This ever-popular Indian restaurant is something of a Stoke Newington stalwart, with a local history stretching back to 2002. It's also from a family that have been running Indian restaurants in London since the early '80s - beginning with Mother India over on Lower Clapton Road.
There's certainly plenty of choice on a menu that covers most curry house bases - think samosas, bhajis, vindaloos, jalfrezis, biryanis and bhunas. The most interesting options, though, come from the tandoor and from chef specials such as shatkora gosht, royal sagrana and keema korai - a Punjabi dish of minced lamb cooked in a spicy sauce with peppers, green peas, fresh green chilli, onions and the house garam masala.
Keep an eye out for special offers, as well as a good-value Sunday buffet. Delivery and take away services are available, too.
Over the years we have developed a breathtaking menu consisting of old favourites and our luscious signature innovations. So visit our contemporary restaurant, which is located on the famous Church Street in Stoke Newington, North London, N16.
The restaurant has been in Stoke Newington for a decade and has recently undergone a refurbishment. Chef Alam's menu consists of many old time favourites as well as his own signature innovations. All of his dishes are prepared with the care and the attention to detail that you would expect in a traditional Indian family home. Alam takes pride in Royal India's reputation as an established family business, and this is what he believes sets Royal India apart from other Indian restaurants.
Try our mouth-watering buffet. A variety of dishes - including vegetarian - are available from which to choose, all freshly prepared. Adult: £8.45. Child: £3.95. Children ten-years-old and under eat for free. Open all day from 1pm until 10.30pm.