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Mayfair, Belgravia
42 North Audley Street, Mayfair, London W1K 6ZR

Bibi comes from chef Chet Sharma, previously at big name restaurants Moor Hall and L'Enclume and then Group Development Chef at JKS (Gymkhana). This sees him join up with JKS again, and in charge of the kitchen at This Mayfair Indian restaurant. It takes its influences from across India "from roadside cafés from Punjab in the north, to Kerala in the south."

South London
4 Arches Ln, Nine Elms, London SW11 8AB

Vivek Singh’s bright and breezy chain fuses Indian spicing with the best of British produce. So the Kentish saddle of lamb comes with keema saag and mussels are served with a in tomato curry leaf broth.

South London
Riverlight Quay, 2 Nine Elms Ln, London SW11 8AW

Gul Vaswani's vision of promoting Rajasthani culture in India has made its way to London where the menu here celebrates the food of Rajasthan as well as roaming the subcontinent. It's quite spectacular looking too.

Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden
2a Garrick St, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9BH

After huge success with the original restaurant in Carnaby, Asma Khan has moved Darjeeling Express to Covent Garden. It's split into two - introducing an all-day deli alongside the main restaurant where the much-loved biryani and more is on offer.

Central London
Victory House, 99-101 Regent St, Mayfair, London W1B 4RS
Michelin star 1 Michelin star

London's oldest restaurant (it was opened way back in 1926) covers all the classics you'd expect from an old school, rather grand Indian restaurant on Regent Street.

Westminster, Strand, Victoria
8 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4BP
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

Fancy a deconstructed shepherd's pie or a masala scotch egg? Then the London outpost of Farzi Cafe is for you. They're already big in India and now the restaurant with its experimental Indian cooking has arrived in London.

South London
244 Brixton Rd, London SW9 6AH

A crisp, refreshing beer with an Indian is a fine thing and Booma’s USP is to match its selection of craft beers, ales, stouts and ciders to the dishes you choose on the menu. Think wine pairing but with beers. Booma offers 1/3 and 2/3 pint options so that you aren’t limited to what you can taste and match to your dinner. The staff are super knowledgeable, helping to choose what’s right for you.

South London
126 Acre Ln, Brixton, London SW2 5RJ

Beb's is a bring your own, café-style Indian restaurant specialising in Goanese food. Generous portions and a wider variety of well known Indian dishes are also available, making it a staple for many locals. Green masala curry lamb, a fragrant dish with spinach, or xacuti chicken cooked with coconut, star anise and nutmeg draw the regulars back in time and time again.

Chelsea, Kensington, Knightsbridge
10 Lincoln St, London SW3 2TS
Critic reviews - total score 7 out of 10

The chef and GM who headed up London's top Indian restaurants including Gymkhana and Jamavar are opening their first solo venture in Chelsea.

South Bank, London Bridge, Bermondsey
One Tower Bridge, 4 Crown Square, London SE1 2SE
Critic reviews - total score 9 out of 10

The team behind Gunpowder bring their latest Indian restaurant to Tower Bridge. And there will be a bakery/wine bar too.

The City
Bloomberg Arcade, 3 Queen Street, London, EC4N 8BN
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Charred, smoked and grilled is the name of the game at Brigadiers, which is cooking up all manner of kebabs, chops, tikka and feasting options for hungry City sorts at the Bloomberg Arcade, with a huge selection of beer to wash it all down. It comes from the same people behind Trishna, Hoppers and Gymkhana - so it's easily one of the best Indian restaurants in the City (with a good bar too).

Mayfair, Belgravia
17-19 Maddox St, Mayfair, London W1S 2QH

Atul Kochhar's first new restaurant after Benares is this Mayfair spot focusing on lesser-known Indian dishes.

North London
726 - 727 Camden Market’s North Yard, Camden London NW1 8AH

After winning an episode of the BBC's Million Pound Menu, street food legends Baba Gs have finally settled down with their own restaurant in Camden. They have their famed burgers and some brand new dishes too.

South London
41-43 Atlantic Road, London SW9 8JL

Another Brixton success story (it started at Pop Brixton), locals were thrilled that they chose to open a prime site near its humble origins. it takes up two arches - the first arch offering a space to sit at the bar, have a snack or wait for a table in the second arch. There's a seasonal, ever-changing Indian inspired menu, including a wide range of vegetarian dishes alongside their famous Keralan fried chicken.

Chokhi Dhani London
South London
Riverlight Quay, 2 Nine Elms Ln, London SW11 8AW

A five-star luxury hotel makes the leap to London for its first overseas restaurant, with street food downstairs, upmarket dining upstairs, and lots of art - including a giant, 14ft bronze elephant.

Dishoom Kensington
Chelsea, Kensington, Knightsbridge
The Barkers Building, Derry Street,London W8 5HR

Already a huge success wherever they open, this sees Dishoom opening in Kensington. Expect a large array of Indian small plates and expect a queue to get in at peak times.

Bombay Bustle
Mayfair, Belgravia
29 Maddox St, Mayfair, London W1S 2PA

Inspired by the street food of Mumbai Bombay Bustle, it offers lunchtime tiffins, with a menu packed full of exciting, seasonal ingredients you may not be familiar with, that's cooked by someone who definitely knows what they're doing.

Hoppers Marylebone
77 Wigmore St, Marylebone, London W1U 1QE

This is the sibling of one of Soho's most popular restaurants (and from the same people as Gymkhana and Brigadiers). This venue is larger AND you can book a table. As with the Soho original, there's a big focus on hoppers and dosas and some larger dishes alongside those.

Kricket Soho
Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden
12 Denman St, Soho, London W1D 7HH
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

After beginning life in a shipping container as one of the first restaurants in Pop Brixton, Kricket has come far. Inspired by Indian cuisine, they offer an ever-changing menu of Indian small plates. And they feature what may be one of our favourite snacks in town, the samphire pakora dish.

Mayfair, Belgravia
8 Mount St, Mayfair, London W1K 3NF
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

A North Indian dining experience from Dinesh Nair, co-chairman of The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts - you'll find dishes from both the Royal kitchens of Northern India and the coastal cuisine from the Southern states on the menu.

The City
11 White’s Row, London E1 7NF

Critic reviews - total score out of 10

This is the original Gunpowder which has since expanded to more locations across London, It's run by Harneet Baweja, who was an Indian entrepreneur who wanted to bring something different to the scene. The Indian small plates on their menu are inspired by those that the team grew up with and the Kashmiri lamb chops are a must.

Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden
49 Frith Street, Soho, London W1D 4SG
Critic reviews - total score 8.5 out of 10

Coming from the Sethi siblings, best known for Gymkhana but also behind Bao, Lyle's and more, this is inspired by roadside shacks (boutiques) of Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka. These shacks focus on hoppers and dosas which is with Hoppers. Persist in trying to get a table at peak times, t's worth it and very affordable.

Chutney Mary
Mayfair, Belgravia
73 St. James's Street, London SW1A 1PH
Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10

Chutney Mary has relocated to St James’s Street, a new location for the restaurant which has been around since 1990 and owner Namita Panjabi and her sister Camellia will be introducing various new dishes to the restaurant's menu.

North London
5 Stable Street, London N1C 4AB
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Dishoom is ALWAYS packed. Its take on Bombay cafe culture ensures long waits and queues at all their restaurants. This King's Cross restaurant is busy in the evening and for weekend brunch, but you can easily book for lunch. Its cavernous interior also makes it one of the largest in the group. But once settled down inside, you'll see why people keep coming back for its excellent Indian small plates.

Mayfair, Belgravia
42 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4JH
Critic reviews - total score 8.5 out of 10
Michelin star 1 Michelin star

The Sethi family's concept of taking a colonial gymkhana club theme and serving modern Indian food combined with British ingredients, with a focus on the tandoor oven and sigri charcoal grill was an instant hit. Always packed with A-listers and foodies alike.

15 -17 Blandford Street, Marylebone Village, London, W1U 3DG
Michelin star 1 Michelin star

They may have hit the big time with Gymkhana, but this is where the Sethi siblings (behind some of London's best restaurants) first started. It specialises in coastal Indian cuisine and boasts a Michelin star.

Lanes of London
Mayfair, Belgravia
140 Park Lane, London W1K 7AA
Critic reviews - total score 5 out of 10

This is the restaurant for the Marriott Park Lane. It aims to concentrate on the "best of London’s street food" and this is represented by mixing several international cusines that hark from distinct areas of London (those would be the "Lanes" of the title). That means Vietnamese (Kingsland Road) Indian (Brick Lane) British (Portobello Road) and Lebanese (Edgware Road).

Shoreditch, Clerkenwell
7 Boundary Street, London E2 7JE
Critic reviews - total score 7.5 out of 10

One of London's biggest success stories, Dishoom seems eternally popular. Serving up all manner of Indian small plates, there's just as big a focus on the bar here as the food. Expect to wait for your table at peak times.

Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden
12 Upper St Martins Lane, London WC2H 9FB
Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10

This is the original Dishoom, the self-styled Bombay cafe that propelled them to success. Now even bigger than before, you'll find small plates, inspired by Indian street food - not to mention bacon naans.

Cinnamon Soho
Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden
5 Kingly Street, London W1B 5PF
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

Vivek Singh is the latest big name chef to come to the heart of Soho with his new restaurant in Kingly Street, which is in a similar style to Cinnamon Kitchen.