From Our Editors
Nestled in the heart of Kensington and Chelsea, Flora Indica serves up a modern twist on traditional Indian flavours. The restaurant is easily reached by tube with Earl's Court station only a short walk away. The name itself comes from the title of a botanic book published in 1855, cataloguing previously unknown Indian plants and spices. As a tribute to this discovery, the team at Flora uses many of the plants featured in the book in their wide selection of botanical gins and food options. The venue offers its patrons traditional and bench sitting options in a dining room sparkling with crystal decorations and intrigues guests with brass pipe puzzles appearing on walls and the ceiling. The numerous wooden-framed mirrors and ornamental wall moulding add a touch of elegance to the establishment.