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Posh Pakistani, hidden away in a Belgravia mews townhouse for more than 40 years: some may find it “stuffy”, while others praise the “great ambience”. It’s certainly “not the cheapest”, but it’s survived on its “stalwart, authentic, fantastic food” (particularly lamb chops).
“Very good, very authentic home-cooked Pakistani food” sums up the appeal of this veteran, tucked away in a Belgravia mews. It has always been “expensive”, as might be deduced from its location a short stroll from Knightsbridge. Top Tip – legendary lamb chops.
“Divine Pakistani food” has maintained the popularity of this dated (and eternally pricey) veteran, hidden in a Belgravia mews venue, for decades. Top Tip – classic lamb chops.
This age-old survivor in a Belgravia mews is known for its “very good old-fashioned Pakistani cuisine”, in particular “brilliant lamb chops”. Over the years however, perhaps “due to a seemingly high proportion of Gulf clientele, prices have sky-rocketed”.
Salloos, established in 1976, is an elegant restaurant serving authentic Mughalai cusine. It is owned and managed by the founder`s family in it`s original location in the heart of Belgravia. The delicious menu is the result of fresh ingredients, in-house pre-preparation and food cooked in quantities set for fine dining at home. The ambience, relaxed and unhurried, perfectly complements this.
|Wine per bottle||£20.00|
62-64 Kinnerton St, London, SW1X 8ER
|Number of Diners:|
|Monday||1:30 pm‑10:45 pm|
|Tuesday||1:30 pm‑10:45 pm|
|Wednesday||1:30 pm‑10:45 pm|
|Thursday||1:30 pm‑10:45 pm|
|Friday||1:30 pm‑10:45 pm|
|Saturday||1:30 pm‑10:45 pm|