From the 17th May indoor hospitality will reopen with venues such as cinemas, hotels, hostels, restaurants, B&Bs and more. With the reopening of restaurants, we have brought you our handpicked selection of the best places to eat near Euston this summer! Additionally there is more to the London borough of Camden’s bustling area Euston. Than just being home to the sixth busiest railway station in the United Kingdom taking commuters each day up and down the country! Not to mention Euston is home to some of the best cafes, coffee shops and restaurant’s you may have never heard of in London! We will let you pick the best Euston restaurant from our guide!

Euston Restaurant: The Savannah Bar & Restaurant


The Savannah Bar & Restaurant

The Savannah Bar and Restaurant is located off Euston street just a minute’s walk from Euston, Euston Square and Warren Street station. The restaurant’s A La Carte menus includes the following starters Chicken Caesar Salad, Salmon Duo, Warm Chicken and Bacon Salad. The most in-demand main courses at this modern restaurant include. Teriyaki Salmon, Grilled Chicken Breast, Herb Crust Rump of Lamb & Grilled Seabass. This restaurant focuses on sustainable ingredients and has modern decor and peaceful ambience thanks to its tucked-away location.



Euston Restaurant: The Great Nepalese


The Great Nepalese restaurant located on Eversholt Street is small and hidden. But, by no means regular is how a Nepalese lover would describe the restaurant!  The restaurant is located a one-minute walk away from the busy Euston station. The restaurant has been running for over 50 years now. The Great Nepalese restaurant is famed for its Nepalese specials that do well to warm you up directly as it fills you up as well. If in need of a wonderfully served, tasty and nutritious curry. You cannot go wrong with the long-standing restaurant the Great Nepalese.


Euston Restaurant: Number Twelve


If you are a lover of all things Italian in a beautiful setting. Book in at Number Twelve located on Upper Woburn Place a nine-minute walk from Euston Station. The restaurant’s menus are incredibly reasonable.  As well as the option to private dining available. The colourful Italian restaurant Al La Carte menu has a variety of starters. Hot pepper dorset crab soup smoked duck salad, smoked duck salad with quail eggs. Scottish smoked salmon buckwheat pancakes. Some of the popular mains at the Italian restaurant are braised oxtail and beef cheeks with creamed parmesan polenta, peroni beer-battered seabass, hand-cut chips, tartar sauce, pea puree, lemon, and capers. Turmeric tofu and chickpeas and coconut masala, charred tendersteam broccoli and chestnuts with jasmine rice.


Euston Restaurant: Roti King


Roti King

Located on Doric Way is the Malaysian restaurant in a housed basement. Which some consider to the be at the top of the local Euston food scene, Roti King. This restaurant may not be the most aesthetically pleasing restaurant from the outside. Compared to some of the other local hidden gems in Euston. However, what this popular restaurant Roti King lacks in interior and decor. It overcompensates in the quality of their authentic Singapore street food! The Roti Telur, filled with egg and served with dhal is beyond outstanding. You should visit Roti King if you are in the Euston area.



Euston Restaurant: Murger Han


Murger Han

Over on Eversholt Street is Murger Han, a unique Chinese restaurant that makes the most original Chinese street food in London! Just a two-minute walk away from Euston station. The menu at Xi’an restaurant is very authentic consisting of a variety of murger dishes (slow-cooked meat in flatbread) available in lean pork and stewed beef. Steam noodle with seasonal vegetables and sesame served cold. As well as beef murger soup and lamb murger soup. They also have a variety of sides to go with their full-flavoured mains their stewed side range from chicken wings, chicken claws, pig’s ear, dry tofu and eggs.



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