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“Better than West End Indians for 2/3 the price” – Manoj Vasaikar’s “fabulous, subtle yet punchy” modern cuisine has won a disproportionately huge following for his “busy” venture, especially given its nondescript location, near Ravenscourt Park. “The tables are a little too close together”.
“Even my Punjabi mother-in-law swooned!” – Manoj Vasaikar’s “very distinctive” modern Indian cuisine remains “worth the trip” to this very well-known, but somewhat “oddly located” little “gem”, near Ravenscourt Park.
“Bursts of gorgeous flavours” characterise Manoj Vasaikar’s “lovely and light” modern Indian cooking, which has won a gigantic fan club for this “always-busy” little place, near Ravenscourt Park; “closely-packed tables” are the only real gripe.
“They must be missing Michael Winner”, at what used to be his favourite curry house, near Ravenscourt Park; Manoj Vasaikar’s “delicate” and “original” cuisine is as “outstanding” as ever, but the “well-appointed” dining room can get rather “noisy”.
Indian Zing Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Still right up there as one of the best Indians in West London with consistently superb food at a reasonable price point. Service willing and thoughtful. Great experience."
236 King St, London, W6 0RS
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lunch noon - 3 pm, dinner 6 pm - 10.30 pm
Last orders: 11 pm, Sun 10 pm