Taste of Asia

126 Kings Cross Road , London, WC1X 9DS

Taste of Asia says

Every little corner of London has a popular Indian restaurant that the locals love, and the Taste of Asia located on the busy Kings Cross Road in WC1X, is just that. Friendly, affordable and efficient, this modern Indian dining room is busy with both dine-in and takeaway customers who keep coming back for the restaurant’s classic curries. Perfect for after-work meals, mid-week meetings and affordable family nights out, Taste of Asia serves up generous portions that will fill everyone to the brim. Close to Kings Cross and St Pancras stations, the Taste of Asia is always busy with local office workers, commuters and curry lovers.

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Special offers

50% off food

From the a la carte menu based on each person having 2 course meal (a starter and main course per person). Please note there will be a supplement fee of £3 for all seafood dishes. The nearest station to this restaurant is Kings Cross (8 minute walk).

From: 08 May 2018

To: 08 August 2018

Max: 8

Includes Vat, excludes service

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Kings Cross Thameslink Station 87m

King's Cross Tube Station 457m

Address

Address: 126 Kings Cross Road , London WC1X 9DS

Area: Islington Barnsbury

Nearby Landmarks

Courtyard Theatre 417m

Regent Square Park & Garden 524m

Details

Telephone: 020 7713 0099

Website:

Cuisine: Indian

4.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Food & Drink: 2.0

Service: 2.0

Atmosphere: 2.0

Value: 2.0

Robert A. 29 July 2016

We chose this restaurant for a pre theatre meal after reading reviews about it. First impressions were ok but it then started to go downhill. I ordered and king prawn dansak which is my favourite dish by far. Anyone that likes a dansak will know that it is a dish that is hot, sweet and sour. Well it was a little sour, but by no means was it hot and there was NO element of sweetness at all so needless to say i was not impressed. My wife had a chicken tikka korma which again was not up to the mark and the naan bread she ordered was swimming in fat where it seemed to have been fried. The other thing that really put me off was that if i had a query/question regarding anything the man at the front of house would say just one moment please and pick the phone up call the boss and come back to give the answer saying that he was new there. Now if he was new and didnt know how to run it. Why is he left to run it unsupervised. Now I could go on but that is about it in a nutshell and needless to say i will not be returning to this restaurant in the future.

Special offers

50% off food

From: 08 May 2018

To: 08 August 2018

Max: 8

Includes Vat, excludes service