Restaurants in London Park Royal

Restaurants in London Park Royal

Once you have collected your car hire from London Park Royal. You may feel peckish and wish to stop off in the local area for a bite to eat. If you drive your low cost car hire UK along North Circular Road heading towards Western Ave and the Park Royal Underground Station.

You will find an Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant called the L’Orient which can be found on Hanger Green Road. The restaurant is a few minutes walk from the underground station of Park Royal and offers street parking. The restaurant is opened each day Monday to Saturday for lunch from noon until three in the afternoon. Reopens in the evening from six until half past eleven. There is an all day buffet on a Sunday from noon until 2300.

The outside of the restaurant has wood mahogany panelling with four drop down silver lights and several miniature trees on the pavement in front of the windows. There is a bill board and menus on the window for anyone wishing to have a look before they enter L’Orient. Major credit cards are accepted at this restaurant. Children are welcome and there are disabled facilities available at the L’Orient.

Staying in Hanger Green, London around from the Park Royal metro you will find Paolo’s Italian restaurant. The restaurant can be spotted by the colourful green canopy with the restaurants name in white lettering. The wood panelling is white with large floor to ceiling windows overlooking the street where you can park your hired car directly outside Paolo’s. There are several miniature green trees outside the front door which direct you inside the restaurant and a couple of benches outside. The family run restaurant offers inexpensive good value food which has something for everyone including families.

If you prefer Portuguese food then head over to Nando’s Chickenland which is situated on Kendal Avenue close to the Park Royal tube. Set away from the street Nando’s has its own car park with plenty of spaces. There are various dishes to please most tastes including vegetarians, peri peri chicken, various marinated chicken dishes and lots of deserts.

The Dragon King is located in Kendal Avenue in London area of Park Royal. The restaurant is a one level building on its own with familiar Chinese writing and decorations on the outside. There is a car park directly opposite the restaurant. There is a buffet style menu which costs around six pounds and is opened in the evenings and lunch if you wish to treat yourself to an inexpensive meal during the week.

There are many more restaurants in the area. This is just a sample of a few to give you a local guide.

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