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A family-run restaurant headed up by husband and wife team Faheem Vanoo and Shilpa Dandekar, London’s Pure Indian Cooking has been offering up their modern take on Indian food since 2015. The experienced chefs have great credentials and it really shows. You can expect Indian classics like tandori duck, lamb biryani or prawn masala that are presented with precision, making the food as attractive as it is tasty. The vibrant restaurant on Fulham High Street offers a much different experience to your typical Indian restaurant, so why not give it a try by booking a table today?
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This Fulham restaurant goes way beyond the standard Indian restaurant offerings with its menu full of exciting choices, ranging from traditional to modern dishes, all served up in its sleek surroundings. Dishing up authentic goodness to the people of southwest London, at Pure Indian Cooking you’ll find an array of starters. To sample a wide selection of them we recommend beginning with the sharing board (tandoori paneer & vegetables, chilli fried squid, spinach salad, curried cashew nut, malai tikka, and seekh kebab).
Some of the delicious main course options on offer here include coconut lamb (lamb cooked in onion and tomato masala finished with fresh ground coconut), and the murgh khatta pyaaz (chicken cooked with pickled silver skin onion and tomato masala) while vegetarians will love the range of choices like the lasooni palak (creamy spinach with brown garlic and dry fenugreek leaves). For an unforgettable Indian feast in London’s Fulham area, book a table at Pure Indian Cooking on Fulham High Street, a few moments away from Putney Bridge station.