Hazara Restaurant

44 Belsize Lane , London, NW3 5AR

Hazara Restaurant says

A new Upmarket Indian Restaurant just opened in Fashionable Belsize Lane. Dishes are cooked with care and to perfection by Head Chef who hails from the Taj Group in India and has worked for a Michelin Star Indian Restaurant. Healthy cooked techniques are employed as well as separation of all White fish, seafood, lamb, chicken and vegetables with individual labelling and storage. Already becoming a favourite with all the Belsize Village locals this restaurant has something for every palate with a number of regional dishes from Punjab in the North to Kerala and Tamil Nadu in the South, with so many regional dishes on offer, we are sure you will find your taste. Serving White fish ranging from Black Cod, Halibut, Tilapia and Sebass this restaurant really is catering for patrons from a varied number of backgrounds with an extensive vegetarian menu as well as Lamb and Chicken dishes. If you fancy just drink why not relax with a cocktail at the bar or with a refreshing Pint of Cobra.

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Food & Drink: 9.0

Service: 9.3

Atmosphere: 8.7

Value: 8.7

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Giovanni F. 26 November 2013

Excellent food and preparation, highly recommended. Except to pay around 50 per person for a three courses meal plus wine

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Lynn W. platinum reviewer 27 August 2013

Lovely contemporary Indian restaurant with interesting food and relaxing atmosphere. We enjoyed it before and went there again this weekend. There's an extensive menu but we decided to focus on fish. Prawns to start were large and tasty with spices, baked so slightly crispy outside but juicy within. The home made cottage cheese stuffed with spiced dates and figs, served in quarters like a sandwich, was also baked in the tandoor and with a little zingy tamarind sauce was very good. Main course dishes were salmon tikka, a generous sized dish of pieces of fish, and turbot baked in paper – the fish was light and delicate, served with quite a rich creamy fennel and garlic sauce. Sides included roasted cauliflower and grilled mini aubergine, and a pilau rice. The menu descriptions are good and include the region. All are spiced but not particularly hot, and there are non of the gloopy generic curry-house oily sauces which can be so off-putting at many Indian restaurants. The food tasted fresh and individual. And also unlike many curry-houses where you just want to eat and leave, we were comfortable sitting chatting, and finishing off the bottle of wine. If you're in Belsize Park it's worth a visit.

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 5.0

Value: 5.0

Wilton n. 14 January 2013

I have now been to this restaurant 5 times over the past few months and on each visit the food has been real top quality, light and refeshing with authentic flavours. The Murg Makhani and the Halibut are my personal favourites. The restaurant is light and modern with a plush bar for cocktails try the Herbal Martini which is excellent. They have started deliveries which is going to be so tempting considering the high quality of food. I can't wait to return.

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