About The Saffron Club
About the restaurant
Quality is not an accident declares the menu at Tranquil Vale’s The Saffron Club. The food here is a blend of Nepalese and Indian, and draws on influences from across the region for a truly pan-Asian fusion menu, free from artificial colours and flavours for dishes that pack the aromatic flavours of the east subtly in this London favourite. Blackheath locals are heading there in droves and it's easy to see why with the aromatic flavours and affordable prices that set this curry house apart.
The team at this Blackheath classic, just south of Greenwich’s Observatory on Tranquil Vale, has made a name for itself with fusion dishes like goan prawns with coconut, generous barbecue platters to share and stir fried vegetables with fresh sea bass. The London dining scene is a crowded place, but by blending unique flavours and cuisines together, The Saffron Club has carved itself a niche as the place in the capital to get Nepalese and Indian food.
Drawing the majority of their influences from Nepal, a region famous for its diverse demographics and complicated history, is at the centre of the food at The Saffron Club, in London’s Blackheath. Nepal can be roughly divided into four regions: Pahadi, a mountainous region by the Himalayan mountain range, Newari, Tibetan and Terai (mostly Indian), with unique culinary ideas which have influenced the overall shape of Nepalese food. This is what makes The Saffron Club distinct, from their Tranquil Vale site, the team are doing interesting things with curry that are difficult to find anywhere else in the capital.