Dunlai Restaurant London

Arican cuisine, known for it’s distinct and mouth watering taste made it’s way to United Kingdom after the advent of immigration from African coutries in the past century. London’s Southern flank boasts several African eateries that serve tasty food to the diners. One amongst these is the Dunali Restaurant situated at Plumstead High Street. Known for the succulent and finger-licking African dishes, the eatery is visited by numerous people every day and is equally loved by immigrant population as well as native people of United Kingdom. It is common for South Londoners to stop by at the eatery to grab snacks on their way to home from work. The staff employed by Dunlai Resturant is well-versed in African gastronomics and pleasently guides the guest whenever needed. The management of restaurant has succeeded in receiving positive reviews from the food buffs and is committed to extend and achieve their targets and explore newer horizons in the spheres of gastronomy. If you get a chance to visit Plumstead then don’t forget to dine in at Dunlai restaurant.

Contact: +44 20 8317 7777

Instructions

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    Products / Services of Dunlai Restaurant

    - African Cuisine
    - Dine-In option for lunch and dinner

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    Operational Hours of Dunlai Restaurant

    The eatery is open all seven days a week. From Monday to Saturday the restaurant remains open from 12:00 noon to 11:30 pm. On Sunday the restaurant timing is from 4:00 pm till 11:30 pm.

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    Location of Dunlai Restaurant

    250 Plumstead High Street, London, SE18 1JN, United Kingdom

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    How to Get to Dunlai Restaurant

    Tube station is not present close to the Dunlai Restaurant, so when we talk about reaching this restaurant then bus is the best option.

    By Bus

    Bus stop of ‘Purrett Road (Stop H)’ is situated across the street. One can use any of the buses numbering 177, 180, 469 or N1 to reach this bus stop. View Map

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