Indian Restaurant recommendation? Best Indian Restaurant in the area please?Have friends visiting from out of town who love their Indian foodThanks in advance Tweet Comments Showing 21 of 21 roym 9 months, 1 week ago My favourite is Mirch Masala on Tooting High St. Further afield Dishoom, Tayyabs and cinnamon kitchen are in a different league to be honest Sylvia 9 months, 1 week ago If you/they like Southern style - mainly vegetarianbut do traditional meat - then I do recommend on Tooting High Stree the Radha Krishna Bhavan - tasty fresh food and good service. Hanish P 9 months, 1 week ago As an Indian, rule of thumb is taste & freshness. Why else would I eat out? Only reason is that I've been in the pub & need to eat something!In Tooting:Mirch Masala (alcohol allowed)Spicy Village (No booze :( )In Croydon & worth the trip : Spice 'n Ice@ the first two I tend to concentrate on the grilled stuff - it's freshly cooked. The other stuff tends to be pre cooked and everything tastes the same - the base is pre cooked and the ordered meat then combined to make a "curry", Not for me. Spice Village do a great fish...I think it's called Masala Fish.Spice 'n Ice has a great menu and everything just tastes fresh and great. A different take on Indian food with a touch of Chinese as the chefs are from Nepal. The curry's are also almost "home cooked". Hanish P 9 months, 1 week ago Dishoom (12 Upper St. Martin's Lane, London) is a great take on Indian food. They have emulated the Bombay Brasserie. The Roomali roti is a must, instead of the usual naan bread.Hope this helps. TB 9 months, 1 week ago Coming from an Indian , we like Chennai Dosa, Daawat in Tooting . Dishoom , Chor Bizzare (delhi based) , Masala Zone in Oxford Circus and Punjab (best potato rotis ever) ....Authentic Indian food Johnny B 9 months, 1 week ago the Greedy Buddha in Wandsworth Bridge Road is fantastic. Lorraine S 9 months, 1 week ago Chutney Mary's New Kings Road expensive but great Arif H 9 months, 1 week ago Hi William try Amirah's Kitchen at 356 Old York Road. It's only been open for six weeks and offers an alternative. See the other reviews on Street life and FB. Www.amirahskitchen.comIf you want to go into central the best food is clearly at Benares with its modern take on Indian food. If you wants something fun and different try Roti Chai behind Selfrides. A few people have already mentioned Dishoom. ThanksA Kasia 9 months, 1 week ago Chutney, Alma Road is great Nathalie M 9 months, 1 week ago I agree with Johnny B - Greedy Buddha is the best I've found. Really interesting menu and wonderful desserts like cashew kulfi. And they sometimes have live music. Anna K 9 months, 1 week ago Hanish P, ty for your comprehensive guide. James L 9 months, 1 week ago Has anyone tried the new place Delhi Heights in c.w.? Alexander H 9 months, 1 week ago Not normally a huge fan of 'posh' curry but Painted Heron is one of my favourite resturants in LondonIts just over the riverhttp://www.thepaintedheron.com/ Woodrow Parquet 9 months, 1 week ago They are all fantastic, and Amirahs kitchen is friendly and the food is so so tasty and it's on your door step 10 out of 10. Leah W 9 months, 1 week ago I am still in mourning over demise of Kastoori. Has anyone found good purely vego substitute? Hanish P 9 months, 1 week ago Chennai Dosa on Upper Tooting is a good South Indian vegetarian option. However, if you are looking for a take away, there is a little shop hidden away on Upper Tooting called Shiv Darshan that does only Indian vegetarian food. The menu changes daily and has a "home cooked" feel to it. It's all cooked by the owner. Great for a cheat "come-dine-with-me!The cost of a meal for 2ish (depends on how much one consumes) is +/-£4.00 - A couple of rotis, a veg dish and rice with a dhall. William A 9 months, 1 week ago Thank you allfabulous feedbackWill report back when we decide Sylvia 9 months, 1 week ago Leah - see above re Radha Krishna Bhavan Jo S 9 months, 1 week ago My new favourite is Al Mirage. Good value and very tasty. Christopherinactive 9 months, 1 week ago Mirch Masala stands head and shoulders above the rest! But there are many many many excellent Indian and Pan-Asian restaurants in Tooting.Good luck :-) Neil S 9 months, 1 week ago Our favourite is Varanasi Chefs in Battersea High Street - perhaps a bit of a trek from Earlsfield, though! I'm with Kambala Estate Residents Association Comments are closed. Why not start a new conversation?