traditional local Indian. Specially love their awesome onion bhajis and chicken tikka feeyazi bhuna but everything is good.
JD Evans, London at Feb 11, 2019
KB, London at Dec 30, 2018
I have eaten in this restaurant for 20 years, none better, great staff, food is exceptionaly excellent.... !
Terry Andrews, Islington at Oct 23, 2018
Best Indian in the area! Great hospitality! food is cooked perfectly, never had a bad experience! What a lamb dubiaza!
beckie bell, london at Aug 10, 2018
Always a great lamb bhuna naan and pilau.
Daniel Graves, N1 at Feb 28, 2018
My wife and I have been coming here for years now. Visited around 50 times over the years and enjoyed it every time. Friendly staff and reasonably priced food. Would strongly recommend.
Stuart , Islington at Sep 5, 2017
Outstanding food, great taste, extremely good delivery service, would highly recommend
John turner, Islington at Sep 5, 2017
Best take away in the area by miles!
lizzy jackson, Dalston at Aug 6, 2014
If your looking for a great indian then this is it,great food ,the best atmosphere ,even better service ,all you can ask for in an indian.They do takeaway and eat in .You cant beat the great friendly service or there food which is to die for,always hot and tasty (takes a while to come which just shows how fresh it is).Idealy placed to eat in before or after a night out weather with you freinds or for a romantic meal.this realy is the place to eat,just try it and see, it is also very reasonably priced.
Glenburg, www.touchlondon.co.uk at May 26, 2010
I'm glad to say it has improved drastically. The food is old style Indian which I like, but if you're looking for a lighter more modern approach to curries you'd be disappointed. The tandoori dishes are great - good sized shell-on prawns - and decent portion sizes. I can particularly recommend the king prawn patiya and the lamb korai. There are plenty of regulars who must've been going there forever - always a good sign. Oh, and the house red is ok too.
Chicken Little, www.qype.co.uk at May 26, 2010
It's hard to completely gauge A Taste of India, as I went along this week for a wedding lunch, but based on that experience it was most pleasing: tender chicken served with a fresh and crispy salad, a never ending supply of perfect naan bread and a selection of dishes that really hit the spot considering it was a set menu. <br><br> The service was attentive and friendly, and the setting was about as low-lit curry house as low-lit curry house gets.
Eamon, www.qype.co.uk at May 26, 2010