Khan's of Kensington
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
Khan's of Kensington restaurant in London’s South Kensington just a few steps from the tube station has developed a core of devotees over the years, from household names to lesser mortals, who delight in its slightly modern take on North Indian cuisine. The colonial ambience is very relaxed, pleasant, and its bijou dining room has an intimate feel. This is a great choice for pre-Albert Hall or taking the family after a visit to one of the big museums over the road. Some Khan’s of Kensington favourites - among many - are the fish coliwada, which is fried and marinated pomfret fish from Bombay, and the officer's chop of lamb in honey sauce. The tandoori’s and baltis are very popular, and if by chance you don't find your favourite on the menu, the kitchen is are happy to set that right, too. And Khan’s serves halal food, so you can dine with a clear conscience.