Naan, chicken tikka masala, channa masala and all your favourites plus more await you at Aromas Tandoori Restaurant. Bring your own wine or beer along to this affordable restaurant down Forest Lane, and be sure to bring an appetite too – the portions here are quite substantial. Traditional food is the speciality at this local hotspot, and among all the old favourites you’ll also encounter specialities on the menu such as their fish curry, keema peas and chicken kalimirch (boneless chicken with black pepper, cream, ginger, garlic, onion and tomato). Found just a pakora’s throw from Forest Gate station, Aromas Tandoori is a magnet for London’s foodies, curry connoisseurs and adventurous diners, so make sure to book in advance to secure your table!
Friendly service and lovely food, superb naan breads and the lamb jalfrezi was excellent! Highly recommend, our group was all satisfied! They sell alcohol and I recommend the Khukuri beer!
Delicious food, good value, and we enjoyed the Nepalese beer and music. We are pleased to have this restaurant in our locality and plan to return.
Fantastic meal very reasonably priced. It was good to be able to meet the chef after the meal and say thank you personally. Small point, the website needs to be changed to say they now have a licence. We sampled an Indian Sauvignon Blanc which was delicious.
Great food friendly staff Would fully recommend to all Staff willing to make as hot or mild as you like Very wide menu,with good vegetarian options
Lovely New Years Eve meal. Had a sizzling main course mixed grill as starter for the two of us. Then Bhuna Chicken & Timur lamb (special Nepal pepper served with eggs). Plain naan (free with mixed grill but served with mains) & plain rice. With £5 corkage for bottle of wine (they do now serve drinks) bill came to £35.88. Result.
Really good quality dishes - some more unusual regional specialties, large portions and fair prices. The tikka dishes and curries were all excellent, with rich, spiced sauces. Good choice of Indian beers and wines also. Only downside was the service was very slow and we had to approach the (single) server behind the counter to pay.
Excellent food, piping hot and tastefully served. And at modest prices too. There is always a warm, friendly reception. They seem to have time for people.
Good food, prices good, view of stunning Forest Gate station redevelopment from window- what's not to like? Definitely worth a visit, good pub next door
Had a lovely birthday meal with friends. Food was good, particularly enjpyed the fish tikka. Reasonable prices and rather tasty organic white wine. Thank you.
Food was delicious and reasonably priced and the staff were attentive. Downsides though were the too loud music and the unchanged, badly stained table linen.