Top Takeaways in North London

North London has something for everybody when it comes to delicious takeaway fare. If you’re a particular fan of Indian cuisine you’ll find yourself with ample choice in this part of the city as some of the UK’s best Indian restaurants can be found North of the city centre. Don’t worry though, many other tasty cuisines made it into the Top Takeaways too so you’re sure to find what you’re craving, from burgers to sushi to peking duck . Here are only a few of the most outstanding takeaways in North London – and if there’s nothing here that excites you, enter in your postcode and view all the local takeaways that are selected for the Top Takeaways Awards this year.

top takeaways in north london


Thai Neung

Here’s a Thai restaurant to mix it up a bit. With customers commenting on the deliciousness of the Pad Thai and Baitaey crêpes in particular. You can’t help but be amused and intrigued by some of the names such as one angry fish and sexy fish in the garden. Whether you’re a hot and spicy fan or prefer your meals mild and less likely to knock your socks off you know you’ll find a dish which caters perfectly to your needs.
82 High Street, Hornsey London N8 7NU

Flame Kebab

If you’re in Barnet try out Flame Kebab which, due to its 4.5 stars and exceptionally high customer return rate, is definitely worth a visit! Are you craving a top notch kebab, but can’t decide between tender lamb and juicy chicken? Well today’s your lucky day as you can order a combination kebab! Chicken shish and lamb shish? Chicken donner and lamb shish? Create your dream team kebab just the way you like it. If you rather get a sharable dish, customers rave about the Nachos supreme with chilli con carne. It certainly won’t leave much room for dessert.
24 Queens Parade, Barnet, London, N11 3DA


With so many Indian takeaways in the Top Takeaway list, it shows just how much we love tha e spicy, flavoursome curry. Chad is a well deserving Indian takeaway restaurant with the sheer number of interesting choices available, all made with the highest quality ingredients available. If you’re in the mood to go for something new then opt for their shakooti chicken with roasted coconut, mustard seeds, black pepper, red chilli and ginger. If that’s too adventurous, Chad cooks up some of the tastiest traditional dishes such as kormas, jalfrezis and bhunas.
102 Murray Grove, Hackney, London, N1 7QP

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Cha Char

Fans of Chinese and Cantonese cuisine haven’t been forgotten either. Cha Char has everything you could imagine including tons of delicious starting platters, perfect to tease your taste buds for what’s coming next. The ‘Cha Char starting platter’ delights palates with crispy seaweed, BBQ spare ribs, sesame prawn on toast, spring rolls and chicken satay skewers. Phew, are you sure it’s just a starter? They even offer veggie versions of meat dishes such as vegetarian duck and vegetarian prawns. And if you are keen on Chinese tonight, check out the best Chinese takeaway restaurants in North London.
650 High Road, North Finchley, London, N12 0NL

Everest Spice

Also highly-recommended in North London is Everest Spice in Holloway. First-timers to this curry house shouldn’t miss out on trying the Goan salmon and the lamb samosas, which are both customer favourites by a mile. With a vast array of Indian and Nepalese dishes on display it’s easy to see why Everest Spice made it as a Top Takeaway. Opt for the traditional South Asian dessert, gulab jamun, dumplings flavoured with sugar syrup and rosewater if you want a truly authentic experience.
53 Hornsey Road, Holloway, London, N7 6DG

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