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Food in Southall

There is no shortage of places to eat in Southall. Every type of food can be found here at very competive prices.

Chaudhry's TKC (formerly known as Tandoori Kebab Centre) even offers halal chinese food. You may get to see the their Pakistani tanga and traditional Pakistani bus (Larri) parked in front of the restauarant. The bus is available for hire for weddings, birthdays, film shoots, nights out on the town, fund raising activities, exhibitions, loans to museums and any other event.

Freshly made Jalebi, right in front of you, has been available at the Jalebi Junction for a long time.

There are lots of restaurants, take-aways and fast food outlets catering for every need and price.


Cheap food (in the past)

A tasty 7 inch pizza with a choice of 3 topping used to cost just £1.50 at Dandy's on Southall Broadway. The meal which included chips and a drink costs £2.50. You couldeat in or take-away.

Vegetable samosas used to be 30p at the Shahenshah on South Road. Makki-di-Roti for 65 pence.

Fish burgers used to be from from 99p.


Cheap food (no more)

A tasty 7 inch pizza with a choice of 3 topping costs around £3 around Southall Broadway.

Fish Fillet Burger costs £4.49 at Al-Haad on Southall Broadway.

A chicken fillet burger meal costs around £6 at Al-Haad on Southall Broadway.

Vegetable samosas are 70p at the NoorMahal on Southall Broadway.

Makki-di-Roti is £1 at Punjabi Naans & Kulcha King on South Road.