Curry in London?
Well, I’ll recommend my old local, then! Nothing glamorous, just a lovely curry house with great food and excellent service.
Paradise, Denbigh Street, SW1.
Memories of India, Gloucester Rd, SW7. Haven’t been for a year or so, but was good then.Posted 5 months ago
Chutney Mary. An institution, but a good one!
Cinnamon Club. Expensive, but some occasional moments of utter amazement on the menu.jambalayaSubscriber
Amaya in Belgravia is oustanding, expensive though
Cinamon Club is very good. Taramind I have enjoyed although not been for years.
I am a fan of Brick Lane but it seems you are not OP, you said “curry” Cinamon Club etc are high quality Indian restuarants not curry houses.Posted 5 months agosmell_itMemberdeadkennySubscriber
Thing with Brick Lane is not falling for the first decent sounding offer and walk on by to check them all out. It’s hard to judge what’s going to be a good place though.
I’ve not been that often so can’t recommend anything, or remember what places I’ve been in, but they’ve been pretty decent from what I remember. Nothing outstanding (whereas recently, best curry place I’ve ever been in was in Biggar up in Scotland. Bit far to go though 😉 )Posted 5 months agojimdubleyouSubscriber
We have quite a few folk at work who live in / are from India. When they come over to visit, they go here at least once a week:
Bit far from central, but worth it apparently.
If you’re not straying from zone 1, this place was amazing the last time I went, but that was a while ago – http://www.veeraswamy.com/Posted 5 months ago
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