Find out what Indian restaurants to try in Sunbury including Indian Zest, Namaste Gurkha, Khyber Pass, The School of Spice, Babucci, The Great Gurkhas, Mumbai Square Restaurant, The Harrow Inn, Indian Ocean, Phewa Nepalese Dining
4 based on 73 reviews
Phewa takes its name from one of the mesmerising lakes in Nepal. It was Nepal where our Head Chef mastered the art of fine gastronomic cooking, so that every dish is healthy and beautifully presented. We only use authentic, natural and fresh flavours! All
Been using this restaurant since it opened and in that time (three years?) it has simply got better and better. Love the chaps masala here and all the dishes are tasty and consistently good. The staff make you welcome and, worryingly now know my name, which is a bit special.
4 based on 172 reviews
We had several dishes, king prawns where delicious and the specialty Baltic was my favourite. The customer service was great! (Beginning to end). Weâre looking forward to the next time already :)
4 based on 119 reviews
The Harrow Pub
Hi, came here for lunch for our wedding anniversary, on Sunday 26/5.We ordered starters, main and desserts. I had the potatoe skins, and hubby had his usual prawn cocktail, for mains hubby had the sea bass with sautÃ©ed potatoes, I had the roast beef this time, it was really nice, the se bass was in a really nice garlic butter sauce, it was delicious, I tried abit of hubbys lunch. For dessert , I had apple pie with custard on the side, and hubby had the sticky toffee pudding, The food was nice and tasty and staff as usual always attentive. Thank you guys, keep up the good work, and thank you to the chef.
4 based on 157 reviews
A friend recommended that we visit this restaurant. We eat at a lot at Indian/Bangladesh restaurants so I guess we have high standards. We were the first table to be seated at 6pm on a Tuesday and when we left there were only two other tables occupied, however, the service was very slow. Our waiter took our order leaning over the bar rather than choosing to stand by our table. My Bangla beer was cold but could have been a bit colder, my personal preference. We chose the spicy Papadums but should have chosen the plain. The food was ok but not plentiful as in other restaurants we visit. I had the Madras, it was quite nice but the madras flavour was a little bit lacking. Other restaurants offer a complimentary drink with the bill, Mumbai Square donât. All in all, quite nice but will not be returning.
4 based on 330 reviews
If you are anywhere near Weybridge by car or train, this gem of a restaurant must be visited. There is a good range of authentic Nepalese cuisine to satisfy all palates, and (a major plus point) what must be the best and widest vegetarian choices for many
After having visited last in 2016 where I remembered it to be delicious I was keen to return.The raita with the poppadoms was too thick and processed. The Himalayan chicken was bland, with large chunks of chicken (mini fillets) which were grisley. The phewa lamb was just ok. Sag paneer also bland. Rice and naan were average.I donât know if the restaurant had an off night (due to the good TA reviews) or if it really has just gone downhill. Regardless, we wonât be returning and wouldnât recommend.
4 based on 102 reviews
The food was amazing, so tasty and very well presented. Service was a little slow even though it wasnât that busy but the staff were so friendly and as soon as you got their attention, they were very accommodating !! Will definitely be back :-)
4 based on 238 reviews
We live in Shepperton and haven't been to School of Spice for quite a while preferring another local Indian restaurant. However we were very pleasantly surprised. First rate and prawn tandoori was exceptional. We will now be regulars
4 based on 123 reviews
Have reviewed this restaurant a couple of times over the last five years or more. I have brought many friends here and all have been delighted. The food is flavoursome and the service wonderful. If there is a problem the team is always happy to resolve. Is it 100 pct consistent - no - but even on an off day it is still great. If it is busy (in or takeaway) you may have to wait. I love finding new dishes and am delighted that there are still dishes that can be found. Chicken patia, lamb dansak and sag chicken great dishes. Served with dry vegetable curry, sag mushoom (a little saucy) and a bhindi bhargie. A chipati or a naan. Washed down with a pint of cobra. Lovely evening. Dont miss out.
5 based on 345 reviews
A very warm welcome awaits you from the management and staff at Namaste Gurkha, one of the West London's most exclusive and exciting Nepalese and Indian dining experiences. Namaste Gurkha is a landmark of outstanding culinary excellence, serving exotic, m
If you are looking for great Nepalese food with very friendly service then do visit Namaste Gurkha. It is not a large restaurant so ensure you book, especially on a weekend. Popular with families as children are very welcomeâ¦which adds to the hubbub of the overall atmosphere. Leave some space for dessert as the âcarrot specialtyâ is well worth trying.Dr. JoyMadden, Thank U for leaving us a review. We are glad that U enjoyed our food and service. Our staff will be glad to hear of your high praise. Your detailed feedback is impressive and we hope to carry on delivering the same experience on your every visit. Take care. We hope to see U soon !!!
4 based on 637 reviews
A restaurant serving the exciting taste of many regions of India combined with style, flair and presentation.
Year since my last visit. Quality and standards as high as ever. Always have the meat thali as rare in Indian restaurants. Dishes different to your usual Indian menus. Absolutely wonderful. Service impeccable. Busy even on a Monday night. Free car park outside.
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