Amaya Restaurant Grill and Bar
Halkin Arcade, Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8JT, United Kingdom
This Indian grill serves tapas style Indian dishes in their modern yet traditional open-floor style restaurant. The price of the food ranges from 12 pounds to 30 depending on what you order. The restaurant hand-flavors and spices every dish with their restaurant specific seasonings. Despite being an Indian grill Amaya specializes in seafood including prawns, king scallops and crabs.
The restaurant also features lamb, duck, chicken and vegetarian meal options. What makes Amaya special is their selection of curries and biryanis.
7 Boundary St, London E2 7JE, United Kingdom
Dishoom is a Bombay-style café, grill and bar that is designed with marble floors and ceiling fans. The vintage Indian bar serves up all sorts of awesome Indian street foods.
Kejriwal is one of their signature dishes consisting of two fried eggs served on chili cheese toast. The bacon and egg naan rolls is perfect for breakfast or lunch and will cost you around £6.50. A delicious and healthy addition to any of their meals is their signature fruit and honey served with local seasonal fruits and honey.
119 Brockley Rise, London SE23 1JP, United Kingdom
Babur is an upscale Indian restaurant that serves gourmet dishes. A few of their meals include kasundi chicken tikka, chukandari venison and vegetarian thali. This restaurant is affordable even if you are on a strict budget. Not only is the selection vast but there is something delicious in every price range.
12a, Berkeley Square, London W1J 6BS, United Kingdom
Benares is an Indian-British fusion restaurant that is open Monday through Sunday. An example of a main meal would be Laal Maas made with English lamb rump roast, masala turnips and clove smoked shoulder. Hari PhalikaPoriyal is a green beans and coconut side dish which pairs well with most dishes on the menu.
This restaurant is very pricey but definitely worth it if you are a lover of Indian food. You must try this restaurant at least once.
10 Lincoln St, London SW3 2TS, United Kingdom
Rasoi dishes out high-end traditional Indian cuisine in a Victorian home setting. Customers of Rasoi love this restaurant because of its delicious food, quiet atmosphere and fast and attentive service.
Quinoa crusted chili-lime sea bass, asparagus couscous, tomato-beetroot tadka sauce, crab chutney tops the menu. This restaurant specializes in serving multiple gourmet courses and is tad bit on the expensive side but if you order a la carte you can get three courses (including dessert) for £66.