London’s Tooting is full of great places to eat curry and for a fine example of Pakistani cuisine, diners need look no further than Lahore Karahi on Tooting High Street. This is only a small street corner restaurant but one that is critically-acclaimed and award-winning. The food is cooked with passion and radiates genuine Pakistani authenticity yet the whole menu is priced to please. Not just that, you’ll receive hospitality that’s typical of the Middle East, and you know the place is damn good because it’s packed out with locals every day of the week. It’s hard to overstate how good Lahore Karahi is – you simply have to try it.
For freshly made naan, fresh curries, delicious biryanis and all your other favourite Pakistani dishes, Lahore Karahi is the ultimate dining destination. This restaurant features incredible food at reasonable prices, and in addition to great food, they offer some of the friendliest service Tooting has to offer. Curry lovers come from all over London to this Tooting Broadway restaurant, so it stays busy most of the time (a reservation is always highly encouraged!).
Lahore Karahi in London offers a wide variety of delicious Pakistani and Indian specialities to satisfy your cravings. For vegetarians, we recommend the karahi chana with chickpeas, the chana aloo or the tasty vegetable korma, and for meat lovers the large mixed grill really hits the spot. On the weekends, stop in for chef’s specialities like the kofta anda, and at the end of your meal, be sure to take a dessert like their kulfi in flavours including mango, pistachio, strawberry and mango. Take the train down to Tooting Broadway for a meal you won’t forget, and don’t forget to book!
I was sceptical about visitng the place at once because of the limited ratings. But when visited it is to be noted that it is one of the hidden gems worth a visit. thanks for hosting me.
Very enjoyable evening with a bustling environment, food was very nice. I would recommend the mixed grill and the mango lassi! A very nice experience and I will visit again.
A great place to eat with the Mughal influence of Indian cuisine. The staff were attentive, and the food good. We were able to bring our own drinks to the place as they do not serve alcohol. Overall a place worth a visit.