Back for its fourth year running, House of HOLI makes its return to Cinnamon Kitchen in Devonshire Square from Monday 26 February-Saturday 10 March 2018. Don your protective white suit and step into the madness at the House of HOLI for thirty minutes of paint-pelting friends, family and colleagues to mark the Indian festival of […]

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Leela Palace’s “stunning” Jamavar in Mayfair (winner of Top Newcomer at the 2017 Harden’s London Restaurant Awards) will host five guest chefs – Claude Bosi, Aggi Sverrisson, Sat Bains, Robin Gill and Judy Joo – who will go head to head and put their stamp on the kulcha, a classic Indian stuffed bread. In light of Rohit […]

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Soho’s “profoundly original” Indian street food spot Kricket will open a new restaurant this summer at Television Centre, the former home of the Beeb in White City. The venture started out as one of Pop Brixton’s shipping containers where it impressed for almost two years before opening its first permanent site in Denman Street in January 2017. Founders […]

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On the former site of Chor Bizarre (and from the same owner, Old World Hospitality) Indian Accent, a nouvelle Indian restaurant with sibling venues in New York and New Delhi, opens in Mayfair today (14 December). The New Delhi original is the only restaurant in India on the World’s 50 Best List and was also awarded […]

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Samyukta Nair and chef Rohit Ghai, the duo behind Mayfair’s Jamavar (voted Top Newcomer at Harden’s London Restaurant Awards 2017) will launch a second London venture in November. Bombay Bustle in Mayfair’s Maddox Street is inspired by Dabbawalas – the institution of men who use Mumbai’s railways to deliver home cooked meals across the city. […]

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Yes, it’s National Curry Week (and there’s also Diwali right around the corner on 19 October) but honestly do you really need an excuse to try any of these mouth-watering dishes? We’ve rounded up our top five favourite Indian dishes from restaurants across London. From kid goat brains at Mayfair’s Gymkhana to street food style […]

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JKS Restaurants (the restaurateurs with the Midas touch, behind Gymkhana, Hoppers and more) has announced it will open two new Motu Indian Kitchen sites this autumn, in Islington on 17 October and Swiss Cottage on 3 November, bringing its British Indian takeaway classics north of the river. The two new delivery kitchens will bring Motu to the […]

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A new Indian street food restaurant will open on the original site of Adam’s (it moved to Waterloo St last year) in Birmingham later this month. Indian Streatery will offer grab-and-go grub by day and dining and cocktails by night. Its founders have already made a name for themselves in the city as Indian Rasoi with […]

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London offers such a wealth of dining that you probably wouldn’t be able to visit every single restaurant in your lifetime. The attempt would certainly be a noble pursuit, but also a bankruptcy-inducing one (unless you have Mariana Trench-deep pockets). So we’ve rounded-up a more manageable goal – the top 25 dishes to try at […]

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A collaborative dinner between Texture chef-patron Aggi Sverrisson and The Cinnamon Collection’s (Cinnamon Club et al) Vivek Singh will fuse modern Indian and Icelandic cuisines. Sounds interesting? Tickets are now available for this one-off collaboration at the Cinnamon Club on 21 June. It is one of a series of guest chef dinners to be held at the grand Westminster […]

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