One of those places where you know you are going to have good food and good fun. Since it opened its first branch Dishoom has queues of people every weekend night in all its locations. It’s a Bombay style cafe’ with a trendy London twist. Most dishes are an interesting experience.
An interesting twist on the traditional Indian food. Taste seems to be authentic and as spicyas it should be!!
Feast of Punjab cuisine. A classic place in East London behind the Mosque in Whitechapel Top choices: Chicken tikka Lamp chops Paneer with spinach Lamb gosh Dry meat Naan & Roti Website: http://www.tayyabs.co.uk/
A cosy indian restaurant in the heart of Islington, 5mins away from Angel station. As a starter we had lamb samosa along with papadum chips and an interesting selection of sauces (chatney rack)..
As a main course we had the delhi grill for 2 as well as the chiken makhani; it is a really tasty option for those of you who don’t like spicy flavours. The grill itself was a bit spicy (as it is expected), and not as tasty as we were hoping to be. Not bad though 😉 Don’t forget to order naan. They are simply delicious.