Since recently opening after an extensive rebuild, Tamarind Mayfair has gained the attention it deserves for its breathtakingly beautiful design and wonderfully crafted new Indian dishes. It’s therefore welcome news that many of these are now available as part of a very reasonable Lunch and Pre-Theatre Set Menu, with examples including Allabadi Baked Samosa, Crispy Chicken Wings and Kerala Fish Curry.
The Tamarind Set Menu is available from 12pm to 2.30pm and 5.30pm to 6.30pm Monday to Sunday and is priced at £25 per person for two courses and £30 per person for three courses.
The Foxlow Xinger Burger has arrived.
A tongue in cheek nod to a certain well known classic, the Foxlow Xinger Burger is loaded with spicy coated Creedy Carver chicken, red chilli rellish and spicy aubergine sauce and served with smoked paprika and onion cubed home fries.
Spicy, delicious and a perfect fuel for cold winter months, it will be available in all three Foxlow restaurants (Soho, Clerkenwell and Balham) for lunch and dinner until 30th April, priced at £15 (including home fries).
Spanish restaurant Camino are providing a welcome antidote to your winter blues with their new Weekend Feasts.
Available from 12pm onwards on weekends at Camino Bankside, and Saturdays at Camino Shoreditch, Weekend Feasts are perfect for sharing. Featuring an incredible and hearty meat feast of typical Spanish grill for the table, plus a side each to choose from, it’s also great value at just £20 per person.
In addition, there are some brand new seasonal specials coming up at all sites for February and March, including Pan roasted venison loin, with a spinach and idiazabal cheese cake and Oloroso sauce and Chargrilled calçots with Romesco sauce.
Tamarind Mayfair is now open at 20 Queen Street, Mayfair, W1J 5PR, after a considerable eight-month rebuild, incorporating a whole new foyer and floor.
This esteemed Indian restaurant now has two incredible new chefs at the helm, Executive Group Head Chef, Karunesh Khanna and Tamarind Mayfair Head Chef, Manav Tuli, whose combined experience includes industry heavyweights Amaya and Chutney Mary. Together they have created a contemporary take on authentic Indian cooking, with examples such as Tandoori Prawn Balchao with spicy and tangy chilli marinade and Pistachio Crusted Grilled Lamb Chops just some of the utterly delicious dishes available.
As for the interior, it really is breath-taking: both the lower ground floor and the first floor dining rooms are somehow intimate and magnificent at the same time, every beautiful detail – from the sumptuous fabrics to the bespoke floorboards – perfectly combines to create a fluid, serene, comfortable space incorporating 152 covers, over two impressive floors. Featuring an elegant pastel colour scheme, it is feminine and luxurious, without being overstated.