Totteridge Road Baptist Church is located in Enfield, North London. It situated within a quarter of a mile inside the M25 in the North East of Enfield and ten minutes from the local train stations "Turkey Street" or "Enfield Lock", which are on the Liverpool Street line. local buses are 279 and 121.
510 Hertford Rd, Enfield EN3 5SS, UK – 020 8805 9646
This place is my favourite Turkish restaurant, the service is always fantastic. The staff our friendly. The food of course is always amazing especially the mixed grill or the kebabs. There is also a car park located behind the restaurant.
Visited the restaurant for the first time yesterday in a large group. I loved it. The staff were very warm, accommodating and friendly. Service was surprisingly very quick. We ordered the grilled meat platter, king prawns & sea bass. All perfectly cooked, everything was outstanding! Large portions. Complimentary bread starter- which too was brilliant, soft, warm bread. And the Turkish tea was lovely. And they have a little kids play room - brilliant thinking!! Though there are only a few toys, it's more than enough for a child to expend some energy, & let mums have a meal in peace! Will definitely recommend & visit again! (My only suggestion is to provide some heating in the babies' changing toilet. It's way too cold to undress & change a little baby in there).
253 Southbury Rd, Enfield EN1 1RG, UK – 020 8363 6856
A nice Thai restaurant which is reasonably priced with good food. It has a very small car park at the front with spaces for about 3 cars so you are better off parking in the cinema/leisure centre complex opposite. It is recommended that you book as it gets busy especially at the weekend.
Incredible food and lovely service. I left feeling full and happy. We went for my Mum's birthday, they let us bring a cake, sing happy birthday and even gifted my Mum with a purse. Looking forward to going back.
Nicon House, 43 Silver St, Enfield EN1 3TN, UK – 020 8367 2060
Just popped in for lunch, as I happened to be passing. I shall be back. I ordered a straightforward lambs'-liver shish, and got a large plate that was half-full of meat, the other half being couscous and rice. Utterly delicious and well-prepared. But, before that, I was given a basket of warm bread with three dips and a huge salad: enough to be a meal on its own. The salad was so fresh it crunched. There was so much food that I couldn't finish it all. And every bit was good quality. But the eating didn't stop there. When they brought the bill, there were two pieces of baklava to go with it. Add to that friendly waiting staff and a very good price (less than £10), and I would count this as being the best lunch I have had for a long time.
Great lunch deal ... meal and soft drink for £6. But if you order salad check what it comes with... mine had Caesar sauce which I wasn't expecting and have preferred not to have. Staff are lovely