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4.9 /6 Excellent 43 Reviews

Chutney's Euston

Euston Indian ££ +100
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About Chutney's Euston

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.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Tuesday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Wednesday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Thursday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Friday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Saturday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Sunday 12:00 - 22:30
Chutney's Euston, 124 Drummond Street, NW1 2PA London

Further Information

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.

CHEF'S CHOICE

43 Reviews

4.9 /6 Excellent 43 Reviews
Food: delicious
Service: friendly
Quality/Price: great value
Noise: quiet
Atmosphere: entertaining
Waiting Time: no waiting time
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1 review so far 6
27.08.2017 11:01

Excellent food, at unbelievable price! Service, as always is polite and quick and the food choice in the buffet is excellent. Highly, highly recommended to anyone!

2 reviews so far 6
22.08.2017 22:35

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 !

1 review so far 6
15.08.2017 08:45

Quiet, relaxing, service very good to let you get on with your evening. They even allowed us to bring our own alcohol and consume with our meals.

1 review so far 6
05.05.2017 13:35

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!

1 review so far 5
02.11.2016 08:22

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.

1 review so far 5
15.05.2017 07:55

Delicious fresh food in the Sunday buffet beautifully presented. Large range of starters, salads, mains and desserts. Yummy poppadoms and chutneys too. Good dessert buffet but gulab jamuns could be better - i prefer them hot. Kheer (rice pudding) was perfect - rich and creamy. Good service. I think they were surprised we left a generous tip.

1 review so far 4
16.12.2016 10:41

Food was pretty good. Might have been nicer to enjoy were the courses not served within three minutes of one another - waiter said he thought we had finished, but instead of taking back the mains, decided to squeeze them on to an already packed and small table. Very fast, but very blunt, service. Food great all the same. Go, just smile as you walk in :)

2 reviews so far 6
15.01.2017 13:03

The buffet was amazing - a huge variety of good quality vegetarian food, plus several dessert options. It's also excellent value for money - there were two of us: we were both stuffed and, including soft drinks, our bill came to less than £20.

1 review so far 6
29.09.2016 09:21

Always a great place to go, the food is brilliant and the simple canteen buffet style is extremely versatile - works equally well for large and small groups, quick lunches and longer affairs.

1 review so far 6
18.02.2017 09:35

We sat upstairs which is always my preference, even though the restaurant was busy we weren't rushed at all. Great food as usual, friendly service and the freshly squeezed juices were delicious.

1 review so far 6
07.11.2016 12:32

Really tasty food; affordable. No alcohol served in the restaurant, but you can always pop across the road to the pub for a beer afterwards or even before. Highly recommended restaurant!

1 review so far 5
02.11.2016 12:04

Excellent casual restaurant to meet friends. Not too frilly. All vegetarian. Good food and pleasant atmosphere. (Non alcoholic too, which could be a plus or minus.). Just around the corner from Euston station so easily accessible.

1 review so far 5
17.07.2017 13:05

Nice atmosphere, good welcome, very reasonable, very good grub😊 Good mix of dishes on the buffet, constantly replenished. Flovours not always outstanding but great value tasty well presented veggie food. Recommended by a fussy foodie😉

1 review so far 6
19.03.2017 08:05

Good quality, fresh and delicious Indian vegetarian food. Great value at £6.99 all inclusive. We went on a Saturday lunchtime expecting it to be quiet, but it was buzzing.

1 review so far 5
11.04.2017 08:54

Book before going as it does get crowded. It is very easy to eat too much as there were 28 dishes! So just go easy when loading your plate. Great to sample different dishes.

1 review so far 5
12.10.2016 19:42

Had the delicious meal with 20 ingredients, Wasn't as hot as I expected but was still delicious, the tandori chicken of my cousin was delicious, and every dishes I got to taste were perfect

1 review so far 5
15.09.2017 09:29

My third time here for the lunch buffet - no complains so far. Reasonable price considering the area its in, and good tasty food. Would recommend if you're looking for a quick, filling meal.

1 review so far 6
25.03.2016 01:04

This is my absolute fave restaurant in London. V cheap and v fun - BYOB and great for large groups. Have been 3 times in the past month.

1 review so far 6
29.11.2016 07:51

Enjoyed the friendly service and good Indian vegetarian food. Better the more people in the party and then the dishes can be shared and savoured. Thank you,..... Brian

1 review so far 4
22.06.2017 08:34

Very comfortable and pleasant. Perfectly good service. Was hoping for authentic South Indian cuisine and although there are plenty of South Indian-style dishes at a really good price, they were fine rather than really good; very Brit-friendly rather than truly authentic.