London Restaurants


  • 10 Lincoln St. Map It
  • Chelsea
  • Indian

Published 08/18/2015

Fodor's Review

Wizard Indian chef Vineet Bhatia dazzles with some of London's finest contemporary Indian cuisine at this tony Victorian Chelsea town house. Ring the doorbell on arrival at this romantic celebration venue, which is kitted out with Indian prints, masks, bells, ornaments, and carved wooden deities. Bhatia exhibits gastro godlike qualities of his own with ingenious surprises like popcorn prawns, crab lollies with coconut soup, wild mushroom rice with tomato ice cream, plus Bordeaux-infused lamb rogan josh and Darjeeling tea–soaked chicken. Grilled sea bass comes crusted in South Indian lentil-based "gunpowder" and a beetroot molee sauce (with coconut milk, curry leaves, onion, turmeric, and mustard seeds), while Punjabi chicken tikka is revealed from under a plume of smoke. Be sure to try the signature warm chocolate samosas, dubbed "Choca-mosas."

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10 Lincoln St., London, SW3 2TS, England

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Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch Sat.
  • Reservations essential

Published 08/18/2015


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