Curry Leaves, London’s premier Indian-Nepalese restaurant, is the brainchild of Laxman Gurung, the restaurant’s talented head chef and owner, whose dream was to bring delicious South Asian cuisine to London. Born in Nepal, Gurung’s mother taught him how to cook from a very young age and instilled him with a passion for great traditional cuisine. Located on Falcon Road, just near Clapham Junction in Battersea, Curry Leaves is a product of love, and you can taste that in every single dish.
one of the best curries ive had in a long time, the fish madras was perfect strength and consistency, the mushroom rise was fluffy and tasty, very reasonably priced for London we paid about £20 a head including a couple of beers and popperdoms etc, the owner was very friendly and helpful, I would go out of my way when in London to go back there
Whether it’s for dine-in, takeaway, or delivery, the dishes at Curry Leaves near Battersea’s Clapham Junction are always made to impress. Open daily from 5:30 pm to 11:30 pm, this Indian-Nepalese eatery is ideal for impressing your dinner date with a unique and authentic meal. If you’d rather stay at home, London’s Curry Leaves offers free delivery for orders over £10, perfect for those nights when you want to binge-watch a series in your sweatpants.
Although the cuisine at London’s Curry Leaves is certainly of gourmet quality, the prices are surprisingly affordable and the portions are large. We recommend the restaurant’s 3-course set menu for first-timers – at only £11.50, guests are treated to their choice of starter, main course (made with meat, seafood, or vegetarian), a third course of vegetable side items and your choice of rice or naan. Be sure to try out the lamb badam pasanda, a dish made with barbecued lamb, sweet and sour sauce, cashews and almonds. Because of its popularity, it’s advised to make a reservation in advance at this restaurant on Battersea’s Falcon Road.