We’ve searched the GWR network for the finest spice emporiums – well worth a journey to sample these south-Asian delights.
This celebrated Indian restaurant has recently moved to a new venue, twice the size of its former site. The Myristica menu is full of imaginative dishes, using ingredients not often associated with Indian cuisine, including guinea fowl, venison and halibut tail.
Enjoy a dose of dosa and the perfect paneer butter masala at this vegetarian curry hotspot. Traditional dishes from all over India meet in a menu to suit every palate. Even the most hardcore carnivores will give in to temptation.
Gymkhana in Mayfair is like a cross between a Parisian café and a gentleman’s club, but serving classic and contemporary Michelin-starred Indian food. Share a plate of boldly spiced lamb chops alongside some wild boar vindaloo. Yes please!
The focus at this relative newcomer to the Indian cuisine scene is on the fine dining experience. The Prithvi menu is simple, with exceptional presentation. Open with pan-fried scallops and follow with slow cooked duck with coconut reduction – you’ll not be disappointed.
Owners of Mint and Mustard set out to bring Keralan cuisine to the British public, offering a series of tasting menus that focus on the south-west Indian state’s passion for food. There’s a real modern feel to the dishes, with soft shell crab, venison and pigeon all on offer.