Eat delicious traditional Indian food in London, UK

  Searching for Indian restaurants in London? In London you can dine out on delicious Indian food for reasonable prices. Indian restaurants in London, ideal for any occasion. There are a wide choice of restaurants Indian London from curry houses in London to great Indian restaurants in London, from places to eat cheap Indian food in London to places with great service and value.

Brilliant is The British Curry Award's Best Indian Restaurant in the London Suburbs 2007/2008/2009 and Brilliant is the only Indian restaurant in the UK that receive special recognition in The Good Food Guide.  In Brilliant Princess Diana dined, and Prince Charles, Tony Blair and John Major

 

Inside plasma screens show Bollywood films, and turbaned waiters dressed in crisp black attire. Food in this restaurant Indian cuisine in London is very authentic.

Although the Brilliant specialises in Punjabi, or largely from northern India cuisine, many dishes have a uniquely East African taste. There is also healthy dishes (using less oil), such as tandoori salmon, prawns, and terrific paper-thin Romali bread.
India Club is a budget Indian restaurant in London. Inside, London businessman and students enjoy the authentic Indian food, at very good value. The food is delicious, the service friendly and fast and the atmosphere cosy and welcoming. They have also veg curry for Vegetarians Indian restaurant in London.
     Interior takes you on an adventure back to the days of the Raj. You enter the charmingly eccentric India Club, which has remained much the same since it opened in 1947.

Imagine photos of Gandhi and the Indian independence era on the walls, bottle-green leather chairs, menu and wooden laminate tabletops. Indian Club London is situated exceptionally convenient to SouthBank and West End attractions.

Lahore Kebab House is for curry lovers is a Indian restaurant in the East End London on a side street in deepest White chapel.

Through a large glass window at the front of the building, everybody can observe a dozen chefs at work in the kitchen, tending to sizzling kebabs on the grill, baking breads in a traditional clay oven and wielding pans of spicy curry on gas burners.

Lahore's mixed starter of chicken tikka, lamb cutlets and seekh kebab is legendary, and almost a meal in itself; special mains such as lamb chop curry on Fridays and paya (lamb's foot) are served on weekends. Alcohol is not for sell here.