The team behind Dilchad London are supremely proud of their rich, colourful and unique history. This iconic restaurant located on Widegate Street, a stone’s throw from Liverpool Street tube station, has been serving Londoners high-quality Indian fare since 1962, only closing for refurbishment for 18 months in 2017. Talk about passion, right? The menu is extensive and brimming with all your favourite Indian classics, as well as some signature specialties that are well worth a try. Also, tea lovers should not miss the array of exclusive imported teas on offer at Dilchad. Book your spot now!
So what should you expect when dining at Dilchad London? Well, firstly you’ll find the interior is fresh, contemporary and welcoming with a stylish seating area that extends to the crockery used. Then, there’s the menu. Recently this Liverpool Street spot has overhauled its selection and it’s certainly made things even more enticing than before. To begin your Dilchat experience, we recommend the spicy Indian king prawns served with deep-fried puree bread; chicken chaat cooked in a spicy and tangy sauce and paneer tikka that’s been marinated in spices and cooked to absolute perfection.
For the main event, as you’d expect from any Indian restaurant in the heart of London, Dilchad boasts an array of meat, seafood and vegetarian dishes that range from mild and creamy to spicy and tangy. Some of our favourite Dilchad dishes include the whole lamb shank cooked in a spicy and sharp sauce; green chilli chicken cooked with fresh mushrooms, almonds and spices and the Dilchad special of minced lamb and chicken marinated with tomatoes, eggs, herbs and spices. You’ll also find plenty of tandoor dishes, classics like butter chicken and rogan josh, biryanis and sundries. Located on Widegate Street, a short way from Liverpool Street station, this is an Indian paradise at which to do yourself a favour and book a table.
Really high standard for the price. Lamb chop starter was banging, fresh naan, good range of different dishes. I am sure i will be back regularly!
Very good meal, served in a traditional restaurant that still has all the history of years of city workers going there for their regular “curries”.
Very good menu and service More heat in the medium and hot dishes welcome And fresher side salad please! Top dish were both of the thali!