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Your foodie guide to the very best Ealing restaurants

I’ll admit it – when I first set foot in Ealing, I wasn’t expecting much. Just another leafy suburb, right? A peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of central London. But then, I experienced a culinary awakening that shattered my expectations.

It wasn’t just one dish or one restaurant. It was the sheer variety and quality of the food scene that blew me away. Now, I’m hooked. This self-proclaimed “Queen of the suburbs” had me at hello (and dinner). 

But I don’t want to be the only one hooked on this. That’s why I’m here to spill all the deets on the best restaurants in Ealing, so you too can experience a foodie awakening that stole my heart and stomach.

Santa Maria

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Location: 11 Bond St, London W5 5AP, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 8840 4998

Operating hours:

  • Sunday to Thursday – 11:30 AM to 10:00 PM
  • Friday to Saturday – 11:30 AM 10:30 PM

Pricing: £


Santa Maria Pizzeria is a Neapolitan dream come true, thanks to founders Angelo and Pasquale’s dedication to authenticity. From the moment you set foot inside, the aroma of wood-fired pizzas and the sight of chefs tossing dough transport you straight to the heart of Naples. 

They’re serious about pizza here, using Caputo flour, hand-crushed tomatoes, and precisely cut mozzarella. The Sant’Anna pizza, with its harmonious blend of cotto ham, artichokes, black olives, and parmesan, is a must-try and an absolute steal at just £9.95!

By the way, while the service may be brisk, it’s all part of the charming “tipico napoletano” experience, adding a touch of Italian flair to your meal. 

Roti Kitchen

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Location: 6 Leeland Rd, London W13 9HH, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 8567 8899

Operating hours:

  • Tuesday to Thursday – 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM
  • Friday to Saturday – 12:00 PM 10:00 PM
  • Sunday – 2:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Pricing: £


As the name suggests, their roti is legendary. Soft, pillowy flatbread filled with curried goodness – it’s like a warm hug for your soul.

While roti reigns supreme, their menu is a treasure trove of Caribbean delights. From savoury stews to fiery curries, there’s something to satisfy every craving. Don’t miss their doubles – a popular Trinidadian street food!

Feeling adventurous? Ask for extra hot sauce (but be warned, it packs a punch!). Or try their homemade ginger beer for a refreshing kick.

Noi’s Thai Kitchen

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Location: Ryan’s, Duffys Bar, Northfield Ave, London W5 4UB, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 7596 533587

Operating hours:

  • Tuesday to Thursday – 12:00 PM to 9:30 PM

Pricing: £


Tucked away inside Ryan’s Bar, Noi’s Thai Kitchen is a hidden treasure in Ealing that locals can’t get enough of. This charming eatery, the brainchild of passionate cook Noi, has quickly become a beloved local hotspot for both casual gatherings and intimate date nights. 

While the entire menu is a testament to Noi’s culinary skills, the Panang Red Curry and Som Tum Salad stand out as must-try dishes, celebrated for their authentic flavours and harmonious blend of spices.

But the magic of Noi’s doesn’t end at the restaurant’s doors, you can also bring the taste of Thailand home with their convenient delivery and takeaway options through Deliveroo and UberEats. 

Pho Saigon

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Location: 41 Bond St, London W5 5AS, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 3659 8143

Operating hours:

  • Tuesday to Saturday – 12:00 PM to 10:30 PM
  • Sunday – 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Pricing: £


Pho Saigon isn’t your average pho joint. Their menu boasts an exquisite array of authentic Vietnamese dishes crafted with fresh, high-quality ingredients that burst with flavour.

Their namesake dish, pho, is a must-try. Whether you prefer the classic beef pho or the flavorful chicken version, you’ll be slurping up every last drop of the fragrant broth.

And if you’re in the mood for something to drink, why not grab a Saigon or Hanoi beer to complement your meal? Their drinks are crafted with Vietnamese flavours and a twist of creativity.

Da Moreno

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Location: 190 Northfield Ave, London W13 9SJ, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 8579 8905

Operating hours:

  • Tuesday to Sunday – 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Pricing: £


Da Moreno has captured the hearts (and taste buds) of Ealing locals with its artisan wood-burning oven, reaching a scorching 500°C and turning out perfectly charred pizzas in under a minute. 

But the magic doesn’t stop there: their slow-risen, 48-hour dough creates an airy, flavourful base that’s simply irresistible. If you’re looking for recommendations, the fiery Diavola, topped with spicy nduja and sweet red onions, is a must-try if you like a bit of a kick. 

Just keep in mind that this place is a popular spot, so be prepared for a wait (or order ahead for takeout). Trust us, it’s worth it!


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Location: 153-155, Maxim Chinese Restaurant, 157b Northfield Ave, London W13 9QT, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 8567 1719

Operating hours:

  • Monday to Sunday – 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Pricing: £


Affectionately dubbed “Mrs Chow’s” by locals, Maxim is an institution that has been delighting diners with its authentic Peking cuisine since 1974. This family-run establishment boasts a warm, inviting atmosphere with a touch of nostalgic charm, making it the perfect setting to enjoy their legendary Peking duck. 

The crispy skin and succulent meat of this iconic dish are a testament to the chef’s mastery, while their tender and flavorful spare ribs are another crowd-pleasing speciality. 

Farm W5

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Location: 19 The Grn, London W5 5DA, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 8566 1965

Operating hours:

  • Monday to Saturday – 9:00 PM to 7:00 PM
  • Sunday – 9:00 AM 6:00 PM

Pricing: £


Going inside Farm W5 is like taking a delightful trip back in time to a charming 1950s deli, complete with whitewashed brick walls and shelves overflowing with organic treasures. But don’t let the vintage ambience fool you – this gem is a haven for contemporary flavours and wholesome, healthy fare. 

You can start your day with their delectable organic eggs paired with avocado and feta salad, or opt for a mezze box brimming with falafel, tabbouleh, and stuffed vine leaves. If you have a sweet tooth, we recommend their homemade chocolate brownies papaya juice with goji berries. 

Tonkotsu Ealing

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Location: 14 New Broadway, London W5 2XA, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 8810 1414

Operating hours:

  • Monday to Sunday – 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Pricing: £


Tonkotsu Ealing is all about making everything from scratch. A bowl of their signature Tonkotsu ramen with its hearty pork broth is a must-try for any ramen enthusiast, while the Teriyaki Pulled Pork Ramen has quickly become a fan favourite. 

And don’t forget the delectable sides like gyoza and katsu curries, all crafted with the same dedication to fresh ingredients and authentic flavours. To top it all off, we highly recommend trying their selection of sake, cocktails, and craft beers to complement your meal perfectly. 

Patri of Northfields

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Location: 139 Northfield Ave, London W13 9QT, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 8741 4566

Operating hours:

  • Tuesday to Thursday & Sunday – 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM
  • Friday to Saturday – 6:00 PM to 10:30 PM

Pricing: ££


Patri of Northfields is where flavours intertwine and every bite tells a story. True to its name (“Patri” means “pavement”), the restaurant captures the essence of street-side food and railway snacks by bringing the authentic taste of India to Ealing. 

The menu is a delightful fusion of Indian, Afghani, and Pakistani cuisines. Don’t miss their signature dishes, like the Murgh Makhani (Butter Chicken) or the flavorful Dal Makhani, a lentil delight that will leave you craving more.

The Red Lion

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Location: 13 St Mary’s Rd, London W5 5RA, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 8567 2541

Operating hours:

  • Monday – 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM
  • Tuesday to Wednesday – 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM
  • Thursday – 12:00 PM to 11:30 PM
  • Friday to Saturday- 12:00 PM to 12:30 AM
  • Sunday – 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Pricing: ££


The Red Lion, affectionately known as “Stage Six” due to its proximity to Ealing Studios and its history as a hangout for film stars in the 1950s, is a living piece of Ealing’s history. 

The walls, adorned with portraits and film stills, whisper tales of a bygone era while you enjoy classic British pub fare or explore more exotic dishes like the mouthwatering aubergine parmigiana, flavourful caponata, or hearty meatballs with ’nduja and ricotta. 

Under the management of the experienced team from The Andover Arms, The Red Lion has become a beloved community hub. They’ve reintroduced traditional pub favourites and a regular BBQ too!


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Location: The Castelbar, 78 Uxbridge Rd, London W13 8RA, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 3490 3463

Operating hours:

  • Monday to Saturday – 12:00 PM to 12:00 AM
  • Sunday – 9:00 AM to 9:30 PM

Pricing: ££


Molana’s menu boasts an exquisite array of traditional Persian dishes that’ll make you feel like you’re in Tehran.

Their kebabs are legendary, featuring succulent meats marinated in aromatic spices and grilled to perfection. Whether you prefer lamb, chicken, or fish, you’re in for a culinary treat.

At Molana, you’re guaranteed hearty portions that offer excellent value for money. They’re well-known for their generous servings, so you won’t leave hungry.

Côte Ealing

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Location: 9 The Grn, London W5 5DA, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 8579 3115

Operating hours:

  • Monday to Saturday – 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM
  • Sunday – 9:00 AM to 9:30 PM

Pricing: ££


Côte Ealing is a French-cuisine gem. Picture this: a cosy ambience with crimson furniture and hanging lights, making it perfect for everything from a casual breakfast to a romantic dinner.

A must-try here is the Côte Burger, which boasts a 7oz patty with melted Reblochon cheese and truffle mayonnaise. For dessert, try their chocolate and salted caramel tart, or for a lighter option, try the cheese board with grapes and sourdough croutons.

Haweli of Ealing

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Location: 127 Uxbridge Rd, London W13 9AU, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 8567 6211

Operating hours:

  • Monday to Saturday – 4:00 PM to 11:30 PM
  • Sunday – 12:00 PM 11:30 PM

Pricing: ££


This Indian restaurant has been wowing diners since 1985, earning a string of accolades, including the prestigious Best Indian Restaurant in West London award at the Euro Asia Curry Awards.

What sets this place apart is its unique approach to menu creation. The chefs, hailing from Nepal, Bangladesh, and India, compete to craft dishes for their ever-changing Sunday buffet. 

This means you might encounter delights like egg curry or mincemeat curry – dishes you won’t find in your average Indian restaurant!

Turtle Bay Ealing

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Location: 16 High St, London W5 5DB, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 3067 0007

Operating hours:

  • Monday to Wednesday – 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM
  • Thursday – 12:00 PM 12:00 AM
  • Friday – 11:00 AM to 1:00 AM
  • Saturday – 10:00 AM to 1:00 AM
  • Sunday – 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Pricing: ££


Turtle Bay Ealing is a Caribbean escape in the heart of London. The moment you go inside, the fun and energetic vibe transports you to sun-soaked shores. 

Their legendary bottomless brunch, available daily until 3 PM (5 PM on Sundays), is a highlight since it offers unlimited cocktails like Reggae Rum Punch and Mojitos alongside a delicious array of Caribbean-inspired dishes. 

From the fiery Jerk Pit section to lighter options like the Buddha Bowl, there’s something to satisfy every craving. Vegetarians and vegans aren’t forgotten here either, with delicious choices like Sweetcorn Roti and Curry Aubergine.

Steak on the Green

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Location: 31 Haven Grn, London W5 2NX, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 8991 1350

Operating hours:

  • Monday to Sunday – 12:00 PM to 10:30 PM

Pricing: ££


Steak on the Green has earned its reputation as a top-tier steakhouse by focusing on exceptional quality and flavour. Their menu boasts premium cuts like Ribeye and Sirloin, along with the luxurious Wagyu steak for those seeking extra indulgence. 

The Chateaubriand for two, renowned for its tenderness and rich flavour, is a must-try for sharing. But what truly sets them apart is their focus on sourcing the finest single farm-reared beef from across the UK, aged for at least 28 days to ensure optimal richness and tenderness.  

And don’t forget to mark your calendar for their beloved Sunday Roast! It’s a hearty and traditional feast that’s perfect for sharing with family and friends.

La Rueda

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Location: 12 Bond St, London W5 5AA, United Kingdom

Contact: +44 20 8567 4219

Operating hours:

  • Monday – 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM
  • Tuesday to Sunday – 12:00 PM to 10:30 PM

Pricing: ££


La Rueda is a slice of Spain nestled in the heart of this suburb. The cosy Mediterranean ambience, enhanced by lively Spanish music, sets the stage for a delightful social dining experience. 

Must-try highlights include the Patatas Bravas, drenched in a spicy homemade sauce, the tender and flavorful Pulpo A La Gallega (Galician-style octopus), and a variety of croquettes that have garnered a devoted following.

Plus, no visit here would be complete without indulging in their signature paella, a seafood and saffron-infused rice that captures the essence of Spanish cuisine. 

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