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London tandoori restaurants are ten a penny and you’re always spoiled for choice when you embark out for an Indian in the capital. Not all curry houses were created equal, however, so it becomes something of a task to discern the good from the truly great. Tandoori Nights in Dulwich are easy to identify – they’re very much in the latter category. Their menu elevates them from the standard curry house by indulging in authentic dishes straight from the bazaars of India, particularly regional specialities and street food favourites. Book a table today and set a course for Lordship Lane for one of the most unique Indian restaurants in South London.
Lovely food. Great atmosphere. Impressive collection of Indian beer. Will definitely return again in due course! Popadoms were fab! We had a really great time! Many thanks
it is a great place, the food is delicious, there is big choices but every dish is made perfectly, the atmosphere is very nice, the staff are helpful and polite, it is also a children friendly place. we will go there every time we grave good Indian food
First time. The manager met us at the door, extremely polite. The restaurant was packed but we did not have to wait long for our table which we pre-booked. Well, believe when we tell you, the food was just superb. We unfortunately could not order the king prawns as they had completely sold out, but if they were as good as the mixed grill, chicken korma, okra, beautifully cooked with ginger, we are not at all surprised. The service they provide is of such a standard they make you feel very special. Nothing is too much. Guys, considering this was our first time, and we love asian food. WE SALUTE YOU. total value for money. GREAT FOOD.
When you arrive at Tandoori Nights, the logical place to begin is with the tandoor oven. Certainly their selection on Lordship Lane in Dulwich will not be a let down: they do a mean line in chicken and lamb tikka (as a starter or a main), as well as king prawn and salmon tikka for the seafood lovers. Don’t stop there, however. They’ll rustle up any number of your favourite curries, from crowd pleasers like lamb passanda, chicken korma and tikka masala to more obscure offerings such as the Pakistani favourite handi, so named after the traditional iron pan in which it is cooked and which is said to impart a special flavour to the dish.
What separates Tandoori Nights in Dulwich from the also-rans of London curry houses is their dedication to Indian street food. Machi haandi lazeez features salmon strips simmered in hot coconut milk and spiced with mustard seeds and cumin, hariali is sweet yet hot and tempered through use of mint whereas the murgh desi is a chicken dish that is found on almost every street corner in India, chicken on the bone cooked simply in a fiery gravy with plenty of aromatic spices. Make the journey to Lordship Lane in Dulwich for a truly authentic curry in South London at Tandoori Nights – just make sure that you book in advance to avoid disappointment.