One great way to find places to eat out, via this Directory is by searching By Location. This is one of the quickest ways to discover and choose the eating out places in Wembley - Use the information below to explore the other areas in and around Wembley.
On this page we've listed
- Wembley Park (leading to the London Designer Outlet and the SSE Arena Wembley and then to Wembley Stadium),
- Wembley Triangle (just a few hundred yards from Wembley Stadium)
- Wembley Central, (leading down Ealing Road towards Alperton), first here for convenience, due to those areas being by far the busiest areas of the Wembley area.
As time permits, we will add more eating places to these areas.
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Wembley Park Station is served by Metropolitan Line, Jubilee Line underground stations. It's a short direct walk to Wembley Stadium and the Designer Outlet. Outside the station you'll find many well-established eating places within a few minutes walk. Attractions: Brent Civic Centre, London Designer Outlet
Wembley Triangle, closest to Wembley Stadium train station, is the area that leads from Wembley Park, Wembley Hill Road (A479) that intersects with Harrow Road (A404).
Alperton, on the Picadilly Line, in HA0, in North West London. Wembley Central is at one end of Ealing Road with Alperton at the other. This area is well served with many eating places typically of Indian origin.
Brondesbury in NW6, is on the North London Line,is next to Kilburn and Willesden. In Zone 2, it in on the Overground Line.
Colindale, in NW9, is part of one of the boroughs that neighbour Brent. Airco, the largest aircraft manufacturing company in the world at the time, used to manufacture aircraft in this area. Colindale Underground Station is on the Northern line Line. Attraction: Bang Bang Oriental Food Hall
Cricklewood, in NW2, is an area neighbouring Wembley, that spans Barnet, Brent and Camden. It is in Zone 3 and served by ThamesLink services to St Pancras.
Dollis Hill, in NW2, is close to Willesden Green, Neasden and Cricklewood. It is on the Jubilee Line, none 3 and close to Wembley Park and thus Wembley Stadium. Attraction: Dollis Hill House
Harlesden, at the centre of which is the Queen Victoria's Jubilee Clock, is in NW10 and connected by the Bakerloo line. It is the home to the well known McVities Biscuit Factory.
Kensal Green station is in NW10 and on the Bakerloo lines and London Underground lines which goes directly to London Euston mainline station. It is primarily a residential area.
Kenton, in HA3, is close to Queensbury, Kingsbury, Preston and North Wembley. Like Wembley it is well served by my excellent Indian restaurants. Close by are Kenton Station (Bakerloo Line and Watford DC Line), South Kenton Station (Bakerloo Line and Watford DC line) and Northwick Park Station (Metropolitan line).
KIlburn, in NW6, at the heart of which is Kilburn Library, is served by Kilburn Park Station, Brondesbury Station and Kilburn High Road station all on the London Overground Line.
Attraction: Kiln Theatre
Kingsbury, is in NW9, and has at it's heart the old St Andrews Church. It is claimed that George Michael, the well-known singer and songwriter of Greek origin lived here, as well as Stuart Pearce the footballer. Kingsbury hosts Kingsbury Station on the Jubilee Line and has excellent bus transport links.
Mapesbury, in NW2, is a residential area in Brent. Apparently it is from here that Ken Livingston came.
Neasden, in NW2 and NW10, is an area that include Brent Park and St Raphael's Estate. It is on the Jubilee Line. Twiggy the model and actress, Raheem Sterling and Bob Marley the reggae singer have all had links with Neasden.
Attraction: Neasden Temple aka BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir the biggest Hindu Temple outside India.
Park Royal, in NW10, is known for being a large business park (1200 businesses with over 35,000 people work here). Close by is Hangar Lane Underground station on the Central Line and Park Royal Station on the Picadilly Line. Also Stonebridge Pary and Harlesden stations are in proximity on the Bakerloo and Watford DC Line.
Preston, in HA3 and HA9, is the residential area through which Preston Road runs and on which Preston Road Tube Station is. It is served by the Metropolitan Line and busses 79, 204 and 233. It is a short distance from Wembley Park and one stop away from Wembley Park on the Metropolitan Line.
Queensbury, in HA3, HA7 and HA8 is on the boundary of Brent. It is in the Julibee Line and is a busy area with a pleasing parade of shops built around the green central area near the station.
Sudbury, encompassing Sudbury Town, in HA0 (Wembley) and HA1 (Harrow) is on the Picadilly Line. Including Sudbury & Harrow Road Station (on the Chiltern Railways and one stop from Wembley Stadium), and Sudbury Hill Station is a busy parade of shops and businesses, some of which are eating places. Sudbury Hill Station is also on the Chiltern Railways.
Willesden/Willesden Green, with post codes NW10 and NW2, is situated close to Brondesbury Park, Queens Park and Kensal Rise. It's an area well served well by North London Line, West London Line and Watford DC Line. Similarly well served by buses too.
Attraction: Willesden Library/Brent Museum and St Matthew's Church.