The love affair continues - You're never far from a curry house in London

Do you love Indian food? We do too, and that's why we dedicate ourselves to finding the best places to enjoy Indian cuisine in London. We've diligently scouted out the top eateries, and we've listened to our readers and their reviews of London restaurants. We share the places that get great buzz, like Lahore Kebab House, and we showcase the ones that have proven themselves over time, like Tamarind. We also point out good neighborhoods for Indian restaurants in the London - Chelsea area, for instance. When the craving hits, we'll make sure you get your fix!



A walk up and down London's Brick Lane, just near Liverpool Street Station will leave you spoilt for choice as to where to eat if you fancy a curry or something else from South Asia. But Aladin, has won several awards, and even been praised by...  Read More



Southall is one of THE places to go if you want authentic, cheap and delicious Indian food. This Punjabi place, run by a family who are Punjabis but grew up in Kenya serve up delicious piping food to order. The whole area has delicious smells...  Read More



This is South Indian vegetarian street food at its best. The atmosphere is sunny and simple and the food equally so. Just behind Euston Station, not far from Warren Street, this and many of the other restaurants in the same street, Drummond...  Read More



Set in the heart of Westminster, in what was once Westminster Library, the Cinnamon Club is old style colonial as far as decor goes, and New Indian cuisine with a twist in substance. The restaurant is light and airy, cream walls and solid...  Read More

Rasoi Vineet Bhatia


Vineet Bhatia says he came to London with nothing but ambition and a love of Indian food. He's managed to turn that winning combination into a first class restaurant. At Rasoi Vineet Bhatia Indian food is 'released' from its traditional copper...  Read More



Out of all the restaurants on Green Street, this looks one of the most unprepossessing, it's basically just a grill counter with already made curries to be served and warmed up, with a few formica tables in the back. But the freshly made naans...  Read More



As its name suggests, the Lahore Kebab house serves authentic Pakistani cuisine from its base in East London. They've been serving food here for over 40 years, and it's a family run business, currently managed by Mohammed Siddique and his two...  Read More



Zaika quite literally means sophisticated flavours and that's what you get when you dine in this restaurant in the heart of Kensington. The restaurant promises tradition and eastern flavours with a western twist. Innovation, and your old...  Read More



Tamarind has been open for 16 years now. This award winning restaurant in the heart of Mayfair, works at changing people's perceptions of the subcontinent's cuisine. Their chef, Alfred Prasad, was the youngest Indian chef to win a Michelin...  Read More

Stoke Newington


Rasa is a sanskrit word with several meanings, including beauty, delight, happiness and essence. The restaurants (because they're now a chain) all serve delicious South Indian food, delicately spiced with coconut, lemon, mango, cinnamon and...  Read More


Meet Emma Wallis

London gives Emma a warm fuzzy feeling every time she gets back to her home city. As a writer and broadcaster she travels extensively round Europe and the world, but is always happy to return to...  More About Emma