1038 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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Muhib Indian Cuisine

Brick Lane
Indian££££
5.5/612
Muhib Indian Cuisine

Buddha Kitchen

Bromley Town Centre
Asian££££
4.5/646
Buddha Kitchen

Mala Indian Restaurant

St Katharine's Dock
Indian££££
4.7/6346
Mala Indian Restaurant
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No.7 Temple

Weybridge
Indian££££
5.1/6233
No.7 Temple

Sicily Restaurant

Belgravia
Sicilian££££
5.3/6162
Sicily Restaurant

Bangalore Express

City of London
Indian££££
5.0/620
Bangalore Express

The Cinnamon Club

Westminster
Indian££££
4.0/67
The Cinnamon Club

Everest Abercorn

Stanmore
Indian££££
4.5/6225
Everest Abercorn

M18

Stanmore
Indian££££
4.4/623
M18

Curryleaf East

City of London
Indian££££
4.5/662
Curryleaf East

Chutney's Euston

Euston
Indian££££
5.2/6114
Chutney's Euston

The Shahin Restaurant

Centre
Indian££££
5.3/618
The Shahin Restaurant

Spices of Datchet

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.4/640
Spices of Datchet

Cinnamon Bazaar

Covent Garden
Indian££££
3.0/63
Cinnamon Bazaar

Lahore Karahi

Tooting
Pakistani££££
4.8/630
Lahore Karahi

Cinnamon Kitchen

City of London
Indian££££
5.0/66
Cinnamon Kitchen

Chit Chaat Chai

Wandsworth
Indian££££
5.3/623
Chit Chaat Chai

Shilpa

Hammersmith
Indian££££
5.3/6145
Shilpa

The Gurkha

Town Centre
Nepalese££££
5.6/625
The Gurkha

Manjal Indian Restaurant

Isle of Dogs
Indian££££
5.0/6153
Manjal Indian Restaurant
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    Indian Restaurants in London: A Trip Down Brick Lane

    Strictly an Anglo-Indian invention, the the chicken tikka masala is now considered one of England’s national dishes and is beloved in London as well as all over the country. If you’re looking to find the best Indian restaurants in London you simply must take a trip to Brick Lane. Famous for its huge number of curry houses, this multicultural area is a hit with locals and tourists alike. Located in the central London Borough of Tower Hamlets, it is easily accessible by tube from all over town, and a great place to enjoy a cultural experience and indulge in some amazing food in the top Indian restaurants in London.
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    Indian Restaurants in London: Taste the Diversity

    With Indian cuisine as diverse as its people, you can find Indian restaurants in London representing the cuisines of many cultural groups. London has many South Indian restaurants serving food inspired by the cuisines of Kerala, where seafood is central to most meals, while Tamil Nadu dishes tend to be quite fiery. Most Indian restaurants in London offer tandoori dishes, cooked inside a traditional clay oven – the tandoor – for a distinctive Indian flavour. Perhaps one of the best features of Indian cuisine is the bread, like the soft and pliable naan, which is sometimes served with garlic or even cheese, nuts and raisins.
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    Find Quandoo’s Best Indian Restaurants in London

    Using Quandoo’s online search platform, it’s never been easier to locate your favourite (or new) Indian restaurants in London. Simply browse by cuisine (select Indian from the menu), location (convenient to you), and price (kind to your bank balance, or excessive!), then decide on which eatery you would like to visit. You can immediately book your table online, specifying the number of people and what time you’d like to arrive, and then begin collecting loyalty points that you can use towards a voucher at some of the best London Indian restaurants! It’s important to book online in advance, these popular London restaurants fill up fast!