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Battersea ParkBattersea Park Battersea Park has a children’s zoo and Peace Pagoda, with a twenty-foot tall golden Buddha. 
Restaurants in London
Name Area
Cafe Azteca in London Cafe Azteca ££££Battersea
A pricey Mexican restaurant in Battersea Park Road, about ⅓ mile from Battersea Park.
Foxtrot Oscar in London Foxtrot Oscar £££££Chelsea
An expensive restaurant at 79 Royal Hospital Road, approximately half-a-mile away. Recipient of three Michelin stars, Gor... more
Gaslight Grill in London Gaslight Grill Battersea
A restaurant in Battersea Park Road, about ⅓ mile from Battersea Park.
Gordon Ramsay in London Gordon Ramsay Chelsea
A restaurant at 68 Royal Hospital Road, approximately half-a-mile away.
Juicy in London Juicy Battersea
An African restaurant in Charlotte Despard Avenue, approximately ½ mile from Battersea Park, with a bar and sells ve... more
La Gondola Al Parco in London La Gondola Al Parco ££Battersea
A cheap Italian restaurant in Battersea, approx ¼ mile away. It has vegetarian dishes.
New City Chinese Restaurant in London New City Chinese Restaurant ££££Battersea
A pricey Chinese restaurant in Battersea Park Road, approximately ½ mile from Battersea Park, with a takeaway servic... more
San Gennaro in London San Gennaro Battersea
An Italian restaurant at 22 Battersea Park Road, approximately half-a-mile away. San Gennaro serve a variety of Italian d... more
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