THREE OF THE VERY BEST IN­DIAN RESTAURANTS

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Amaya

This award win­ning so­phis­ti­cated In­dian Grill of­fers in­tense flavours with an in­no­va­tive twist, in a the­atri­cal open kitchen set­ting. Miche­lin star. Open for lunch and din­ner seven days a week. Halkin Ar­cade, Mot­comb Street Knights­bridge, Lon­don SW1X 8JT T: 020 7823 1166 E: [email protected]­alin­di­an­food.com Pri­vate din­ing room seats 14

Chut­ney Mary

The rich set­ting, in­ter­est­ing art and ro­man­tic can­dle light­ing are sec­ondary de­tails in Lon­don’s haven of great In­dian con­tem­po­rary food. Open for lunch and din­ner from Mon­day to Satur­day. Satur­day Brunch with live jazz mu­sic. 73 St James’s Street, Lon­don SW1A 1PH T: 020 7629 6688 E: chut­ney­[email protected]­alin­di­an­food.com Two pri­vate din­ing rooms seat 30 and 16

Veeraswamy

Clas­si­cal dishes, lov­ingly pre­pared and beau­ti­fully served in sump­tu­ous sur­round­ings over­look­ing Re­gent Street. The old­est In­dian restau­rant in the world. Open for lunch and din­ner seven days a week. Mez­za­nine Floor, Victory House, 1st floor 99 Re­gent Street, Lon­don W1B 4RS T: 020 7734 1401 E: [email protected]­alin­di­an­food.com Pri­vate din­ing room seats 24

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