Harden's survey result
This “favourite” fixture of the Hammersmith strip (which opened in 1972) sports a brighter, more modern look than once it did (the ’70s-tastic dark glazed frontage is long gone). Praise remains steady for chef Rafiq’s deft curries (including “the best bhuna lamb ever”).
“A cut above the after-pub curry house”, this “high-quality” Hammersmith Indian of decades standing has been able to thrive “in an area of high competition (Zing, Potli)”. In summer 2017 it closed for a total reformat under long-term owner Rafique – when it re-opens we expect it to be good, but we’ve removed the (very solid) ratings as a sharp break with the past seems to be on the cards.
“Freshly cooked food by chef Rafiq is always a pleasure – fairly standard Indian, but done so well”, say fans of this age-old, comfortably traditional Hammersmith curry house. “Great service” too (“attentive when they needed to be, otherwise left us alone”).
Veteran Hammersmith Indian which “is always very welcoming” and “highly recommended” for its “freshly cooked” fare; even those who say it’s “nothing spectacular” note “I always end up meeting friends there for a curry”.
Anarkali Restaurant brings the finest Indian and Bangladeshi food experience to London, located at Hammersmith and Chiswick area, in the middle of W6, London.
The restaurant offers a sophisticated fine dining experience with effortlessly charming staff.
Discreet service and tantaising food that few can compete with.
That is the combination to ensure guests come back for again and again.....
|Wine per bottle||£15.95|
303-305 King St, London, W6 9NH
|Monday||5:30 pm-12 am|
|Tuesday||5:30 pm-12 am|
|Wednesday||5:30 pm-12 am|
|Thursday||5:30 pm-12 am|
|Friday||5:30 pm-12 am|
|Saturday||5:30 pm-12 am|
|Sunday||5:30 pm-12 am|