Chef Krishna Negi, protege of Vineet Bhatia, has opened a modern Indian restaurant in Fitzrovia; he first made his name when he launched Tangawizi in Richmond in 2004. His menu here features nano plates, small plates and sharing bowls, with recipes inspired by the movement of peoples and cultures during the 1947 partition.
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1947 London Restaurant Diner Reviews
"The staff are friendly, helpful and knowledgeable, and made our early-evening meal a real pleasure. We just wish we had had time to sample more from the menu!"
33 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 1RR
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