The Coriander Leaf

158 South Ealing Rd , London, W5 4QL

1 reviews

Indian Ealing

The Coriander Leaf says

At The Coriander Leaf, our aim is to stay true to the revered authentic taste and cooking preparations of the Indian sub-continent, whilst bringing a fresh level of innovation to the traditional menu, delivering a mouth-watering Bangladeshi fine dining experience to all our valued patrons. Our food is cooked fresh to order, using the freshest of herbs with many exciting blends of spices ヨ with attention to detail to put a visually exciting gastronomic experience right in front of you!

Our dedicated team of staff will cater to your culinary whims, and welcome you in a traditional, warm Indian way that makes you feel part of a big family. We hope that our exceptional food and a memorable service will combine to bring you back to us time and time again. With this, please accept our humble invitation to dinner ヨ Shuv Bhujon (Bon Appetit)!

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

South Ealing Tube Station 359m

South Ealing Station 435m


Address: 158 South Ealing Rd , London W5 4QL

Area: Ealing

Nearby Landmarks

M4 Junction 2 794m

Boston Manor House 1km


Telephone: 020 8560 6660


Cuisine: Indian


Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Food & Drink: 2.0

Service: 2.0

Atmosphere: 2.0

Value: 2.0

James C. gold reviewer 24 February 2014

Before the refurbishment this place specialised in fairly unusual but somewhat pricey £25 mark currys. Now it seems to have become a bit more average. This area of Ealing is somewhat of a food desert and a bit desperate despite the prescence of many other take away type establishments nearby. The guests are usually ordinary type people from local Council or other estates least to my mind. The service is a bit unenthusiastic to my mind-a lot of energy is needed to engage and be understood. the cooking is passable but no great shakes. Pretty much standard takeway fare lots of sloppy creamy sauces,Biryanis etc etc. Quite stodgy and greasy. The dimly lit interior is somewhat depressing heightened by the smoky glass appearing at night windows. But theres not much competition. OK for the odd warming quick meal. Service is fairly fast . Very 1970s-80s.