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Lust has something of a bad rap, what with this Deadly Sins nonsense that this Dante fella has been pushing. We’re here to tell you that, like with most things, a little bit of what you fancy won’t do you any harm, and as such, we invite you to Dine In Lust at Felton’s Staines Road restaurant in West London. There is Indian food enough to encourage one or two other sins (hello, gluttony) if you’re not careful.
As always, love going here, it has Great food and really friendly staff. I will go back again. Thanks for a great curry. Thanks again.
Great food, will use again for sure. I like going to this place as it never disappoints me. Looking forward to next time. Thank you.
Really love the food from this place. Had another great experience. Service was good, food was good, atmosphere was good. Thanks for a good evening.
Now, Indian restaurants are ten-a-penny in this part of the world, in fact, West London has some of
the capital’s finest Indian eateries. What sets In Lust apart, other than its forceful name, of course, is
its commitment to serving superior Indian food – beautifully presented. Masterchef has taught us all
that presentation is of the utmost important (thanks Messers Torode and Wallace) but for some
reason this hasn’t generally extended to Indian food. No more! The Staines Road team are having
none of this, and the food here is nothing short of beautiful to behold.
In a dining room that’s as simple as the food is beguiling, all chic white and stiff-backed chairs. With a Happy hour that is fast becoming a local favourite, only natural when you can get a proper meal delivered to for less than a fiver. There is no doubt that In Lust is offering something unique, and punters are voting with their feet for the Felton eatery – make a reservation if you plan to head over at the weekend, it gets busy!