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On Sunday 12 March, for the first time in its 10-year history, Michelin-starred restaurant Tamarind will open its doors for Sunday lunch.
Executive chef Alfred Prasad has created a set menu that showcases his modern Indian cuisine in dishes such tandoor-grilled salmon, marinated with lime leaf, coriander and mint, and ground lamb
with cinnamon, red chillies and garlic, served on mint chutney.
Until the end of April, parties of up to four people can dine two for the price of one. Live Indian music will be performed each afternoon.
The set three-course menu costs £24.50 per person and is offered from 12N-2.45pm.
Call the restaurant direct on 020 7629 3561 for reservations.
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