Best Lunches-To-Go


They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but we all know that lunch is where the cravings kick in and you want something nutritious and delicious.

With the constraints of just an hour (we vote that London should have siestas like Spain), time is of the essence so here’s our noteworthy lunch spots, where you can grab and go!


bento box

Located in the oasis that is St Christopher’s Place, Cocochan is a Pan-Asian restaurant that offers a fantastic lunchtime deal with its Bento Box. Available every day from 12 – 3.30pm, choose from sushi, meat, seafood or vegetarian bento as well as a choice of soup too. Prices start from£13.50.


Photo credit: Paul Winch-Furness

Filled with flavour Tortilla’s Burritos and Tacos are the perfect lunch time meal. Pick and choose your fillings to suit your mood (and hunger level). If you’re after something healthy, then the naked burrito is good option. Having been voted the best Mexican restaurant & take away, expect to find a queue at popular times, but the wait is worth it!

Hummus Bro’s


A new favourite, Hummus Bro’s use hummus as it core ingredient across its menu. From epic salad bowls lined with the tastiest hummus from £5.65 to its sweet potato falafel, salad and aubergine dip wrap for only £4.95, it’s all heavenly.

Melt Room


For cheese and sandwich lovers alike, the Melt Room is a must with its grilled cheese toasties. With a menu of innovative fillings like the Slow & Low Shoulder of Lamb and the Pastrami which is served with mushrooms and horseradish, rest assured this will become a regular lunch spot. For those with a sweet tooth, look out for the Banoffee Melt and the Nutella & Mascarpone Melt.



Nailing the food-to-go experience is Wasabi has a number of locations around Oxford Street. Offering a mix of sushi, salads, soups and a hot food selection that includes its rated Katsu Curry – it’s hard not to be enticed in every time you walk by. Find something that hits the spot whilst still being healthy.

M&S Food Hall


Whether you’re East or West on Oxford Street, you can find an M&S Food Hall. Filled with the finest quick bites from its classic meal deals to 2 for £3 salad pots you’ll find something to satisfy that lunch time hunger. If you’re looking to sit in and fancy something hot, then look no further than the M&S Café.

Golden Union


This lunch time recommendation is reserved for those days where comfort food is necessary, we’re referring to those very hungover Friday’s after your ‘just one drink Thursday’ turned into a wild one. Serving up a generous portion of quintessential Fish n Chips, Golden Union will fill that void in your stomach with sustainable fish and hand cut chips to make you smile from ear to ear.