Top 10 near Southall

Brilliant Restaurant

This third-generation family-run Punjabi restaurant is a local institution serving authentic, award-winning food. Popular among the Southall community its appeal has spread further after appearing on Gordon Ramsay’s Channel 4 series, ‘Ramsay’s Best Restaurant’.

London Motor Museum

This great museum is the only custom car museum in London and features an impressive collection of over 200 American and European classic cars from the 1930s to the present day. There are themed collections too including The Movie-Car section and The Bat-Cave, which features the 1966 Batmobile.

Beck Theatre

This long-running 600-seat community theatre offers a broad programme of events from plays to dance and a Christmas pantomime every year. A small selection of new-release films are also shown every month.

Shopping at the Broadway

Enjoy a truly memorable shopping experience at this renowned shopping destination. The Broadway is Southall’s main high street filled with street traders, restaurants and shops and bazaars selling fashion, shoes, gold and diamond jewellery and a myriad of different foods from traditional Asian sweets to hard-to-find fruit and vegetables.

Northala Fields

This award-winning park features four artificial hills constructed from rubble from the demolition of the original Wembley Stadium. With its fishing parks, café and fantastic children’s play area this is a park where you can spend an entire day.

Dinosaur Escape Adventure Golf

Spend a thrilling afternoon with the family at this 18-hole adventure golf course. Navigate this prehistoric themed course while nine almost life-size dinosaurs including a T-Rex and stegosaurus watch over the fun.

Southall Mela

This popular annual event takes place every May in Southall Park bringing together the local community for one day to enjoy live music, entertainment, world food and great shopping.

Osterley Park and House

Nearby Osterley House is a stately Georgian mansion surrounded by formal gardens, parks and farmland. It is one of the last surviving country estates in London. Now managed by the National Trust, the house is open to visit and there is a cafe, farm shop and gift shop based in the old stable yard. A broad range of seasonal events are also held each year.

Airport Bowl

Enjoy a game of ten-pin bowling at this popular venue. There is also a video arcade, pool tables and an American pool table.

The Plough Pub

This historic pub is the oldest of all the Fuller’s Brewery pubs serving traditional-style food in relaxed, traditional surroundings. In the summer months regular barbeques are staged in the pub garden.