Pakistani Restaurants in London
1. Salloos Pakistani restaurant in Knightsbridge 62-64 Kinnerton St - SW1
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).
2. Lahore Kebab House Pakistani restaurant in Whitechapel 2-10 Umberston St - E1
“OMG!! Do not judge a book by its cover!” “The grand-daddy of cheap ’n’ cheerful Pakistani kebab joints” in Whitechapel has been “an East End staple” since it opened in 1972. A “huge, echoey, tiled room, with big screens showing cricket”, it’s “such amazing value” and “so damn consistent, it just keeps getting bigger, busier and better”. Top Tip – “step in at the off-licence next door for your booze”. Top Menu Tips – “the chops are special”, and it serves “the best chicken tikka ever”.
3. Needoo Pakistani restaurant in Shadwell 87 New Rd - E1
Whitechapel Punjabi BYO that’s a real match for its better-known Pakistani competitors in the East End due to its “grilled meats at bargain prices” and other “fantastic, freshly made dishes” from the sub-continent.
4. Tayyabs Pakistani restaurant in Whitechapel 83 Fieldgate St - E1
“Queues are mad!” at this “always crazy” and “fantastically good-value” 500-seater, Punjabi BYO in the East End, which is “busy even into the late hours”, and a serious rival to the older Lahore five minutes’ walk away. Everything is “simply delicious”, with “the real highlights being the sizzling and smoking tandoori plates”: lamb chops in particular “always hit the mark”, but “everything is so fresh”.
5. Mirch Masala Pakistani restaurant in Tooting 213 Upper Tooting Rd - SW17
“A broad range of dishes with distinct sauces at amazing prices” makes this “basic Pakistani place” a standout on Tooting’s “curry corridor”: “the quality certainly merits the mediocre setting and variable service”; a favourite of Sadiq Khan, it’s “often busy and noisy”. Top Tips: “nihari – slow-cooked lamb shank – is memorable”; “BYO wine is a plus point, too”.
9. Nayaab Indian restaurant in Fulham 309 New King’s Rd - SW6
Nayaab means rare in Urdu. The restaurant is aptly named. In Nayaab you can taste all of India. Over the years we have been investigating and introducing more and more authentic dishes from all areas of the subcontinent.
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