Nestled in between the historical splendour of Greenwich and the urban vibrancy of Lewisham, Blackheath village is known for its family-friendly vibe, rural feel, and top-notch bistros and brasseries. Whether you're heading out for a special meal with your colleagues to celebrate a milestone at work or want to mark a special birthday in style, Blackheath's restaurants offer something for everyone. From the gorgeous Mediterranean dishes available in the central Blackheath restaurants area to the delectable subcontinental cuisine on offer in some of London's finest Indian establishments, you're sure to find a dish you'll adore in this cute corner of South London. With Quandoo, it's easy and simple to book online in advance – just scroll down our list of establishments, take a look at the menu highlights then go ahead and book in seconds.
Perhaps you've had a long morning visiting the sights of nearby Greenwich, or you're planning a catch up with old friends in the tranquil village or you've got a big event to celebrate with a bunch of work colleagues? Whatever your reason, if you're heading out for food at lunchtime then Blackheath's restaurants certainly won't disappoint. Blackheath is home to restaurants offering a wide selection of lunchtime meals with cuisines ranging from Italian to Mediterranean and even Argentinean. Or if you fancy something a little more gourmet or high-end for a lunchtime treat, try Côte Brasserie on Royal Parade in the centre of the village. The Breton fish stew is brimming with a variety of seafood delights including clams, prawns and sea bream in a gorgeous tomato, chilli and white wine sauce.
As a district of one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities, the restaurants in Blackheath offer a wide range of global cuisines for diners to enjoy. If you're a fan of Indian food don't miss the Taste of Raj for a selection of delicious Indian dishes, all made with care and attention and using premium quality ingredients. Meat lovers can try the dubby chicken – delectable meat dish cooked in a pungent mixture of garlic, kashmiri chillies, ginger, onions and their own chef's special spice. If you fancy something slightly less spicy, go down to Montpelier Vale where the you’ll find the delightful Mediterranean cafe Tziganos serving delicious tapas like chorizo a la plancha – gorgeous chorizo sausage cooked in garlic and red wine. No matter which Blackheath restaurant you choose, you're sure to find something you're going to love.
Escaping the hustle and bustle of central London is always welcome, and the tranquil surroundings of Blackheath’s restaurants make the neighbourhood an ideal place to go. But that doesn't mean there's no variety or diversity when it comes to Blackheath's restaurants – in fact, it's quite the opposite. For a touch of class, why not head to CAU on Royal Parade for a South American extravaganza with a gourmet twist? Meat-eaters can indulge in one of a range of well-sourced, expertly-cooked steaks like a delicious soft rump or the tapa de cuadril, served thinly-sliced using Brazilian ash-grilling techniques and boasting a melt-in-your-mouth texture. For a lighter touch, why not go for one of the classic Hispanic snack choices – croquettes! Whether you fancy smoked haddock or a vegetarian option with porcini mushrooms and black truffles, there's guaranteed to be something for you at this leading Blackheath restaurant.