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Found on Turnberry Quay on London’s Isle of Dogs, Manjal Indian Restaurant brings South Asian heat to Isle of Dogs and Millwall foodies and spice lovers. The chefs of this local hotspot are incredibly experienced, and they display their skills through serving diners some of the finest Indian dishes in all of London. Just steps from Crossharbour DLR station and the Pepper Street bridge (and not far from Canary Wharf tube station), Manjal is a stunning location for lunch or dinner, seven days a week.
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Fantastic meal, in their shiny new venue, and great friendly service as always. Recommend the lamb chop starter and also the ‘shredded’ paneer dish - will be back very soon!
Lovely authentic Indian food with nice river side view. S
We were very late but they understood our reason and had our reservation ready and were very friendly ,clean, food was awesome Very happy with restaurant Would definitely recommend to all friends and family
Easily reachable from Milwall and Pepper Street on London’s Isle of Dogs, Manjal Indian restaurant on Turnberry Quay impresses diners not only with their superlative Indian dishes, but also their chic and sophisticated dining space. Complete with a modern bar and an upscale seating area with lovely decorations, the restaurant is particularly suited for a romantic evening out or a chic dinner party with friends or family.
Folks working or living around London’s Canary Wharf and the Isle of Dogs know that Manjal Indian Restaurant is the place to go for serious curries ni the area. Broccoli varuval (a South Indian broccoli dish), tandoori lamb chops and the tiranga chicken tikka are ideal dishes for starting out your meal right, while the kaadai fry (a full quail tossed in South Indian spices with onion and tomato) is a unique starting point for the restaurant’s adventurous diners. The mains on offer are just as incredible – go for the aubergine curry, egg masala, or chicken saagwala when you’re looking for dishes that are hearty and traditional. The restaurant also offers a number of dosas with various fillings such as potato masala, cottage cheese and onions. We recommend trying all of it – just make sure to reserve ahead of time!
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