National Curry Week 2019 Patri

Our recommended restaurants for National Curry Week 2019

With National Curry Week kicking off today (7-14th October), we curry-crazed Brits, who devour millions each year, need little reason to celebrate our national dish.

While around 23 million people consumed curry in 2013, according to the National Curry Week website, the UK is spoiled for choice with over 9,000 Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi restaurants across the country.

And with so many of these being Halal and Halal-friendly, here’s five London curry houses to consider this week starting with the award-winning Indian restaurant Patri, which we recently rated an impressive 4.5/5 ROARS.

HALAL STATUS Fully Halal food menu • Alcohol served

OFFER FREE MOCKTAIL with every meal – Quote ‘Feed the Lion’ to a member of staff (not in conjunction with any other offer)

If there’s one place you should visit this week, it has to be Patri, a brand that brings the authentic street food flavours of India to the streets of west London’s Hammersmith and Northfields.

Patri Hammersmith was shortlisted as a finalist for ‘Restaurant of the Year’ and Patri Northfields ‘New Restaurant of the Year’ at this year’s London Curry Awards, before Patri Hammersmith was crowned ‘Street Food Restaurant of the Year’, while owner and chef Puneet was voted ‘Curry Entrepreneur of the Year’.

The name Patri, which means ‘railway track’, essentially represents the theme that’s inspired the menu, which revolves around the following “2 train journeys of India”: New Delhi Station and Calcutta Junction – the latter being a new menu update and replacement to the previous Marwar Junction.

Patri could arguably be the best Indian restaurant in west London we’ve reviewed thus far. Some of the dishes we’d recommend are:

  • CALCUTTA JUNCTION Mangsher Jhol – Bengali kitchen classic preparation of mutton slow cooked over low flame in mustard oil and softened boiled potatoes.
  • CALCUTTA JUNCTION Nizami Safed Maas – gentle spices blended with almond and cashew nut paste and softened with cream and milk.
  • NEW DELHI STATION Pantry Chicken Curry – onions and tomatoes cooked fast- and furious-style, and inspired by the moving express trains before being simmered with yoghurt, masalas and coriander.
  • NEW DELHI STATION Murgh Makhani – Chef’s Signature Butter Chicken on the bone, marinated chicken is first part cooked in the tandoor, clay oven and then the slices are gently cooked in buttery tomato cashew nut gravy topped with fenugreek honey and coriander.

Patri (Northfields)
139 Northfield Ave, Northfields, London W13 9QT.

T: +44 (0)20 3981 3388 | W: | E: [email protected]

Opening Hours: Sun-Wed 12:00–14:30, 18:00-22:00 | Thur-Sat 12:00–14:30, 18:00-23:00

Patri (Hammersmith)
103 Hammersmith Grove, Hammersmith, London W6 0NQ.

T: +44 (0)20 8741 1088 | W: | E: [email protected]

Opening Hours: Mon CLOSED Tue-Wed 12:30–14:30, 18:00-22:00 | Thur-Fri 12:00–14:30, 18:00-23:00 | Sat 12:00–16:00, 18:00-23:00 | Sun Sat 12:00–16:00, 18:00-22:00

OFFER 25% off dinner this National Curry Week by quoting “Feed the Lion” (booking essential)

Credit: Shola Kitchen

Located at the Media Works in White City, Shola Kitchen brings to the table Chef Aida Khan’s passion for authentic flavours and traditional recipes from the Pakistani city of Karachi, with the menu revolving around the “healthy and light”. Note also that they have now extended their opening hours until 10pm from Wed-Fri.

25% off dinner this National Curry Week by quoting “Feed the Lion” (booking essential).

Shola Kitchen
White City Place, 201 Wood Lane, White City, London W12 7TU.

T: +44 (0)20 8735 2822 | W: | E: [email protected]

Opening Hours: Sat-Sun CLOSED | Mon-Tue 11:00-16:00 | Wed-Fri 11:00-22:00

chicken Grand Trunk Road GT GTR Inidan Restaurant South Woodford London Halal Curry

Delhi Ka Chilli Pudina Murgh – Chicken thighs, fresh spinach, coriander & green chillies sauce, £14.95

Grand Trunk Road in South Woodford, Redbridge, is a higher end eatery which won FtLion’s Best Restaurant Award in 2017. With the same people behind it as those who helped Tamarind become one of the first Indian restaurants in the world to win a Michelin star, which it still holds to this day, this place is worth checking out.

Grand Trunk Road
219 High Road, South Woodford, London E18 2PB.

T: +44 (0)20 8505 1965 | W:

Opening Hours: Tue-Sat (Lunch) 12:00-14:30, (Dinner) 17:30-22:30 | Sun (Lunch) 12:00-15:30, (Dinner) 17:30-20:30

Fish Thali Ho Surberton Halal Indian Restaurant London Curry Awards

Goan Curry Fish – Fillet of fish marinated over night, spiced tomato & onion sauce (GF), £9.95

Thali Ho in Surbiton is one for the thali-aficionados. Having triumphed at the Asian Curry Awards’ “Best Casual Dining Restaurant, London Suburbs” last year, you can use our exclusive 15% discount this curry week by reading their review here.

Thali Ho
31-33 Brighton Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 5LR.

T: +44 (0)20 8399 0094/ 4434 | W: | E: [email protected]

Opening Hours: Mon-Thur 12:00-15:00 & 17:30-22:30 | Fri-Sat 12:00-15:00 & 17:30-23:00 | Sun 12:00-15:00 & 17:30-22:00

Coconut Shrimp Seafood Matsya Contemporary Fine Dining Mayfair Indian London Halal

Daab Chingri in Coconut Shell – Shrimps cooked in Coconut shell with fresh coconut milk, flavoured with green chillies and Kasundhi mustard, £39.99

Matsya is a contemporary fine dining Indian restaurant in the glitsy district of Mayfair, which won the ‘Best Restaurant in London’ at the Curry Life Awards in 2017.

The above Daab Chingri really was a fantastic dish that was presented in the most beautiful way.

54-55 Curzon Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 8PG.

T: +44 (0)20 7499 8953 | W: | E: [email protected]

Opening Hours: Sun CLOSED | Mon-Sat (Lunch) 12:00-14:30, (Dinner) 17:30-22:30

This editorial is sponsored by Patri.

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