Strikes me that the stretch of Uxbridge Road just west of Shepherds Bush tube station (Hammersmith & City) is an interesting chow zone.
I did some snacking one lunchtime last week - started with a Lebanese kofta pizza from Naana which was delicious with wonderful seasoning, better than Green Valley IMO, and, at £2 for a large pizza, really good value. Later in the afternoon, I revisited Quashie's Roti Hut and enjoyed a delicious chickpea+potato roti for £2.50, this place is as good as I remember it being from years and years back.
Naana, 384 Uxbridge Road, W12
Quashie's Roti Hut, 63 Uxbridge Road, W12
Other places that caught my eye include Rayan (#288), King Solomon's Cafe (#300), Blue Ocean (#358), Zeit & Zaatar (#354), Nut Case (#352), Al Fakher Shisha Garden (#350), Foubert Ice Cream (#280), Ochi Caribbean Cafe (#226). Al Abbas and Damas are two large and impressive Lebanese/Middle Eastern Grocery Stores. There are also two large Polish delis on the stretch between Shepherds Bush station (H&C) and Shepherds Bush Green. If anyone has any feedback on any of these places, I would be interested to hear it.
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