Harden's survey result
Kowsar Hoque’s Kennington fixture is “definitely not your regular curry house” – whatever your game. If it’s cricket, it’s “the only place to enjoy a meal post-Test at The Oval”. If politics, it’s “famous for its popularity with politicians from all sides: you’re quite likely to find Ken Clarke eating alone reading The Economist”, while David Cameron had his ‘last supper’ as PM delivered to Number 10 Downing Street.
For “curries a cut above the average” – and the chance to spot MPs from nearby Westminster – this Indian local in Kennington “is a vote winner”. There’s a “buzzing ambience”, with “the owner a convivial ringmaster”. Top Tip: “avoid cricket days as it is very near The Oval!”.
“The mix of locals, politicians, and a convivial owner and staff ensure a happy evening” at “this most political of restaurants” – a Kennington curry house notoriously popular with MPs from nearby Westminster. Expect “high quality Indian fare, with not too many fussy frills but large doses of flavour, a warm atmosphere and low lighting!”
“There’s more of a buzz” at this Kennington joint “than at most local Indians” – perhaps because it’s “favoured by Conservative Party politicians” from Parliament across the river. It’s “much better than you might reasonably expect in the dreariness of Kennington Park Road”.
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313 Kennington Rd, London, SE11 4QE
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Mon - Fri - 5pm - Midnight, Sat-Sun: 10.30am - Midnight.