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Nestled within the Old Westminster Library, the beautiful Cinnamon Club restaurant is known to serve good food within a unique setting. The ingredients are imported from India for that authentic oomph. The cultural diversity in India has led to an eclectic range of cuisines within India itself and at The Cinnamon Club, you get to feast on all of them. Among mains, go with the Rajasthani rack of lamb with saffron sauce and pilau rice. Complement your meal with your favorite wine. There are set meals to choose from too.
Benares Restaurant & Bar, opened by highly acclaimed Chef Atul Kochhar serves Indian food that suits the British palate. The Indian spices and flavors take over the senses as one indulges in interesting dishes like the Lamb Cannon Rogan Josh and Fish Kebabs that are a hit in India too. With several dining room options that include a Chef's Table, Sommlier's Table and private dining room, discerning diners can feast on upscale and sophisticated Indian cuisine in the chic ambiance of their choice. Prix Fixe menu is also available.
If your experience of Indian restaurants so far extends to stumbling into the nearest neon-lit curry house after copious amounts of alcohol, with 10 equally inebriated pals, then you really should visit this classy eatery. Indian opulence abounds in this sumptuous basement establishment. The interior at Tamarind is a step above the usual, with colonial Raj style decor having been rejected in favor of a cool, still setting, neither European nor Asian, with its warm lighting and naturally textured surfaces. The food is a derivative of Mogul style cuisine and is, quite simply, exquisite. Particularly recommended is their kebab spread, but all the dishes are worth a try.
In the heart of Marylebone Village, Trishna's innovative blend of West Indian, gourmet seafood has been creating a stir since the doors opened in November 2008. The restaurant front opens into a contemporary, alfresco ambiance with a marble and smoked oak offset color palette created by specialist designers. The menu contains unusual concoctions of coastal ingredients delightfully spiced with skill and presented with panache. Fennel gives the peppery, dorset brown crab and Aylesbury duck a British twist, while tiger prawns with peanuts and lobster with chilli oil are quintessential options if your feeling flamboyantly traditional.
Ever since its establishment in 2004, Amaya has been receiving praise and flattering reviews from its visitors as well as the press. The restaurant's decor boasts a blend of Indian and western styles - sandstone panels, flowers on tables and elegant glass cutlery. Experience the exciting taste of India through a wide variety of seafood and grilled vegetables from the northern and southern parts of the country. Most desserts are sugar free, so calorie conscious eaters can heave a sigh of relief.
This thoroughly modern Indian restaurant brings western elements to the traditional cuisine with mixed results. The formal, pretty decor has ethnic touches but the place can seem a little gloomy. Chef Jasbinder Singh has put some real treats on the menu, although the quality of the fare can vary quite dramatically. The Indian risotto, tandoori-smoked salmon and naan bread with paneer stuffing are all highly-recommended delicacies available at this restaurant. Check website for further details.