Serving comfort food in classy premises on Station Parade, it just doesn’t get much better than London’s Soul 2 Soul. Not to be confused with chart-toppers Soul II Soul (well, actually…), the fine African and Caribbean cuisine on offer here warms the heart and, of course, the soul, all the while filling the belly with healthy, satisfying traditional dishes designed to bring you Back To Life. Diners from all backgrounds are welcomed with open arms at this lovely Elm Park eatery, regardless of whether they’re regulars or newbies.
Ever wondered where that amazing aroma comes from on Elm Park’s Station Parade? We’ve investigated and not to our surprise, it’s from Soul 2 Soul’s kitchen. Behind the scenes, the restaurant’s chefs are whipping up African and Caribbean specialties the likes of which you can’t just find at any old restaurant in London. From Jamaican classics like ackee and saltfish to Nigerian edikong ikong, there’s an impressive menu of savoury comfort foods being cooked up in Soul 2 Soul’s kitchen, and luckily for you, the restaurant is conveniently located just steps from London’s Willesden Green underground station.
No matter whether it’s for dine-in or takeaway, the quality of the cuisine on offer at Soul 2 Soul remains unchanged. Hearty, delicious and comforting, you’ll be floored by whatever dish you decide on. Sample Caribbean dishes like jerk chicken, callaloo and saltfish or brown stew chicken, all served alongside your choice of rice (jollof rice or coconut rice, for example). For big appetites, we recommend the hearty African beef stew, consisting of tender beef with a rich sauce made from tomatoes, capsicum peppers and onion. Vegetarian? Get the sweet onion and capsicum stew. Soul 2 Soul in London’s Elm Park offers unique specialties that are made from the heart and destined for the soul. Sound like the kind of redemption you’d like to indulge in? Be sure to reserve a table in advance.