Meghna St John's Wood

113 Boundary Road St. John's Wood , London, NW8 0RG

Meghna St John's Wood says

Meghna St John's Wood is closed permanently
Welcome to MEGHNA, the fine Indian restaurant. We are a well established Indian restaurant for over four decades, situated in leafy suburbs of St. John’s Wood and walking distance from world famous Abbey Road Studios and Lords Cricket Ground. We offer traditional Indian food in luxurious, modern surroundings. MEGHNA the Fine Indian Restaurant has been to create high-energy, family-friendly Indian restaurants with attentive staff and fully air-conditioned. It is our everyday mission to deliver quality and freshness, great service, clean restaurants and value to our guests. This all starts when you walk in and are greeted with Namaste!

Meghna St John's Wood Location

113 Boundary Road St. John's Wood , London NW8 0RG

Meghna St John's Wood's Reviews


Food & Drink: 8.0


Service: 8.0


Atmosphere: 8.0


Value: 8.0


Food + drink: 4

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 4

Platinum Reviewer
27 June 2014

I have been a fan of the Meghna for many years, enjoying the restaurant and benefiting from their take-away/ home-delivery service too. Put simply, it is everything you would expect of a local Indian restaurant. That it has been operational for over 40 years (and many of the same staff have been in place since I first started visiting) is testament to its success. Set on Boundary Road, just off Abbey Road of Beatles fame (about 10 minutes up from the famous pedestrian crossing), this is not a restaurant one would easily find if strolling and so the place consequently has a very strong neighbourhood feel to it. A group of four of us recently visited on a weekday evening and the place was as busy as ever. Meghna doesn’t try to do anything particularly clever or original, but its success arguably lies in its reliability and consistency. We began just with poppadums and sauces, noting the rich and chunky texture of the presumably homemade lime pickle. I opted for my usual main dish of lamb dhansak, an option also favoured by one of my comrades. Our mains were completed by a vegetable thali and a chicken special, accompanied by several sides. All the plates were cleared and the consensus opinion was highly favourable, one of our group noting in particular that his meal had been much lighter and fresher, and also less greasy, than many comparable restaurants. At £25/head, beers, sides and service included, none of us was complaining. Keep up the good work!