Shopping on Oxford Street? Here’s our pick of the best takeaways, cafes and cheap restaurants within walking distance of Oxford Circus tube station. All places are open daily unless otherwise stated.
Market Hall West End
Market Hall’s latest food hall is now open in the old BHS building on Oxford St. This is the best place to eat in the area. Wide range of food choices from fresh pasta to Malaysian. They give you a buzzer when you buy your food. Find a seat, wait for your buzzer to vibrate and collect your food. Expect to pay £7-10.
Address: 9 Holles St,London W1G 0BN
Flatplanet serve ‘flats’ a kind of English-style pizza. They describe their version as ‘organic English spelt flatbread under a pile of goodness’. A small selection of soups and salads is also available.
Eat in or takeaway.
Address: 39 Great Marlborough St, W1F 7JG
Fish, chicken, salads, rice boxes and wraps…all good-value, healthy and delicious. This is quite a large branch. There’s a smaller branch near Carnaby St at 35 Great Marlborough St, W1F 7JE
Address: 273-287 Regent St, W1B 2AD
This excellent Scandinavian deli has a cafe serving soup, open sandwiches and hotdogs. Top pick is their meatballs with three salads for £6.95. A seven minute walk from Oxford Circus.
Address: 61 Great Titchfield St,
Authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas. Prices start at £5.50.
Address: 11 Kingly St, London W1B 5PW
Top Tip:There are pleny of places to eat just off Carnaby St. Take a wander down Kingly St or Ganton St and see what takes your fancy. Kingly Court is three floors packed with restaurants – we like Darjeeling Express, Pastaio, the Good Egg, Le Bab and Shoryu Ramen
Pho Oxford Circus
You’ll pay around £8 for a tasty bowl of Vietnamese noodle soup, but portions are large. Salads are also available.
Address: 3 Great Titchfield St, W1W 8AX
Top Tip: Fancy something different? See our recommendations for Soho, a short walk from Oxford Circus