Here are the 6 finest Indian restaurants in London Bridge. Tucked away in this bustling part of town are several Indian eateries serving up some amazing dishes that will leave you coming back for more. From traditional curries to more cosmopolitan dishes, these restaurants have something for the most discerning palate.
1. Shad Indian
Shad, meaning taste, takes you on a culinary journey through the greatest tastes of Indian food. You’ll find that the dishes here are characterised by exquisite flavours, beautiful colours and earthy flavours. It’s with good reason that the reviews are so high. The decor is warm, relaxed and beautifully lit with purple lighting. And on a side note, they do takeaways too.
2. Indian Gourmet
At Indian Gourmet, you’ll find freshly cooked and authentic, traditional home-cooking, street food and regional delicacies. Think Karahi chicken – chicken in a semi-dry tomato gravy of garlic and roasted spices with mixed bell peppers, tandoori king prawn and lamb biryani. The vibe is rustic and minimalist. And the best part is that they also have an awesome vegan menu.
As the oldest Indian restaurant in London Bridge, Silka consistently delivers delicious tastes and a spectacle of flavours. This basement restaurant mixes traditional Indian staples with modern influences and the result is a menu that continues to mesmerise diners. Think Awadhi lamb chops, Nizami chicken tikka and duck masala.
To discover Mango, you’d have to be either in the know or simply stumble upon it. With its clean modern decor and traditional Indian dishes with British influences, this is the perfect spot for entertaining clients, having a business lunch or simply catching up your with friends.
5. Est. India
For a truly Eastern experience, you should head to Est. India. You’ll find high-quality and authentic Indian dishes that are expertly made to perfection. And the best part is that they also have a great selection of delicious cocktails to be perfectly paired with your food.
If you fancy a Pan-Indian experience, then grab a table at Baluchi. Set in a historic Grade II listed building, the vibrant menu draws inspiration from the major food regions of India. The decor here is old-school sophistication which is fitting for the impeccably executed dishes being served. This is a great spot for celebrating your special moments.