Situated just steps from Paddington station and minutes from London’s beautiful Hyde Park, The Mughals Restaurant on London Street serves some of the city’s very best Indian specialties. An elegant yet laid-back atmosphere makes the restaurant ideal for any occasion, and with seating for up to 60 guests, The Mughals Restaurant is perfect for private hire. A household name in the heart of London, this Indian eatery is open every day to serve you the finest curries near Hyde Park.
London’s beautiful Paddington is home to numerous fine dining establishments, some of which are stuffy and overpriced. Breaking away from this image is The Mughals Restaurant, where fine Indian cuisine is served in lovely surroundings that are charming while still remaining unpretentious. With some of the friendliest servers in the city, The Mughals Restaurant makes sure that each and every guest is looked after and taken care of, all the while serving the London’s most flavourful curries, breads, rice dishes and desserts.
At The Mughals Restaurant, diners choose between a varied assortment of dishes made with lamb, chicken, seafood, or vegetables. With a menu featuring clearly marked ingredients specifying which items contain nuts or dairy products, guests with food allergies or dietary restrictions are easily able to distinguish which dishes are most suitable to eat. Spicy classics like chilli chicken masala and lamb dansak are perfect for spice lovers, while the chicken saag and prawn korma are ideal for milder palates. A meal at The Mughals Restaurant on London Street in Paddington wouldn’t be complete without a side order of their famous naan, and be sure to order one of the signature cocktails, a perfect accompaniment to wash everything down before indulging in one of the restaurant’s decadent desserts.
I was most impressed with this restaurant - truly first class Indian food and a reasonable price for its location in London. The staff were helpful and cheerful throughout.
it was a normal indian Restaurant, good and ok, normal
It's a good place to eat some indian food. Restaurant's people is really taking care of you and it's a great pleasure to have a meal at this place.
Very tasty!! Not spicy but full of those great Indian flavors. Try the many different naan's you won't be disappointed. Reservations are easy via quandoo or their website.
We booked for 8.00 pm and because of traffic delays arrived 20 minutes late. At first they didn't want to give us a table and we would have had to wait for another 30 minutes but they relented and seated us near the window which was fine. After that the food was pretty good - my colleague particularly was impressed by the prawn puri -and the service was fast.
Food was excellent, and the portions generous compared to most Indian restaurants. The butter chicken and Lamb Korai especially good. The dahl was runny and disappointing. The staff rather pre-occupied and aloof. Our table, as with a lot in the first part of the restaurant, meant that you were constantly being bumped into by staff and arriving customers. The lighting is not very attractive, so ambiance altogether does not match up to the food.
Second time I have been here and I will visit again. Food could have been a bit spicier but it was tasty anyway. I regularly stay at a hotel close by so it's convenient, located close to Paddington Station and Tube. Reasonably priced and the service is fine although a little slow last nite. Only complaint; limited wine list!
The food was good, especially the naan. However, it really felt like the waiters were rushing everything. Granted, we were there close to closing time, but it really felt like the staff were rushing to get us to leave. This made our visit less enjoyable. Not sure I would return.
The food was good and service excellent, would not hesitate to recommend this Restruant you would get a very good Indian. All of us had different dishes ranging from tikka Marsala to vindaloo and they all were orthantic
The overall service was good - almost too fast. Although I had booked I was just shown to the nearest table and they didn't ask for my name. The chicken tikka masala tasted good and but with no dish warmer it soon cooled down.