In a nutshell: Indian tapas in Fitzrovia
Summing it all up:The folk behind India's biggest food festival have launched this Indian small plates restaurant and cocktail bar
London's run of top new Indian restaurants continues with Mayfair's Jamavar. We head down to try it out.
What: Kheera Kitchen
In a nutshell: Fresh Indian food for a good cause
Summing it all up: Kheera Kitchen and Crisis are teaming up at the charity’s cafe on Commercial Street, where they’ll be serving up light Indian cuisine and helping vulnerable people at the same time.
Kricket has been winning fans in Brixton for their Indian small plates. Now they've come to the centre of town - we head along to find out what's new...
What: The Baluchi at The Lalit
In a nutshell: High-end Indian comes to town
Summing it all up: The Baluchi is best known abroad as a high-end Indian restaurant that's in luxury hotels throughout India. Now it's coming to London as part of the new Lalit hotel.
Christmas shoppers in Covent Garden who want to warm up with something spicy can now avail of curries, thalis and more at the freshly relaunched Masala Zone. The Covent Garden branch has just had a massive makeover, complete with a new menu and cocktail bar.
Some of the new dishes include
14/12/16 - updated with soft launch info
Based inside Pop Brixton, Kricket's menu of modern Indian small plates has been hugely successful and highly rated by the critics too. Now they're doubling up with a new restaurant that's coming to Soho.
It'll be a much larger site than the original - not surprising as that one is in a shipping container - fitting in 70 people across two floors. The main event
Pilau, who only a few weeks ago launched their very first bricks-and-mortar joint, have now opened their second branch in Soho.
They found a permanent home in Fitzrovia back in November, bringing with them all the robust Indian wraps they’re famed for, plus a few new items, like poppadoms, cold press coffee and overnight oats. Now they’ll be using the experience gained up in Goodge Street to launch their Soho branch, which will be
One of last year's biggest success stories was the opening of Hoppers in Soho - the Sri Lankan restaurant is still a huge hit today with queues to match. But from January, there will be another place to get your Hoppers fix as they head east to Swingers in Shoreditch.
As one of the street food highlights of the crazy golf spot, Hoppers will be joining Patty&Bun and Pizza Pilgrims with some of the best
We head to Soho to try out this one-dish restaurant - so can they cook a mean Biryani?
The latest from the people behind Eggbreak in Notting Hill is coming to Covent Garden next week. They're launching Tandoor Chop House which, as the name suggests, is a cross between a British chop house and a North Indian "communal eatery".
Much of the cooking will be based around their three big tandoor ovens which will be the focus of the room. From those, you can expect:
We stay in for once and have a top Indian meal from Motu delivered to us.
Pilau is the newest in a flurry of roving food vendors to find a home for just in time the winter. After a series of successful residencies, the Indian street food seller has opened its first permanent site in Fitzrovia, and will shortly be taking over another space in Soho before Christmas.
Those visiting their new Goodge street premises will be able to get your hands on a their hearty Indian wraps, choosing
South Woodford, tucked away out out in Zone 4, is experiencing something of a restaurant boom. Hard on the heels of the very well reviewed The Woodford is another imminent opening - Grand Trunk Road, a new Indian restaurant with a historically-inspired south Asian menu.
It’s the first solo venture from Rajesh Suri, formerly of Mayfair’s Tamarind, plus Imli and Zaika, who’ll be joining forces once more with head chef Dayashankar
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