Gurkha's Inn

17 Colomb Street Greenwich , London, SE10 9HA

1 reviews

Nepalese Greenwich

Gurkha's Inn says

Situated in the leafy South London suburbs, not far from Greenwich Park; Gurkha’s Inn is a firm favourite with local curry connoisseurs. High-backed leather chairs, wooden floors and low-key décor create a relaxed setting for laid-back lunches and dinner with family and friends. The extensive menu showcases the best of Indian and Nepalese cuisine, with familiar favourites like chicken jalfrezi, lamb pasanda and prawn bhuna on offer. For something a little different, why not try one of their signature dishes? We love the cod cooked with coconut milk, green herbs and mustard seeds, and the Khasi Khutta – tender lamb with peas in traditional Nepalese style. For authentic Indian food, a relaxed atmosphere and friendly service; Gurkha’s Inn is hard to beat.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Maze Hill Station 347m

Westcombe Park Station 636m


Address: 17 Colomb Street Greenwich , London SE10 9HA

Area: Greenwich

Nearby Landmarks

U.C.I. Greenwich Peninsula 740m

National Maritime Museum 815m


Telephone: 020 8293 5464


Cuisine: Nepalese


Food & Drink: 7.0

Service: 7.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 7.0

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 2.0

Value: 3.0

Peter H. bronze reviewer 06 December 2012

Better than average neighbourhood Indian with polite and attentive service. In a grotty side street near an evangelical church and some downmarket supermarkets but don't be put off by the surroundings as it's perfectly clean and respectable inside.