Fine Indian Restaurants food

Ingredients used to make the legendary Kashmiri Roghan josh at Veeraswamy

OUR FOOD

At all of our restaurants we go to great lengths to handpick only the finest, freshest seasonal ingredients and the highest quality spices selected at source, while we employ regionally-trained chefs to ensure every classic recipe is authentic to its terroir. 

AMAYA

With our fantastical flaming open grill kitchen on view to diners at the glittering Michelin-starred Amaya in London’s exclusive Belgravia, we delight in offering fabulous grill delicacies and customary classics - cooked to order, in spectacular, complex and piquant style. At Amaya we have selected an unprecedentedly wide selection of ingredients and run with them, presenting them as soon as they are cooked. Offering bite size portions, we have, for example, taken simple broccoli to stardom, given the oyster a fresh appeal, moved the kebab from the high street and flamed foie gras. Inspired by eastern flavours and a complex blend of seasoning, we are constantly interpreting new ingredients, delivering un-chartered taste sensations.

CHUTNEY MARY

Chutney Mary was born out of a desire to bring traditional recipes, cooked in contemporary cutting-edge style, to a very fine table, with wondrous surroundings. Our highly accomplished chefs are trained within the region of their Indian birthplace, and bring with them an outstanding knowledge and skillset that is quite specific, giving the menu complexity, authenticity and variety. The menu offers delicious street food, seafood from Goa and the Konkan coast, a host of unusual curries from across India and seasonal dishes. Here we also have Indian food with an international outlook with dishes such as lamb shank, roast duck and fillet of fish.

VEERASWAMY

Proffering outstanding first floor views over Regent Street, and just a stroll from the theatres of the West End, Veeraswamy has been established as London’s premier Indian restaurant for many decades. Its doors opened, in roaring 20’s style in 1926, the year the Queen was born, and is now a celebrated institution. Serving the very best of classic Indian cuisine, inspired by the food served in the palaces and gourmet homes of India, it is the greatest surviving fine Indian restaurant in Europe. Alongside its traditional dishes, the regionally trained chefs consistently conjure up exciting new dishes, prepared and presented with exciting modern flair. Veeraswamy is a symphony of opulent Raj-inspired grandeur, where true Indian classics are served in a truly extravagant setting.