Hungry? 9 Places to Eat Walkable From Hyde Park International

Whether you’ve just got into London and need to satisfy that hunger pang pronto or you need a quick bite to eat while spending a day exploring in the city, there are plenty of amazing places to eat around London.

If you’re staying at Hyde Park International in particular, you’re in luck!  You’ll find plenty of mouth-watering food just a short walk away.

Read on to find out some of the best spots to head to for a meal or a snack.

ASK Italian

Italian food is always a crowd-pleaser, and if you’re looking for a great, family-friendly dining option, this sophisticated Italian food chain is just a short walk away from your The Park Grand London Hyde Park International.

Fresh ingredients and simple but delicious dishes mean that you can be sure of having a satisfying meal, and the great selection of pasta, salads and pizzas provides plenty of choices.

The restaurant also has a dedicated kids’ menu, with child-friendly options including easy snacks to nibble on, and straight-forward main dishes. With something for everyone, it’s a good choice for a lunchtime or early evening meal.

Queens Skate Dine Bowl

If you’re visiting London with friends or family for a special occasion, and are looking for somewhere nearby where you can enjoy a celebratory meal together, Queens Skate Dine Bowl provides a novel and fun place to enjoy a fun night out, along with some delicious food to enjoy afterwards

The venue offers some brilliant options including ten-pin bowling and indoor ice skating, and you can even try out curling or ice karting. The space is partnered up with MEATLiquor, with a menu featuring classic favourites, including burgers, hot dogs, fries and veggie options, and drinks from the skate-side bar. It’s suitable for children and adults, so it’s an ideal place for a family day out.

Look out for special deals London hotels to get a great value package for your group, during your stay in the city.

Fabrique Bakery

Hotels near Hyde Park London are perfectly located to explore much of central London, including the charming neighbourhood of Notting Hill. Just a short walk away from Hyde Park International, you’ll find one of the area’s best spots for coffee and a quick snack.

The Swedish bakery chain, Fabrique has just a few spots across London, with the Notting Hill branch a convenient stroll away, when you’re in need of a late morning caffeine fix. Try out their delicious cardamom or cinnamon buns, served warm and tender, fresh from the oven.

Hummingbird Bakery

Possibly the most famous cupcake store in London, this Notting Hill institution is well worth a visit when you’re craving a delicious sweet treat. While the queues might seem lengthy, it’s worth the wait for the perfect combination of soft, moist sponge cake and creamy, sweet buttercream topping.

Check out their renowned red velvet cupcakes, or their Instagram-worthy rainbow coloured cakes, for a truly memorable snack.

The Swan 

Conveniently close to Hyde Park, this historic pub dates back to the 17th century – or perhaps even further back. As a London institution, the pub serves up both classic British classics and plenty of atmosphere and is an ideal spot for a leisurely afternoon meal close to Hyde Park accommodation.

The pub’s menu features plenty of British favourites, including some of the best fish and chips in the city, sausages and pies, as well as more internationally inspired fare. On Sundays, you can indulge in a proper Sunday roast, with plenty of desserts on the menu to enjoy afterwards too.


If you’re a health-conscious diner and are in search of a stylish but nutritious place to enjoy a meal, head to Farmacy in nearby Notting Hill. The renowned restaurant features a beautiful setting, with dishes that might just be too pretty to eat.

With an all-vegan menu, free of refined sugar, additives and chemicals, you can enjoy a nourishing and delicious snack or lunch, free of guilt.

Waterside Café

Just around the corner from Hyde Park, you’ll find a hidden treasure tucked amongst the nearby canals, known as Little Venice. This scenic pocket of London is the perfect place for a stroll, with quiet paths alongside the canals, beautiful greenery around you, and charming places to eat and drink.

The Waterside Café is a lovely nearby destination besides the canal, and ideal when you’re in the mood for a coffee or a snack, or a leisurely brunch option. Choose from tempting snacks or bigger dishes such as a tasty jacket potato or toasted Panini, or indulge in a rich afternoon tea, with plenty of cake and tea to wash it all down with.

Taste of India

For a delicious evening meal, it’s hard to beat a tempting Indian dish, and the long-established Taste of India is just around the corner from the Hyde Park International, providing the perfect place to head to for a relaxed dinner with friends or a loved one.

You’ll find a great variety of dishes to suit all tastes, from mild, aromatic dishes such as a korma, to more richly spiced curries and grilled options. With a broad range of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian choices on the menu, it’s a good choice for a group dinner. If you’re visiting London with friends and family, look out for special deals London hotels to help you find a great value package for your stay.

For a romantic dinner close by your hotel, the Assaggi Restaurant provides classic Italian dishes, with plenty of flair and style. Sumptuously prepared Italian dishes and a great choice of wines make it a perfect place to enjoy an intimate evening out, without needing to venture more than a few minutes’ walk away.

The restaurant also has a great bar and pizzeria, with some excellent choices for a more relaxed, laid back night out too. Expect all your favourite toppings, as well as a few more traditional Italian options for an authentic taste.

Are you getting hungry? We sure are!


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