Best Curry In London

Whether you're a mild miss or a hot heathen, if there's one thing that London's adopted with open arms, it's the heralded curry. From Thai curries than span the far reaches of the East to authentic Indian curries that put spices to the forefront, there's a myriad of curry restaurants in London that are just waiting to be explored by your adventurous palates. Check out our recommendations for the best restaurants for curry in London. 

Last updated on 6th October 2016

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Cinnamon Kitchen

5 user reviews

If you want to get familiar with London's best curry, you're looking to get familiar with Cinnamon Kitchen. Found in the heart of the City and dosing guests on some of the best Indian food, Cinnamon Kitchen boasts original flavours, traditional classics and spices to die for come sundown. 

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Liverpool Street

Churning over where to go and what to eat? Our recommendation? You can't beat a curry in Central London. One of the most notable dining names in the heart of the West End, Mint Lounge not only provide cocktails and entertainment on all fronts, their familiarity with an authentic Indian curry needs little to no introduction. 

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West End

Viet Grill

1 user reviews

Kingsland Road is no stranger to some of the best Vietnamese food in the city, and it's also no stranger to the best Vietnamese curry in London. Join Viet Grill for not only a bustling restaurant that stands strong among the crowd, their butter fish curry and soft shell crab curry are worthy explosions of flavour. 

Happily Affordable ££
Shoreditch

Let's be honest, when someone utters the phrase curry, you're thinking of the best curry in Brick Lane. A myriad of restaurants enticing with sights, spice and smells, it's hard to get lost amongst it all, so why not join Secret Indian Food Tours as you dip your toe in some of the finest Indian bites in East London. 

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Buddha Bar

6 user reviews

When it comes to the ultimate Thai curry in London, why not enjoy the swell of those Eastern flavours in the heart of one of the most luxe restaurants in the city? A dashing Knightsbridge name, enjoy everything from a seafood curry with lemongrass to a green vegetable curry.

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Kensington

Dishoom Cafe Shoreditch

5 user reviews

When you ask people in London the best place to go for a curry, there's a name than can't help but creep in, and that's Dishoom. With a whole dotting of restaurants about the city, the interiors here are eclectic, the roster of cocktails is undeniable and a true taste of India can be found in each and every curry of theirs. 

Happily Affordable ££
Shoreditch

Gymkhana

1 user reviews

Designed as a modern day 17th century East Indian punch house, Gymkhana is a curry restaurant in London that knows no bounds when it comes to high-end dining. Found in the perfect Mayfair plot, this destination is for those that want to hunker down for a truly special meal of spices in the city. 

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Mayfair

Cinnamon Soho

1 user reviews

When it comes to Indian curry in London, there's a name that's all too firm and familiar on all spice-laden fronts. One of the best restaurants in Soho and charming guests with high-end Indian dining each and every time, the curries at Cinnamon are a pure force to be reckoned with. 

Happily Affordable ££
West End

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