Harden's survey result
“Kebabs and chops to die for” mean this big and famously grungy East End canteen is “still a standard bearer” for down-to-earth “full-flavoured, spicy, meaty Pakistani scoff that’s always satisfying” and “at the same ultra-reasonable price-level it’s maintained for the last 20 years”. A Streatham offshoot never achieved traction, and has now closed.
Lahore Kebab House Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Very decent grub in canteen surroundings. Chops special and bill modest."
"A regular haunt for over 20 years and still a benchmark for punjabi cuisine in a crowded east end Much bigger now than the original cafe but essentially the same offerings.Lamb chops kebebs ant tikkas always a delight and the quality of the meat in the lamb and chicken curry dishes alway good.Great value especially with BYO drinks."
"Wow! A fresh salad comes immediately to the table. If only the rest of the service was as good as this first delivery. However when the food comes, which it does at varying intervals, it is superb. These are punchy hot flavours which surprisingly do not blow your socks off. All great value to boot. On our next visit the service upped itself to a 3."
all day 11.45 am - midnight
Last orders: midnight