Harden's survey result
For 25 years we've been curating reviews of the UK's most notable restaurant. This year diners have submitted over 60,000 reviews to create the most authoritative restaurant guide in the UK.
“It’s well worth the tube ride” to Manoj Vasaikar’s well-known, “wonderful” little Indian, a short walk from Ravenscourt Park. “It’s still right up there as one of the best Indians in West London” with “consistently superb”, “non-mainstream” cuisine all “at a reasonable price point”, delivered by “willing and thoughtful staff”.
“Better than West End Indians for 2/3 the price” – Manoj Vasaikar’s “fabulous, subtle yet punchy” modern cuisine has won a disproportionately huge following for his “busy” venture, especially given its nondescript location, near Ravenscourt Park. “The tables are a little too close together”.
“Even my Punjabi mother-in-law swooned!” – Manoj Vasaikar’s “very distinctive” modern Indian cuisine remains “worth the trip” to this very well-known, but somewhat “oddly located” little “gem”, near Ravenscourt Park.
“Bursts of gorgeous flavours” characterise Manoj Vasaikar’s “lovely and light” modern Indian cooking, which has won a gigantic fan club for this “always-busy” little place, near Ravenscourt Park; “closely-packed tables” are the only real gripe.
Indian Zing Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Unusual and delicious flavours. Different from the usual Indian restaurant."
236 King St, London, W6 0RS
|Number of Diners:|
lunch noon - 3 pm, dinner 6 pm - 10.30 pm
Last orders: 11 pm, Sun 10 pm