Kitted out according to the harmonic, mystical principles of Vastu Shastra, Indian Zing comes across as a jolly nice space with neutral colour tones, tasteful ethnic artefacts and tables dressed in white linen. Meanwhile, chef/proprietor Manoj Vasaikar’s menu explores the varied cultural heritage of India’s native cuisine with some exhilarating results. Starters of mussel rasam in a rich tamarind and tomato broth or root vegetable and sprouted-bean tikki strike a subtle, sophisticated note, while mains such as lobster balchao with Goan jaggery, tandoori prawns pointed up with pomegranate seeds, or chicken korma with saffron highlight the virtue of fresh spices. There are biryanis and thalis, too, a great-value express lunch menu, and a wine list put together with as much care as the menu. ‘Undoubtedly one of the best Indian restaurants in London’, declares a fan.
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