Shilpa

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Hammersmith

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  • Address:

    Shilpa 206 King Street
    London
    W6 0RA

  • Venue phone:

    020 8741 3127

  • Venue website:

    www.shilparestaurant.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Lunch served noon-3pm daily. Dinner served 6-11pm Mon-Wed, Sun; 6pm-midnight Thur-Sat.

  • Transport:

    Tube: Hammersmith tube

  • Price:

    Main courses £2.95-£10.50. Set lunch £4.99 vegetarian, £5.99 (non-vegetarian).

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Jason Dawson

The most hideous thing I have ever had in my mouth. And, you may not know me, but that says something. Gagging.

Charlotte

What a find! Went here for the lunchtime deal. Got a delicious fish curry, veg curry, rice, poppadum, bread and pickles all for £8. Service was very fast and the food was delicious. Highly recommended.

Arti

This is my favourite Indian restaurant in London. It's also my local, so I couldn't ask for better. The food is consistently excellent. The service is friendly. One piece of advice: Don't order North Indian dishes, this is a South Indian restaurant.

London 2012

We just finished dinner there this evening and we have to say, by far the best Indian In the city! This establishment beats any brick lane inhabitant with individual flavours in each dish that makes them utterly delicious. We will certainly be back!

Willy Eckerslyke

We chose Shilpa after reading reviews and can wholeheartedly recommend the place. Roast sea bass dish was superb, bursting with flavour. Jalfrezi also went down very well. One of our party who used to frequent the Manchester's "curry mile" reckoned this was the best Indian meal he'd ever tasted!