Mathura Atul Kochhar Halal Restaurant Westminster London

Chef Atul Kochhar launches Mathura in Westminster

HALAL STATUS Halal options available (prepped & cooked separately) • Alcohol served

Mathura Atul Kochhar Halal Restaurant Westminster London

Credit: Mathura

It’s been a long time coming, but double Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar has finally opened unique Indian restaurant Mathura in central London.

Located in the old Grade II listed Westminster Fire Station, this huge 120-cover venue has been “inspired by flavours and traditions from Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, [and] Myanmar (Burma)”.

While alcohol will be served, the spice-master has also confirmed with FtLion: “Yes, it will be serving Halal selection on the menu.”

The restaurant comprises four rooms: The Watch Room, “one of the only standing Watch room’s left in the world”; the Kushan Dynasty Room with iconic heritage-listed tiles from 1906 when the place was built; the Chef’s Table with views into the kitchen; and the 90-cover dining room, which features an open kitchen.

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Having courted controversy before the pandemic, the contrite chef has certainly moved on as he busily prepares to celebrate the launch of his third London restaurant Masalchi this Monday 25 October in London’s Wembley Park.

While having rated Atul’s first London eatery Kanishka 4.5/5 in 2019, where his Naga Scallops won the #FtLionAwards Best Seafood dish, FtLion will be publishing a review of Masalchi very soon.

4 Greycoat Place, Westminster, London SW1P 1BN.

T: +44 (0)20 4549 1906 | W: | E: [email protected]

Opening Hours: TBC

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