Indian Fusion restaurant, despite the name, actually specialises not so much in fusion cuisine but fantastic, traditional Indian dishes. A new player in Tower Bridge’s dining scene, this Southwark Indian restaurant is undoubtedly a top spot in London if you’d like to enjoy Indian and South Asian specialties. Ideal for drinks or a meal with family and friends, you can at least expect a fantastic fusion of friendly service, tasty Asian subcontinental dishes, and great value for money at this Tower Bridge Road restaurant.
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Could not have been better! The food was absolutely delicious with lovely flavours and perfectly cooked. The service was excellent and the presentation of the food was great. The manager and staff were very friendly and helpful. Absolutely perfect.
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It’s Indian Fusion’s mission to bring London curry fans the cream of the crop when it comes to classic Indian and South Asian cuisine. Book a table at their Tower Bridge Road premises and start off with a chef’s special, Bombay fish cakes, before trying out a house specialty; perhaps the famous Goan-style lamb or chicken curry or the equally renowned Kashmiri lamb rogan josh. There’s also a small but succulent selection of the chef’s special biryani, fish and seafood at this Southwark Indian restaurant. The dumpukht biryani with either lamb or chicken is a recipe from old Delhi that just by itself puts Indian Fusion on the map of London’s finest Indian restaurants.
We must confess that if you look long and hard at Indian Fusion’s menu after being seated by the friendly staff at this Southwark restaurant, there are indeed what you could call fusion dishes available. The lamb or chicken tikka masala is an Anglo-Indian classic, the badami lamb chops are marinated overnight in medium Afghani spices, and there’s also good old butter chicken on the list of all-time favourites. Match a dish with Indian beer or something from the wine list and enjoy a brilliant Indian Fusion dinner down Tower Bridge Road. And, if you’re interested in booking out Indian Fusion in part or in whole, for private parties, corporate events, special occasions and more, just ask.