Alayo Kitchen Restaurant London

Alayo Kitchen Restaurant is one of the authentic bistros in London, where one can taste the traditional African and Caribbean dishes. Despite being a small eating venue, Alayo Kitchen Restaurant has lot to offer to its visitors, who come to this place from all over London. The reason behind the success story of Alayo Kitchen Restaurant is that it not only produces high quality and appetizing food, but also serves big portions of meals to their guests at reasonable prices. This sort of combination is hard to find elsewhere, therefore quality conscious and tasteful people kept this place bursting. Aside from dining in, Alayo Kitchen Restaurant also offers takeaway service that too remains in high demand. In a nutshell this place has almost every fine quality that a exploratory food lover seeks in a restaurant.

Contact: +44 20 7639 0055

Instructions

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    Products & Services

    -African Food
    -Caribbean Food
    -Take Away

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    Location

    18 Peckham Park Road, London, SE15 6TW, United Kingdom

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    How to Get to Alayo Kitchen Restaurant

    By Tube

    Bermondsey tube station is the nearest London Underground to Alayo Kitchen Restaurant. Commuters of Bermondsey tube station wouldn’t face much problem in getting to Alayo Kitchen Restaurant from this tube station, if they head in the west course on Jamaica Road/A200 towards Ben Smith Way, turn left onto St. James's Road. It is about 1.2 miles away from Alayo Kitchen Restaurant and this distance can be covered by walk, approximately in 24 minutes. For further assistance see the Directions to Alayo Kitchen Restaurant from Bermondsey Tube Station.

    By Bus

    Some buses also have stops near Alayo Kitchen Restaurant. Therefore people can also use buses in order to drop at the nearest bus stop, Peckham, Peckham Park Road (Stop SF) of Alayo Kitchen Restaurant. The bus numbers that will take you to this stop are 78, 381 and N381. The distance from this bus stop to Alayo Kitchen Restaurant is about 69 ft, which a patron can cover on foot, if he or she is fully hale and hearty.

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