There are superb Indian restaurants up and down the UK, and all across London. In the heart of the city, in Euston, there is only one place to go if you have a craving for curry: Drummond Street. The run from Euston station to Regent’s Park is the home of Indian food in the city centre, and to compete in this cutthroat curry cataclysm, a restaurant has to be good. So when we recommend Chutney’s Euston, we do so with some confidence. They’ve been on Drummond Street since 1987, and their survival for all those years has been built on a reputation for superb vegetarian Indian food, with a range of Gujarati style thalis, Madras-style dosas and the full range of meat-free masterpieces from all over the North of India. Book a table now and head on over for a superb meal.
With the UK’s love-affair with all things Indian showing no signs of slowing down, it comes as no surprise that London is where you’ll find the best of the best. With jokes a plenty of the city having an Indian joint on every corner, most London folk will know that for the some of the best Indian in the city, Drummond Street in Euston is where you need to head. And specifically head to Chutney’s Euston. This South Indian, vegetarian haven boasts an extensive menu packed with all the dishes you’d expect, and much, much more.
Start things off at Chutney’s Euston with a few starters to share – the Kerala platter is a good plate to start, and it comes with samosas and bhajis as well as specially selected dishes by the chef. Following on, opt for a paneer saag dosa with fresh spinach, paneer, and a sambhar and coconut chutney, or tuck into uthappam, a lentil pizza topped with tomatoes, onion, spices and coconut. With a range of classic curries as well, you’re sure to find exactly what tickles your fancy at Chutney’s Euston. A stone’s throw from London Euston station and Euston Square tube, we recommend paying them a visit as soon as you can – but remember to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
One of our favourite restaurants that keeps us returning again and again. Fantastic value for money, with a wide and varied menug. Great food lotss of choice and good service
Chuntneys is a brilliant Indian vegetarian restaurant, although for some reason it was very cold in the restaurant. Very good value for money, definitely recommend.
Amazing food at an amazing price! Always a pleasure to eat here and staff were very friendly. Would really recommend, even on a street where the other Indian restaurants are good Chutneys stands out.
We had a reunion of old friends. Food was as good as it was 30 years ago when I first went there. Staff were brilliant.
The food is delicious, authentic and really well prepared Indian. And good prices. The ambiance was a loud chatty Friday night. The waiting staff brought the food quickly after ordering - we were a group of 7, the restaurant was packed, but service was always fast. Our table became very cluttered as they left empties on the table throughout the meal. Don’t take the table on the diagonal from the door. We were not warm enough and got cold blasts every time people arrived and left. I like that they let us linger a couple of hours after we finished our meal, chatting till closing time. I would go again and again and again for the food.
Chutney's Euston Food quality is always excellent- vegetarian and vegan and never any eggs in anything. You can bring your own bottle as they don't sell. Try the Mushroom Bhaji!! Yumm!
Wonderful Indian vegetarian food. I can not remember he names of the starters ! However we all agreed that they were delicious. My main course was a Dossa and it was amazing ! The drinks including the Lime juice drink was also brilliant. Including a tip the food came to £16 a head, and it was well worth it !
Our first visit. We chose Chutney's because it was the near the theatre we had booked tickets for, and came up on Google maps. We read a variety of reviews, positive and some less so. But for us everything was good... the food was tasty, the service was fine and the folk friendly. We will come again if visiting this part of London. Recommended.
Good value buffet lunch and wide range of vegetarian dishes. Also good range of non-alcoholic drinks at reasonable prices. The staff were very helpful at getting one of us who is disabled into the restaurant. Negotiating the 2 or 3 steps outside would be helped by a rail, and the toilets, which were modern and clean, were down a steep flight of stairs.
The food was delicious and satisfying - we had dosas, two different kinds, with a vegetable side dish, and then enjoyed a long chat in a peaceful atmosphere before we had masala chai and coffee to finish. The service was friendly and efficient. Overall good value for money, and not too noisy.