Umami

Restaurants, Asian South Kensington
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Situated a stone's throw from Gloucester Road station, Umami (a pleasant savoury taste in Japanese) offers pan-Asian dishes to the west London masses. 

Sat amongst calming, earthy tones, diners can enjoy tastes of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and a few specials from the chef that change monthly. If you can't decide between options such as lychee tempura and pandan chicken, Umami offer sharing sized portions, so that your group can have a little of everything.

Palate cleansing teas are available to complement the range of spices, as well as cocktails, wine, beer and soft drinks.

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Umami says
Umami the pan-Asian restaurant in the heart of Kensington and Chelsea, perfectly situated on Cromwell Road, one minute from Gloucester Road Tube station (District, Circle, Piccadilly Line). Close to Harrods, Kensington Palace, Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park and the Museum District for The Natural History Museum, V&A and Science Museum.

Umami offers a range of authentic dishes from Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam. Many are available as sharing portions to tempt your taste buds with some unique flavours, whilst our set tasting menu offers our head chef’s suggestions from our most popular dishes to dine your way around the South China Sea.

You can also order from the comfort of your own home via Deliveroo for both lunch and dinner.
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Venue name: Umami
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Address: 98 Cromwell Rd
London
SW7 4ER
Transport: Tube: Gloucester Rd
Price: £25 and under
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S.Smith

Great food and friendly staff in a quiet atmosphere. Went with friends for dinner after a day at The Natural History Museum and loved it. I'm a big fan of Thai food mainly and went for the Thai green curry- Yum! We took the early bird offer but it's not even expensive! Def recommend this place.