Notting Hill Tandoori

23 All Saints Road Notting Hill , London, W11 1HE

Notting Hill Tandoori says

Every neighbourhood needs a good curry house, and Notting Hill Tandoori, which opened in 2006, does W10 proud. With authentic Indian and Bangladeshi curries, a colourful interior decorated with vibrant chintzy canvases, tables dressed in lime green and orange and super-friendly service – the restaurant is a favourite with local students, tourists and a laid-back post-pub crowd. You're guaranteed a good feed here as the dishes are all quite large, and favourites from the Notting Hill Tandoori menu include the Pasanda Lamb cooked with almonds, nuts and cream; the classic Chicken Tikka Massala made with fresh herbs, nuts and sultanas; and the Tiger Prawn Bhuna cooked with capsicums, tomatoes, herbs and spices.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Westbourne Park Station 325m

Westbourne Park Tube Station 385m

Address

Address: 23 All Saints Road Notting Hill , London W11 1HE

Area: Notting Hill Holland Park

Nearby Landmarks

Portobello Road 191m

Electric Cinema 309m

Details

Telephone: 020 7727 9999

Website:

Cuisine: Indian

10.0

Food & Drink: 10.0

Service: 10.0

Atmosphere: 6.0

Value: 10.0

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 5.0

Benedict F. 27 November 2013

Something of a word-of-mouth secret amongst W11/W10 residents, I was recommend Notting Hill Tandoori by a friend some years ago. I have only not rated the atmosphere for this restaurant in the middle range as I have never had the pleasure of eating in the restaurant it self, but it is my stand-by takeaway for whenever I want excellent Indian food. The staff are always courteous, the delivery prompt, and the food really much better than most takeaway food you get. Having grown up in Asia I am normally slightly disappointed by Asian food in this country, toned down for a less demanding audience, but here this has never been the case, & although I quite often end up ordering my usual favourites nothing has ever failed to be delicious when I've tried something new. Particular recommends are the vegetable dishes, which can in some places have little care put into them, but here are really very good. The Sag Paneer is truly a revelation if you've never tried a good one. Open till 11.30, so a real boon when you've made it home from work too late to get to a shop or cook, they also have a card machine sent with you meal on request so that you can pay by chip & pin which takes out the hassle of having to have cash or repeat your card number over the telephone. Secret's out I suppose!