Great Restaurant. We enjoyed the dinner. We prefer the Thali, which were excellent. The service was also very friendly. Our friend and waiter Arif aka the King of India was great.
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Great place where we enjoyed our occasion with my friends, and we had delicious Indian foods and friendly service, they took care and suggest the dishes for our taste. This is the best restaurant in London to have Indian foods very tasty.
Visited this place after reading some good reviews while travelling to central London and it was pitch perfect . Thali was filling with dosa , rice , curries , sabji and yogurt . It did lack sweet though . Mysore coffee was very good ! Must try . Staff named arif was helpful and recommended us with some food suggestion.... More
I recently took 2 friends to chettinad to experience some South Indian cuisine and it knocked their socks off.We had papadams,followed by a masala dosa divided for three.Then a lamb madras,pretty spicey,chettinad kolli,a well spiced chicken dish with a great sauce,eral biryani,prawns,fantastic flavour,one portion of pulao rice,2 paratha,5 large kingfisher beers,i magners,bill including service £97.Fantastic food,excellent service.i am already looking... More
Great advise from our awesome waiter Arif who took us to the backroad of his native Southern India province. His recommendations hit the spot, and then some. Well worth the extra mile when you are in the city center or anywhere in London. Chettinad has so much more to offer than the somewhat boring tika massala or universal curries. Flavor... More
Great dosa, rest of the food is not as impressive, the prices are ok, nice wood carvings on the walls. Overall a good experience.
Competent wait staff, patrons were very loud to the point of discomfort resulting in an unpleasant atmopshere, the thali was no more than average.
I was visiting the area and often I would look to see I could fit in lunch or dinner with one of my favourite restaurant in the area. I have grown to like South Indian vegeteranean meal and the
We chose a mixed all-in starter followed by two mains, the lamb madras and seafood curry with flaky bread and lemon rice. The waiter seemed afraid we didn't know what we were ordering and kept asking if we were sure about the amount. We'd skipped lunch that day, so we were very hungry, and everything went in, leaving not as... More
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