About The Saffron Club

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.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm


The Saffron Club
39 Tranquil Vale, Blackheath
London SE3 0BU

Menu Highlights



Momo (Veg or Lamb)

Dumplings filled with Vegetables or lamb mince served with saffron club chutney.

Methi Salmon

Salmon marinated in fresh yogurt, fenugreek leaves, ginger, garlic and authentic spices.

Barbecue Platter

Lamb seekh, chicken tikka and tiger prawns and salmon tikka marinated and grilled.


King Prawn Jalfrazy

King prawns cooked with onions, tomatoes and green peppers. (HOT)

Garlic Lamb Chops

Tandoori grilled lamb chops served with mashed potato and asparagus.

Mix Sea Food Curry

Tiger prawns, salmon, tilapia fish cooked in a coconut sauce with authentic Indian spices.


Lemon Sorbet with Vodka


Gulab Jamun


Chocolate Truffle


More about The Saffron Club, London

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.

87 The Saffron Club Reviews

87 Reviews
Waiting time:Very good
Noise levels:Pleasant
Value for money:Good value
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Emmanuel V.3 months ago · 7 reviews

Great place for Indian/Nepalese food, friendly service, one of my favourite place to eat

Shabana H.3 months ago · 1 review

Staff were extremely helpful, patient and kind. Food was delicious & the restaurant was kid friendly. We occupied a private room/area to accommodate a large party for a special occasion - it was perfect for our needs. We had special dietary requirements, which were accommodated with no fuss. I would strongly recommend.

Debora P.3 months ago · 1 review

Amazing food and amazing staff. Pay a bit more for the expensive bottles of wine but it's worth it. Careful of the chili mushrooms unless you really like spice!

Tracey G.3 months ago · 1 review

Fantastic..service great ..food out of this world .presentation of food was lovely. Our waiter was very helpful . Will definitely be going back very soon 👍😚❤❤😊

Paramdeep N.4 months ago · 1 review

The Saffron Club has a great menu, a wide range of options. The staff are welcoming. Restaurant is on the small side but appears very popular with the locals, which I can understand as the food is lovely! The only negatives would be the cost is slightly high (but worth it!) and the drinks menu (specifically the non-alcoholic & cider options) is limited. On the whole, would definitely return & advise to book in advance (as I did) due to the popularity of the restaurant.

Mark-Rowland A.2 years ago · 1 review

The food was generally okay, reasonable portions and reasonably priced. However, the service was well below bar. Waiters were constantly congregated around the bar area talking (not paying attention to customers),service was slow, and there was little (if none) where customer service is concerned. The service was very clinical, with no engagement with customers and felt purely like a business transaction (from start to finish). It's a shame as the service was not as me and mother remembered it to be a few years ago, and it somewhat ruined what was supposed to be a but of a special occasion - with my mother meeting my girlfriend from France for the first time. We could have chosen from any number of restaurants locally, and/or in the West End but ultimately chose The Saffron Club based on our previous experience (2-3 years ago). I will certainly not be returning to restaurant anytime soon, nor will I be recommending it to anyone.

Marc D.2 years ago · 15 reviews

Hey, the guys at the club spoiled us!!! They laid on a special chef's basket of naan for us after seeing all my pleas. Unbelievably to all I had different dish from my green chicken curry but equally good. Service, hospitality and food once again 100%. So appreciate the pre-emptive effort to meet my chef's basket continual whine - still when will it be back on the menu? As I now know you read this at the Club - also appreciate the cheese and peas. You are a great and so hospitable team. - Thanks

Jackie M.a year ago · 1 review

I'd seen lots of positive reviews about The Saffron Club and it did not disappoint. Amazing food and good, unobtrusive, service. The portion sizes are spot on and don't leave you feeling uncomfortably full. It is a busy little restaurant which I'd say is testament to how good it is.

Mary P.10 months ago · 2 reviews

Good attentive staff, very well spiced food and the best chicken tandoori dish I've tasted in a long time. The only reason I have not given top marks is: please clean sticky areas like bannister rail, door handles to toilets etc. It would take 10 minutes each day and would make a huge difference because the Ladies facility was spotless but sticky to the touch door handles lets it down.

Adam M.9 months ago · 1 review

This is some of the tastiest Indian/Nepalese food I've had in London and the service was very good. I'd definitely recommend The Saffron Club to anyone in south-east London.