Recently featured in the London Metro, Samantha Rae writes….
“The Chilli Mili Chicken Wings were not only tasty, they also cleared my sinuses – a herd of elephants in Africa thought I was sending them a mating call. My lamb biryani was sealed over with pastry and breaking into it was as satisfying as puncturing the seal on a tube of Pringles. The peshwari naan – and I class myself as a connoisseur of nothing, if not a peshwari naan – was beautiful. There’s pork on the menu – which you may not find in every Indian restaurant, and the staff are lovely. It’s in easy distance of Charing Cross, and well worth dropping in before catching a train home.”
Daawat Indian Restaurant has a bright red entrance on Burleigh St, as well as direct access through the main hotel foyer.
Keralan Head Chef, Asharaf Valappil, cooks authentic Indian cuisine using three tandoor ovens. The whole team invites you to enjoy their ‘Daawat’ experience, meaning ‘Indian Feast.’
Authentic flavours, not just heat
Asharaf combines his passion for regional home-cooking with original fine dining twists, using traditional spices from all across India. Our signature curry dishes include Grandma Kodi Kura and Seabass Varuval. For curry enthusiasts you’ll also find the classics Chicken Tikka Massala and Lamb Biriyani.
Indian Afternoon Tea
Our Indian Afternoon Tea is one of London’s most original dining experiences. Chef’s selection of lightly spiced nibbles includes Bombay Burgers, Lamb Samosas and sweet Indian pastries.
Indian Light Bites
For lunch with a touch of spice, our Indian Light Bites give you a whole range of flavours, with individual dishes from just £4.00. Or choose our Express Thali Lunch, 2 courses for just £9.95
Treat yourself to either a 2 or 3 course early dinner, available Thursdays to Sundays, 5pm – 7pm
Diwali – The Festival of Light
From 27th October to 3rd November 2016, we’ll be celebrating The Festival of Light with our special Diwali Menu for £26.95 per person
To reserve your table either call 020 7379 4737 or use the booking calendar on the right