1021 Restaurants in London: Indian

Indian Restaurants in London: A Long Curried History

If you ask Londoners what their favourite type of food is, chances are you are going to hear ‘curry’ (or at their least imaginative, 'butter chicken') an awful lot. Owing to England’s centuries-long connection with India through trade and colonialism, and postwar mass migration from the region, it didn’t take long for the British to realise how delicious and satisfying Indian food was – UK and London Indian restaurants started popping up everywhere. Indeed, he first Indian eatery is thought to have been opened in the early 19th century, and it wasn’t long before the curry gained popularity and grew to become one of the country’s favourite dishes.

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Mala Indian Restaurant

St Katherines Dock
Indian££££
4.7/6319
Mala Indian Restaurant

No.7 Temple

Weybridge
Indian££££
5.0/6217
No.7 Temple

Everest Abercorn

Stanmore
Indian££££
4.5/6206
Everest Abercorn
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The Thames

Waterloo
Indian££££
5.0/6138
The Thames

Mangal II

Dalston
Turkish££££
5.0/666
Mangal II

Manjal Indian Restaurant

Canary Wharf
Indian££££
5.1/6139
Manjal Indian Restaurant

Aladin Brick Lane

Brick Lane
Indian££££
4.7/6170
Aladin Brick Lane

Sicily Restaurant

Belgravia
Sicilian££££
5.3/6148
Sicily Restaurant

The Saffron Club

Blackheath
Indian££££
5.1/6106
The Saffron Club

Shilpa

Hammersmith
Indian££££
5.3/6138
Shilpa

Chutney's Euston

Euston
Indian££££
5.1/694
Chutney's Euston

Mumbai Square

Aldgate
Indian££££
4.5/6119
Mumbai Square

Lumbini

Uxbridge
Asian££££
5.1/6114
Lumbini

Mogul Indian Restaurant

Greenwich
Indian££££
4.8/673
Mogul Indian Restaurant

Chutneys Restaurant - Wimbledon

Wimbledon
Indian££££
5.2/6107
Chutneys Restaurant - Wimbledon

Tigerbay Shisha Lounge

Kingsbury
Drinks££££
4.7/640
Tigerbay Shisha Lounge

Sindhu Restaurant

Bisham
Indian££££
5.4/6101
Sindhu Restaurant

Mimosa - Camberley

Town Centre
Asian££££
5.2/668
Mimosa - Camberley

Rangrez - Hammersmith

Hammersmith
Indian££££
4.6/669
Rangrez - Hammersmith
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Monk Restaurant

Centre
Nepalese££££
5.4/634
Monk Restaurant
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