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Indian Restaurants in London

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The mouthwatering smell of roasted spices is never far from you in London. This is a city that’s crazy for curry, bananas about naan and always ready for a Rogan Josh. From super street food to Michelin-starred eateries, there’s certainly no shortage of places serving up the most sublime Indian fare. Whether it’s for a family dinner or Friday night with mates, our Indian restaurant vouchers in London have you covered from central to the suburbs.

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£30 or £60 Toward Indian Food and Drinks at Mumbai Square (50% Off)
£30 Toward Indian Food and Drinks
Whitechapel 2.2 km
£30.00 from £15.00
(36)
50% discount_off
Takeaway Indian Meal with Side and Drink for Up to Four at Tapori (Up to 58% Off)
Takeaway Indian Meal with Drink
Multiple Locations 3.6 km
£12.15 from £5.95
(8)
51% discount_off
Two-Course Indian Meal with Wine and a Side for Up to Four People at Yak & Yeti - Finsbury Park (Up to 51% Off)
Indian Meal with Wine and Sides
London 4.3 km
£24.80 from £15.95
(16)
35% discount_off
Two-Course Indian Meal with Rice or Naan and Optional Drink for Two or Four at Curry Mahal (Up to 54% Off)
Two-Course Indian Meal with Sides
Sidcup 11.2 km
£33.30 from £15.95
(67)
52% discount_off
Two- or Three-Course Meal with Sides and Glass of Wine for Two or Four at Laguna Restaurant (Up to 55% Off)
Indian Meal with Wine for Two
London 8.2 km
£64.00 from £29.00
(33)
54% discount_off
Two-Course Indian Meal with Drink for Up to Four at Farncombe Tandoori (Up to 62% Off)
Two-Course Indian Meal with Drink
Godalming 30.0 km
£24.40 from £9.95
(5)
59% discount_off
Up to £60 Toward Indian Food at ERIKI (50% Off)
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£30 Toward Indian Food
Heathrow 14.1 km
£30.00 from £15.00
(8)
50% discount_off
£20 or £40 to Spend Toward Indian Food and Drinks at Flavours (50% Off)
£20 to Spend Toward Indian Menu
Edgware 9.0 km
£20.00 from £10.00
(11)
50% discount_off
Two-Course Indian Meal with Rice or Naan and Wine or Beer for Up to Four at Mantra Lounge (Up to 53% Off)
Two-Course Indian Meal
Hounslow 11.3 km
£27.10 from £14.95
(3)
44% discount_off
Two-Course Meal with Drink for Two or Four at Masala Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)
Two-Course Meal with Drink
Cardiff 12.3 km
£32.80 from £16.95
(37)
48% discount_off
Two-Course Indian Meal with Wine, Prosecco or Beer for One, Two or Four People at Chutney Jane by Blue Eyed Maid
Two-Course Indian Meal with Wine
London 1.5 km
(178)
from £10.00
Two-Course Indian Meal with Side Dish to Share Between Pairs for Two or Four at Mumtaz London (Up to 51% Off)
Two-Course Indian Meal for Two
London 1.8 km
£39.90 from £19.95
20+ bought
50% discount_off
Two-Course Meal With Rice or Naan For Two or Four from £15 at Mustard
Indian Cuisine For Two £15
Hornchurch 15.4 km
(20)
from £15.00
Two-Course Indian Meal with Rice or Naan for Two or Four at Moonlight Tandoori (Up to 48% Off)
Two-Course Indian Meal with Side
Harlow 19.3 km
£31.90 from £16.95
(26)
46% discount_off
Two-Course Indian Meal with Rice or Naan for Two or Four at Mahek Indian Restaurant (Up to 52% Off)
Two-Course Indian Meal
Cheshunt 14.2 km
£31.57 from £14.95
10+ bought
52% discount_off
Two-Course Indian Meal with Sides, Rice and Naan for Two or Four at Raj Venue (Up to 52% Off)
Two-Course Indian Meal with Sides
Canterbury
£50.30 from £25.00
(50)
50% discount_off
Two-Course Punjabi Meal with Naan or Rice and Drink for Two or Four at Apni Rosoi (Up to 47% Off)
Punjabi Meal with Drink for Two
Ilford 9.1 km
£35.00 from £18.95
20+ bought
45% discount_off
Two-Course Indian Meal with Rice or Naan for Two at The Coriander Blackheath (Up to 36% Off)
Two-Course Indian Meal with Sides
London 6.4 km
£34.80 £21.95
(3)
36% discount_off
Two-Course Indian Meal with Wine for Two or Four at Prince of Bengal (Up to 49% Off)
Two-Course Indian Meal with Wine
Watford 16.6 km
£42.80 from £22.95
(1)
46% discount_off
Two-Course Indian Meal with Wine for Two or Four at Dynasty Lounge and Restaurant (Up to 35% Off)
Two-Course Indian Meal with Wine
Harrow 11.2 km
£33.90 from £21.95
20+ bought
35% discount_off
Two-Course Meal with Rice or Naan for Two or Four at Swagath (Up to 34% Off)
Two-Course Meal for Two
Slough 20.2 km
£37.80 from £24.95
(2)
33% discount_off
£20 Toward Indian Food Menu at Mustard Indian Restaurant (50% Off)
£20 Toward Indian Food Menu
Hornchurch 15.4 km
£20.00 £10.00
(20)
50% discount_off
Two-Course Meal with Naan, Rice to Share and Glass of Wine for Two or Four at Terminal 6 Lounge (Up to 37% Off)
Two-Course Meal with Wine
Middlesex 9.2 km
£47.00 from £29.95
9 bought
36% discount_off
Two-Course Meal with Naan, Rice to Share and Glass of Wine at Spice Klub (Up to 37% Off)
Two-Course Meal with Wine
London 7.8 km
£46.53 from £29.95
7 bought
35% discount_off

Indian restaurants in London: things to know before you go

Whether you love a sweet korma or a spicy madras, below we’ve answered some common questions about Indian food.

What is the best Indian restaurant in London?

London is the capital of cuisine in the UK. Indian restaurants are springing up all the time in the capital – and here are three sure-fire way to discover the top indian restaurants in London:

  • Look in the Michelin Guide. It’s the world’s most iconic dining out guide, so you can’t go wrong when selecting the best of the best Indian restaurants in London.
  • Read Jay Rayner’s tips. The Guardian food critic is one of the most respected voices on the restaurant circuit – find out which Indian restaurants in London are Rayner’s favourite in his weekly columns.
  • Check out Groupon’s highest-rated Indian restaurants. Read our customers’ reviews and see star ratings of London’s Indian restaurants – there’s bound to be an eatery near you that’s been chosen as best of the bunch.

Where did some of the most popular Indian dishes originate?

Some of the most popular Indian restaurant dishes actually originated in the UK. For example:

  • Tikka Masala – perhaps the most popular Indian dish in the UK – was first cooked up in Britain. It’s claimed that it was created by Glasgow chef Ali Ahmed Aslam in 1971. As the story goes, a bus driver returned his late night chicken curry, claiming it was too dry. The chef reportedly added tomato soup and a handful of spices, and the much-loved Chicken Tikka Masala was born.
  • Balti - a British-Indian fusion dish which the Midlands city of Birmingham claims to have invented in the 1970s. Traditionally cooked in the dish it’s later eaten in, you’ll find Balti houses galore in Britain’s second city.

What are some good recipes for Indian-style curry?

Indian-style curry runs the gamut from ear-popping, meat-filled vindaloos to milder vegetarian dahls – with every sort of spice profile and ingredient list you can imagine in between. The range extends way beyond the saucy dishes many people typically think of as curry.

The best recipe for Indian food depends on what you’re looking for.

  • For example, here you’ll find a great range of different styles of Indian recipe that won’t be too difficult to cook.
  • If you want to try something a little different to what you’ve seen in your local Indian curry house, however, you could do worse than Rick Stein’s recipe for whole egg coconut masala.
  • To push the boat out even further, get your hands on a copy of the Prashad Cookbook, which is packed with vegetarian recipes from the titular Michelin-starred restaurant.

Of course, with all the chopping, frying and simmering required to prep an Indian dish, you might want to check out some of these cookery classes first.

What is the best Indian restaurant on Brick Lane, London?

There’s no shortage of Indian restaurants in East London’s trendy and culturally diverse streets, Brick Lane is packed with a host of delights. Many of these claim to be the best in London. While beauty is in the eye of the tastebud when it comes to restaurants we love, Sheba is a great choice. Rated highly by Groupon customers, its history runs back to the 1970s. Today it’s well-known and well-loved for its no frills look and feel – all its energy goes into the tasty dishes it serves up. Sheba’s also critically acclaimed, winning then Best UK Curry House Award in the Cobra Good Curry Guide 2013.