The Best Takeaways in Kentish Town
Kentish Town is the perfect location for both students and young professionals looking to move to London. The area is a multicultural hub with an array of shops, restaurants and cafes – perfect for young foodies. However, sometimes nothing quite beats staying in with a meal and bingeing the latest Netflix series. Fear not, Kentish Town has got you covered. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best spots so you know where to get your next Kentish Town takeaway.
Takeaways for Students in Kentish Town
Whether you’re wanting to treat yourself to a burger from Bronson’s or a margarita pizza from Franco Manca’s, Kentish Town has an array of takeaway options to choose from. Order takeaway food in Kentish Town and enjoy delicious meals from all over the world from the comfort of your own place.
Bronson‘s Burgers (Kentish Town)
Situated on Regis Road, Bronson’s Burgers is the go-to Kentish Town takeaway for locals wanting a real burger. The restaurant uses 100% British five-day dry aged free range beef. Each patty is hand pressed and prepared freshly for each order. Bronson’s isn’t just another standard burger joint. While they serve their own take on a classic cheeseburger, the more adventurous diner may be tempted by the Daredevil burger. Skin on fires also feature on the menu. Choose from paprika, rosemary or cheesy fries. The small London chain has its own sauce, Bronson’s sauce – the perfect accompaniment for a crispy chip. A burger will set you back between £8.95 to £11.45, while sides and drinks start from £2.00. Although it is not quite as cheap as chips, Bronson’s is still student budget-friendly. The spot boasts excellent 4.7 star ratings on both UberEats and Deliveroo. If you are staying at The Stay Club Kentish Town you can dodge a delivery fee by collecting your order. Bronson’s Burgers (Kentish Town) offers both delivery and takeaway services and is a mere nine minute walk away.
Address: Bronson’s Burgers (Kentish Town), Unit 16 Food Stars East Side Jml House, Regis Rd, London NW5 3EG
Monday to Sunday: 12pm – 10:45pm
Wenzel’s the Bakers (Kentish Town)
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Worry not, burgers aren’t the only takeaway Kentish Town has to offer. Fans of baked goods look no further than Wenzel’s. The bakery swiftly became a North West London classic since it opened its doors in 1975. Although Wenzel’s was born and ‘bread’ in the capital, there are now over 80 locations. They offer a variety of hot and cold bakes to choose from. You can also make the most of their Bloomer or Baguette Bundle Meal Deals for two – perfect for a tight student budget. Wenzel’s (Kentish Town) is available for delivery on Uber Eats, Deliveroo and Just Eat. With a 4.6 star rating, it would be rude to not treat yourself to a sausage roll or two. If you would rather see what Wenzel’s has to offer before ordering, it is only a five minute walk away from The Stay Club Kentish Town.
Address: Wenzel’s the Bakers (Kentish Town), 345 Kentish Town Road, London, NW5 2TJ
Monday to Saturday: 7am – 6:30pm
Sunday: 8:30am – 5pm
Morley’s Chicken (Finsbury Park)
Chicken shops have become synonymous with London over the years. Thanks to Youtube series like Chicken Shop Date and The Chicken Connoisseur, the classic takeaway has never been more popular. Kentish Town residents can also tuck into some fried chicken. Morley’s Chicken (Finsbury Park), located northeast of Kentish Town, is only a 20-minute drive from The Stay Club Kentish Town. You can get a piece of chicken, three spicy wings, chips and a Pepsi for only £5.99. What a bargain! Order from Just Eat or Uber Eats.
Address: Morley’s Chicken (Finsbury Park), 121 Stroud Green Rd, Finsbury Park, London N4 3PX
Sunday to Thursday: 11am – 10pm
Friday to Saturday: 11am – 11pm
Franco Manca (Kentish Town)
Franco Manca is as much of a pizza restaurant as it is a Kentish Town takeaway. Since opening its first pizzeria in Brixton Market in 2008, Franco Manca has charmed Londoners with its slow-rising chewy sourdough pizzas. Their dough is made on site with new specials to choose from every day. Prices start at just £5.55 making Franco Manca a favourite amongst students. The Kentish Town location has gained a 4.6-star rating on both Deliveroo and UberEats. However, you could easily collect your pizza from the Kentish Town Road restaurant in as little as 5 minutes.
Address: Franco Manca (Kentish Town), 337 Kentish Town Rd, London NW5 2TJ
Monday to Thursday: 12pm – 10:30pm
Friday to Saturday: 12pm – 12am
Sunday: 12pm – 10pm
Dominos (Kentish Town)
As one of the largest pizza chains in the world, you have probably had a Dominos in your time. Whether it is after a night out or for a movie night in, its American-style pizza and infamous garlic and herb dip are definitely crowd pleasers. Order your chosen pizza pie directly from the Dominos website. Although the pizzas are slightly on the pricey side, the chain has many deals to help lower costs. You can always use the PIZZA241 code at checkout to get two pizzas for the price of one. There are also a host of collection only deals for you to explore. For a five minute walk from The Stay Club Kentish Town you could save some extra pennies.
Address: Dominos (Kentish Town), 194 Kentish Town Rd, London NW5 2AE
Monday to Sunday: 11am – 12pm
Apply a Discount
UniDAYS offers free discounts for sixth form, college and university students. From clothes to meals out, UNiDAYS has many discount codes for you to use. New UberEats users can sign up via UNiDAYS to enjoy £15 off your first order. Or students and graduates can use Dominos’ 35% student and graduate discount code available via the app. There are many more offers for you to explore in the Kentish Town area too. So, download the app, sign up and start saving today!
Unidays is not the only app helping students save money on takeaways. Student Beans has many deals to choose from too. Members can enjoy 14 days free delivery at Deliveroo, 20% off Cheeky Tuesdays at JUST EAT and up to £10 off your first order with UberEats via the app. There are even more offers for you to choose from in the Kentish Town area. Download the app, sign up and start saving!
Alternative apps to help reduce food waste
If only there was a way to have a takeaway without contributing to food waste? Well, there are many apps available to help you reduce food waste while also treating yourself.
Too Good to Go
Fresh food goes to waste everyday just because it hasn’t sold in time. The Too Good To Go app lets you buy and collect food which would otherwise get binned at a substantially cheaper price. So, while you are enjoying a discounted meal, you are also preventing food waste. You won’t be able to know exactly what is in your order until you pick it up as it depends on what has or hasn’t sold. However, it also adds to the surprise. Nearly 19,000 businesses have signed up to the app, so there are plenty of restaurants, cafes and takeaways to choose from.
While To Good To Go is aimed at businesses limiting waste, there is also a way to help your neighbours reduce waste too. OLIO connects millions of people giving away food and other household items to people in their area for free. While you won’t necessarily find everything on your shopping list via OLIO, you can still pick up or even share food in order to fight waste and save our planet.
We all love to treat ourselves from time to time. Thanks to food and delivery apps, students can also partake in a Kentish Town takeaway without breaking the bank. Are you also wanting to explore Kentish Town’s restaurant scene? Check out our guide to the best restaurants in the area.