South Indian Restaurants in London?

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  1. amudha

    amudha Senior IL'ite

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    Hey,

    We have tasted in many Indian restaurants in London. Though most of them specialize in good North Indian food, I am just longing for South Indian menu.

    Anybody here living in London who knows restaurants serving typical South Indian food?
     
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  2. vinu

    vinu Junior IL'ite

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    Amudha, we go to a restaurant called "Chennai Dosa" in Eastham London.

    Typical S.Inidian food served there are delicious. Their speciality is dosa and I like the mini idly too. I don't get to do S.Indian food in the exact taste, hence I never miss this restaurant whenever we visit Eastham.

    Hey, I am suprised that you have not been there [​IMG]
     
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    kb2000 Bronze IL'ite

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    Saravana Bhavan in East Ham

    Now you have "Saravana Bhavan" in East Ham.

    Enjoy the S.Indian food....
     
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    bluejamun New IL'ite

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    try sarvanah near dollis hill tube station in north london, i love the dosas and chutneys they offer..

    you may like to visit bolobolo.co.uk if you are an Indian in London, I find them useful for information like this.

    Ciao. Poonam
     
  5. kb2000

    kb2000 Bronze IL'ite

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    Is there any Indian grocery shop near Egham? Please post yr replies asap.

    TIA
     
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    Tamildownunder Bronze IL'ite

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    There is Saravana Bhavan in Wembly. There is one south Indian restaurant opposite to Hounslow station where you can eat buffet lunch for just 4 pounds with rice, sambhar, rasam, vegetables, appalam, sweet etc. There is one Hyderabad restaurant in Southall where you can have all Andhra specialities like pesarattu etc.
     
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    Vini K Bronze IL'ite

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    Hi Amudha,hope I am not too late in replying.We generally go to saravanaa bhavan in east ham and food is great.Chennai dosa is very good as well.In ln Lewisham,you will find Madras restaurant that serves south indian food,bot veg and non-veg.You could try that as well.
     
  8. Vini K

    Vini K Bronze IL'ite

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    Hello kb2000,there are many indian grocery stores in East ham.you will get all indian groceries there.If you mean to ask about egham,I am not sure there is any such place but I may be wrong.
     
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    hi,
    there r so many south indian restaurants in eastham,wembly,tooting,harrow,ealing,croyden. if u go to eastham u can see lots of chennai restaurants there... n also some tamil shops (names also written in tamil) will be there..n u can get even madurai fresh malli there.."oru molam oru pound".. even in hounslow also u can get all indian grocery items..there r some tamil shops too.. i think this small info. will be useful.
     
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    Hey,

    Yup there are a couple south indian restuarants I know of in London. There is: 1. Sakonis in Wembley(not a fancy place but good food)
    2. Chennai Dosa in East Ham - Great
    3. Ragam in London, not too far from Goodge street station
    4. Sadya in SW London
    5. Woodlands in Wembley

    Hmm that's all I know around the London area. I've tried a couple and they are quite good, let me know how it goes!

    Vishana xx
     

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