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Battersea

A prime riverside setting perfect for families and professionals alike

"Battersea Square is a delightful place for a spot of brunch, lunch or dinner, particularly when the sun is shining and you can sit outside!"

David Law

"When the weather is nice I like to take a walk up to the peace pagoda in Battersea Park - it's the calmest spot in London!"

William Campbell

"On a lovely summer's day it's fun to watch the fountain display in Battersea Park!"

Jon Woods

What is your favourite place?

Where do Battersea locals go?

Battersea Arts Centre

Whether you're into theatre, comedy or the fantastic annual ale festival, Battersea Arts Centre always has something interesting on.

The Latchmere

A lovely pub in Battersea with a great garden at the back!

The Woodman

A lively neighbourhood pub serving great food and Badger ales on draft.

Jack's at the Junction

Great breakfasts and always busy!

Powder Keg Diplomacy

Always worth a visit for a drink or two. The cocktails are original, homemade and more a piece of art for all your senses. The in-house infused eucalyptus gin is wonderful stuff and the wine list has been composed with imagination and care.

Flour to the People

Gorgeous local sourdough bakery that makes amazing coffees and fry ups - even homemade baked beans and perfect poached eggs!

Caffettino

The best Italian cappuccino in London and friendly people too!

The Prince Albert

Perfect for a post-park refreshment, this traditional pub opposite Battersea Park's Albert Gate has plenty of tables outside.

The Harbour

A great place for lunch on a sunny day overlooking Chelsea Harbour.

Pizza Metro

A cheerful Neapolitan restaurant with a wood burning oven famed for its metre-long pizzas and great social atmosphere and service.

The Breakfast Club

This is the place to go for breakfast in London! Massive portions and breakfast food all day long...

The Northcote

This rustic pub should be your first stop when going for drinks along Northcote Road. They also serve great pub grub.

Be At One

Super tasty cocktails and a fantastic happy hour, where all cocktails are 2-4-1. The staff are so friendly and there's a good vibe here on a Friday and Saturday night.

Chelsea Physic Garden

A must for anyone interested in botanics and horticulture. They put on lots of workshops throughout the year and there's a fantastic Christmas fair too.

Lots Larder

Wonderful homemade lunches in a lovely environment. Relaxed and cheerful!

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Clapham Junction, Imperial Wharf, Chelsea, Nine Elms, Wandsworth Common, Clapham, Sloane Square, Fulham, South Kensington and Clapham North

What do you love about Battersea?

Why do you find Battersea a great place to live?

Grace

"I love Battersea because of the beautiful park, it is well connected by bus to Chelsea and Clapham and it has character at the same time."

November 2015

Hannah

"I love SW11 because it's close to the centre of London, but has a real personality of its own. A very villagey yet urban feel."

November 2015

Santosh

"Battersea is close to Chelsea and Central London."

February 2015

Wanching

"Battersea is an area being redeveloped so much and the people are friendly. It's very suitable for young families, as well as young people who have just started their career in central London."

December 2014

JP

"Lots of parks, restaurants and friendly people."

December 2014

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"Battersea Park served as the site of the first ever official football match under the modern rules of the Football Association."

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  1. About Battersea

    Battersea is part of London on the south bank of the River Thames. Roughly triangular in shape, its northern boundary is the Thames, as it runs first north-east, and then east, before turning north again to pass Westminster. Its north eastern corner is one mile (1.6 km) due south of the Palace of Westminster; the north western corner is demarcated by Wandsworth Bridge and Battersea tapers south to a point roughly three miles (5 km) from the north eastern corner and two miles (3 km) from the north west. To the east is Lambeth; on the south are Camberwell and Streatham, on the south-east is Clapham and on the west Wandsworth. It was announced that a new US embassy would be constructed at Nine Elms. This development would also see the building of luxury apartments in the area.

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