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The Coriander - Barbican

Restaurants, Indian Barbican
3 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
The Coriander - Barbican

Time Out says

The latest in a mini chain of Indian restaurants, specialising in Northern Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine.

All the usual curries line the menu (tikka masala, dansak, balti, etc.), plus a selection of byryanis and various tandoori meats, fish or prawns. Specialties include slow-cooked lamb meatballs in the kachila, and Gurkha Jingha – prawns marinated in mustard, lemon and ground spices.

Originally founded in Essex, The Coriander made its first London home in Vauxhall, followed by north and south London branches in Oakwood and Blackheath.



Address: 55 Aldersgate St
Transport: Tube: Barbican
Price: £25 and under
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3 out of 5 stars

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