Liberty Kebabish Restaurant
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The Liberty Kebabish Restaurant in London’s Kentish Town has a history almost as rich as the cuisine it serves.
Named after the first Kebabish restaurant, opened in the 1970s in the Liberty Market in Lahore, this local institution first found popularity in 1987, serving hungry London diners as the Indian Lancer until 2011 when it changed its name, but not its dedication to quality, authentic Indian food. Based around the cuisine of the Punjab and Lahore, Liberty Kebabish Restaurant’s kitchen uses all Halal ingredients in their cookery, sources traditional herbs and spices and follows authentic recipes to provide guests with what they consider to be the ‘real’ food of India. Smartly decked out in black and white with high backed seating and crisp white tablecloths, Liberty Kebabish provides a setting as conducive to romance as to business or relaxing with friends, accompanied by good food and a decent wine list at locally competitive prices.
Liberty Kebabish Restaurant 56 Chetwynd Road