For an Indian experience like no other in the area, head on over to Nazmin’s Indian in Earlsfield. Located on Garratt Lane, Nazmin’s Indian has been a favourite among London curry lovers ever since 1966, known for its stylish decor, inventive menu and unique spins on time-honoured Indian recipes. We recommend beginning your meal with the king prawn puriwala (spicy sliced king prawns served with five small pancakes), before moving on to some garlic lamb, fish bhuna or the special bengal chicken. To guarantee a table at this Earlsfield hotspot, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
Always brilliant. Service is great, food fantastic. Best curry house in Earlsfield. They have an alcohol license now as well. They deliver as well, will return soon.
Brilliant food, friendly service, would definitely recommend for people to eat here
We found the waiter was very attentive to us throughout the meal. The food was also really good and we would definitely recommend this restaurant.
We use Nazmins very often, it’s a fantastic restaurant, the tandoori king prawns and plain naan are the best we have ever eaten, all our dishes are always excellent too, can’t recommend any highly, enjoy.
The food was lovely , fresh and tasty . We were surprised they didn't sell alcohol and then charged quite a lot to bring our own . I think if they don't have an alcohol license they should incur the fee and not the customer who is already put out . That would be my main negative point . Otherwise overall was fine and we would go back .
Excellent restaurant. Wonderful food and extremely helpful staff. Loved the mixed starter for 2-4 (definitely more for 4) and the ice creams were a new experience for me. Remember to take your own wine if required! Looking forward to returning soon!
The food was good and most of the staff were polite and attentive, but slow-when we arrived, there were only 4 tables out of potentially 10 with people already being served, yet we sat there for about half an hour before our order was taken. Equally, we were told to wait 5 minutes for the bill to be brought to us.
Food was nice but service was poor. Also we had to pay for the chutney , onion salad and popadoms, which I’ve never had to pay for in a Indian shop ever.
The food was nice, the staff wasn’t very friendly and got charged £9 for 5 popadums and Mango chutney which is rediculous. Won’t be returning