Best Indian Restaurants in London, UK

      London Indian restaurants including Michelin-starred venues are also part of London attractions like London Big Ben or the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. Curry based sauces are key to Indian cuisine in London.

Walking up Great Smith Street towards the Cinnamon Club, with spice aromas waft down on the breeze. The Cinnamon Club London Indian restaurant has unusual decor with with hundreds of books all around with the crisp white linens, lofty ceiling gallery of bookshelves. it is a modern up-market Indian restaurant in a former Victorian library.

    The Cinnamon Club is the Indian of choice for politicians and big-business types who enjoy everything cooked to perfection and contained unusual dishes by head chef Vivek Singh and his crack team of 18 chefs . The menu changes often.
Veeraswamy is unique Indian restaurant in London. Veeraswamy is the UK’s oldest surviving Indian restaurant established in 1926, has been restored for its 80th anniversary to reflect the glamour and glory it exuded in the 1920s. Veeraswamy has excellent food ideal and convenient business location (Nearset tube station Picadilly Circus). Veeraswamy London Indian restaurant has the luxurious and exotic interior and turbans belonging to the Indian maharajas who visited the restaurant in its early years are displayed on the walls.

A menu of Indian cuisine in London, are classic with some dishes seldom seen in Britain: raj kachori, fish paturi, vegetable chorchori. Desserts consist of modern versions of Indian sweet dishes, Chocolate Kulfi, Galubjamun and home­made Rasgollas.

The list of the restaurant's celebrity diners are Winston Churchill, Mahatma Gandhi, Charlie Chaplin, Laurence Olivier and Marlon Brando, King Karl Gustav of Sweden, King Hussein of Jordan, Mia Farrow, Sharon Stone and Pierce Brosnan

Rasoi Indian restaurant in London is a restaurant of Vineet Bhatia, long consi­dered one of Britain's most talented Indian chefs, and his wife Rashima. In January 2006 Rasoi London was awarded a much-coveted star by the Michelin Guide.

Designed by Rashima, the decor is lush and sensual. Everywhere vibrant saris frame the windows, silk cushions and sev­eral bells specially sourced from South Indian temples for the restaurant.

Rasoi Indian restaurant is tradi­tional Indian cuisine in London with a unique and modern and innovative eats such as tamarind and cumin glazed quails, ginger and chili lobster dusted with cocoa.