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The Indian restaurant scene of London is as diverse as anywhere in the UK, and whether you want a classic South Indian curry, a Pakistani tandoori joint or a Bangla special, you’re onto a winner when you hunt for Indian food in the capital. One aspect of the cuisine that can be lacking, however, is the common food from the streets of India, but if you’re in Twickenham then Noush in Richmond is one of the best Indian street food restaurants in London. Their range of specialities will be a godsend to anyone who has trod the roads of Mumbai, New Delhi and Kolkata. Take a trip out to Noush on Richmond Road and just remember to book a table in advance, as they can get as crowded as the Indian streets themselves.
The food here is fabulous...delicate flavours, beautifully spiced.. the starters were great, in fact you could have an entire meal of them..but then I would have missed the wonderful chicken biryanis. best Indian I have eaten..and reasonably priced. Will be going back.
This is an authentic Indian eating experience - not your late-night curry house. Elegant ambiance, friendly service and food that blends subtlety with exciting spice sensations. Good value and well worth a try.
India a massive country, and boasts a commensurately large menu when you set out to eat. What is noticeable, however, to anyone who has travelled as far as India is that the restaurants on offer are markedly different to those that one would visit back home. Indian restaurants in London often bear little to no relation to those found in Mumbai or Jaipur, and indeed, the restaurants that one comes across in Goa or Chennai may not even qualify as restaurants in the traditional sense. The street food scene in India is huge – though this isn’t a trendy thing, this is just where people eat – and if you’d like to taste a little of it in London, then you need to take a train out to Twickenham and Noush on Richmond Road.
They offer flavours from the streets of India – Konkani korma, Kerala prawn curry, Amritsari tikka – and a range of curries which take in both the classics of the genre and lesser known delicacies that will excite even the most seasoned spice hound. We’d recommend going for the thali and having a little bit of everything, or even better, going on the weekends for the Noush buffet lunch, which features an ever rotating selection of regional specialities from all over India. Reserve yourself a table and take the trip into Twickenham for some of the best Indian street food in London at Noush on Richmond Road.