Restaurants near Vauxhall station

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Aqua in London Aqua £££££Wandsworth
An expensive Italian restaurant in St. George Wharf, roughly ¼ mile from Vauxhall train station and has vegetarian o... more
Cafe Portugal in London Cafe Portugal ££Vauxhall
A good value Portuguese restaurant in Vauxhall, approximately half-a-mile away. It has vegetarian dishes, air conditionin... more
Casa Madeira in London Casa Madeira Lambeth
A restaurant in Albert Embankment, roughly ¼ mile from Vauxhall train station.
Chino Latino in London Chino Latino £££££Lambeth
An expensive restaurant at 18 Albert Embankment, about ⅓ mile away. Chino Latino is a funky bar and brasserie in th... more
Coriander in London Coriander ££Lambeth
A good value Indian restaurant in Kennington Lane, roughly ¼ mile from Vauxhall train station.
Manila World Buffet in London Manila World Buffet Vauxhall
A restaurant at 43 South Lambeth Road, approx ¼ mile away.
Mumbai Delight in London Mumbai Delight Vauxhall
An Indian restaurant in South Lambeth Road, roughly ¼ mile from Vauxhall train station.
Parma Cafe & Restaurant in London Parma Cafe & Restaurant Lambeth
An Italian restaurant at 316-318 Kennington Lane, approx ¼ mile away. It has vegetarian dishes, a bar and air condit... more
Pico Bar & Grill in London Pico Bar & Grill £££Lambeth
A mid-cost restaurant in Albert Embankment, roughly ¼ mile from Vauxhall train station and has a bar, outdoor terrac... more
Tia Maria in London Tia Maria Vauxhall
A restaurant at 126 South Lambeth Road, approximately half-a-mile away.
West Bridge Cafe & Restaurant in London West Bridge Cafe & Restaurant Vauxhall
A restaurant in Battersea Park Road, roughly ¼ mile from Vauxhall train station and has a bar, takeaway service and... more
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