Taste of India

Euston

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Our Menu is thoughtfully devised by our award wining chef. Using specialist ingredients and authentic spices, we offer modern and traditional Indian cuisine, ensuring each dish contains distinctive flavour. All our mouth-watering dishes from the pastry on our Samosas to the home-made Indian cheese we use in our delectable vegetable specialities are all made by our master chefs. The restaurant ambient with charming staff, discreet service and tantalising dishes that few can compete with, ensures guests to come back for more. Our aim is to bring the best in Indian cuisine, excellent service, value for money and a full dining experience.

Venue name: Taste of India
Contact:
Address: 126-130 Drummond Street
London
NW1 2PA
Price: £26 to £40

Average User Rating

2.1 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:1
  • 4 star:2
  • 3 star:0
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:6
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Mrs Roller

So far so good.Myself and my colleagues have lunch here quite frequently.Lovely food at affordable price in busy Euston

sandra

I visited this restaurant with my family and we had a really great time. The tandoori chicken and chicken tikka was well cooked and really tasty. The rice dish we had was also delicious. The service was good and I will definitely make an effort to go there again.

Emma

Worst Indian restaurant I ave even been. Super expensive and food is not worth eating. Left without completing my food.

Sukrut

Portions are super small and expensive. Felt embarrassed after taking my friends there.

Deepak

Worse food I have ever eaten in London. New restaurant. They should call them Taste of Bangladesh.

Rachit

Very bad choice to eat there. Won't recommend anyone. Very expensive. Not worth. Not authentic Indian.

Sharmistha

Was there with my husband, their Paranthas are not cooked properly and I find better ones in ASDA or TESCO (frozen ones). Bad choice to eat there.

Arindam

The most pathetic indian food i have ever eaten. Moreover, they are not Indian, they are Bangladeshi. The quantities are so less that they dont qualify for a side dish. Will never go there again and wont recommend anyone.

Paola Bassanese Energya

I went to Taste of India today with a friend and we chose the lunch set menu, a bargain at £5.95 (prices correct on 15th February 2013): you get four courses, all presented together. They include: a bhaji, a vegetable and a meat curry, pilau rice and rice pudding. The spices were mild and fragrant and blended beautifully. We really enjoyed our meal and we are definitely going back.