Keen botanists might recognise the name of this Old Brompton Road restaurant – it’s taken from an eighteenth-century book on the plants of British India. Consequently, the restaurant's look pays homage to the time of the British Raj, but the food is a much more modern take on Indian cuisine.
Expect a mix of snacks, small plates and curries. From the small plates, dishes include Malwani prawn with yellow tomato chutney and black mooli, slow-braised angus short rib with raan sauce and turmeric hispi cabbage, and lamb sweetbread shikampuri, served with courgette chatpata, beetroot and goat's curd. Curries include corn-fed bergamot lemon chicken tikka or a paneer kofta with jerusalem artichoke and baby spinach.
Cocktails are also a focus, and are served alongside a wine list with bottles from worlds old and new.
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242 Old Brompton Road
|Transport:||Tube: Earls Court|
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