there are plenty of other takeaways from many other cuisines availiable. To find out which Top Takeaways deliver to you just punch in your postcode and you’re away.
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