Places to Eat During your Stay at The Highbury Centre

We’re very fortunate in our part of North London as there is a thriving café culture with the culinary influences of many nationalities evident to see in the food offerings. We love welcoming our guests to our restful Christian guest house and we also like to make their stay as enjoyable as possible by helping them to plan where they can eat during their visit.

It really matters to us at The Highbury Centre that all of our guests have the best possible experience of staying with us. As well as accommodation, we offer our own local knowledge of the area and we’re very happy to make some suggestions for our guests’ time with us. Food is very important, whether you’re travelling alone and can please yourself or are balancing the need for nutrition with a range of likes and dislikes with a family group. Whatever your own personal favourites, we’re surrounded by lots of lovely restaurants, cafes and pubs, many of which are family-friendly.

The Highbury Barn is a 5-minute stroll from our guest house on Highbury Park. It’s a family-friendly pub with reasonably priced food, including meals suitable for vegetarians, vegans and those who are coeliac. The Little Highness Play Café is the partner restaurant a minute’s walk up Highbury Park. Offering breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, it is also the ideal place for families with children. It’s just the job for a relaxed snack and coffee and within shouting distance of The Highbury Centre. The children can run off any excess energy afterwards at Highbury Fields while the adults chill out with a coffee or enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the park.

Frank’s Canteen on Highbury Park is hugely popular with the locals and well worth the queues which often build up. While guests at The Highbury Centre have breakfast provided as part of their stay, any late risers may want to venture here if they miss breakfast serving times at the guest house. Breakfast is particularly popular with sourdough toast, granola with blueberries and Greek yoghurt and a full English with a twist plus many more dishes. Frank’s offers sugar-free Milly’s Kidchup tomato ketchup plus ethically sourced and biodegradable tea bags. There is also a simple but delicious lunch menu and plenty of drinks on offer.

Chilli and Spice on Newington Green Road offers a wide range of takeaway mouth-watering dishes. From mild lamb pasanda to scorching hot chicken naga, there’s something for everyone.

Check out the UberEats apps online to find out who can deliver your meal to The Highbury Centre.

As always, if you’ve got any questions, please ask our friendly staff. Remember, we’re not just a Christian guest house – we are your family away from home.

15th October 2019

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