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Local Restaurants & Places to Eat around Willesden

Jimmy's Restaurants

London Designer Outlet Centre, Wembley Park Blvd, London HA9 0FD, UK – 020 8795 5377

We picked the shortest waiting time on an event day and I’m so glad it was here!! Clean, friendly and the food was perfect for the whole family! Really impressed.

Slightly expensive so I recommend eating as much as possible. Most of the food is delicious, but some could be better.

Pizza Hut

Royale Leisure Park, Kendal Ave, Western Ave, London W3 0PA, UK – 020 8896 3321

Place was empty had to wait to be seated because there was no staff, when wanting to order we had to look for staff again because no staff were around. Salad bar was empty. As we were leaving we saw about 3 staff walking from the back (probably skiving) but on the upside the lady who did seat us & take our order was really nice & made our dining experience pleasurable.

Food was good and service was good once we were served. But the place was very dirty.. Wasn't impressed.. But I had to ask the manger to clean the area where we were going to be seated. My sister went to get salad there wasn't much so she had to ask them to fill it up and clean the area. One empty table was piled high with dirty plates and the floor around us was dirty.. They did eventually clean up but was not impressed.. Pizza Hut is a big company and there standards should be very high.

wagamama wembley

London Designer Outlet, Wembley Park Blvd, Wembley HA9 0FD, UK – 020 8795 2597

Everyone who knows wagamama will realise that the food and ambience is pretty much the same no matter which wagamama you go to. Good Asian fusion food, however the design of the LDO wagamama is not great for eating in especially when it's windy or cold outside. The huge doors that need to be opened to get in, are really heavy sliding doors which most people will struggle to close, and the restaurant appears to be positioned so it catches to wind. Makes for an uncomfortable and cold experience. Service was average - some of our food turned up long after the rest was finished, and although we got an apology it ruined the meal. May just be bad luck on our part, but the cold and is wind is guaranteed on bad weather days.

Excellent service as my kids have nut allergies which they cater for by preparing the meal at a seperate station Food was excellent

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