If you find yourself craving curry in North London, head for Gulshaan – one of Kentish Town’s most popular Indian restaurants. Situated right next to the tube station, it’s ideal for mid-week lunches and laid-back dinners before a gig at the Forum or a night out in Camden Town. The chefs use fresh herbs and spices and prepare each dish in the style of the region it originates from to guarantee an authentic flavour. The menu features familiar favourites like baltis, biryanis and seafood dishes like the spicy prawn madras. For something a little different, try Gulshaan’s signature dish – Murgh Bade Saba, which is chicken cooked with green chillis, coriander, ginger, yoghurt and a unique blend of herbs and spices. You won’t be disappointed!
Venue Details & Map
343 Kentish Town RoadKentish TownLondonNW5 2TJ
- Public transport:
- Kentish Town West, National Railway
The naan bread is amazing. We got the garlic and the almond coconut ones. We then got another almond coconut because it was so good! The top lamb dish was amazing and the chicken murgh masala was also delicious. Definitely coming back. Only reason for 4 stars is they have trouble understanding us and tried to have us order more than we wanted a couple of times.more
The food was pretty good, but the service was substandard . The staff was more interested in folding napkins than serving clients . There was no toilet paper in the ladies, and we mentioned it to the waiter. He did nothing. So don't expect a hygienic experience here.more
Had a really decent curry here not so long ago. The staff are friendly and attentive, and the food is great. Lovely tasting curry's and the breads are good too. Not quite as good as tiffin tin if you are getting a takeaway, but if you want to eat out, you'll have no complaints. A clear 4 stars.more
My boyfriend and I don't normally bother ordering Indian food, as it is nearly always disappointing. Things might sound exciting on the menu...but quite often we end up with a greasy mess, that all tastes the same, no matter what we order. However this weekend the snow, my extreme tiredness and the complete lack of food in our flat made us willing to risk ordering some Indian cuisine.
I have to admit to getting a takeway from here more often than a nutritionist would strictly speaking recommend. Not just because it's a handy 1 minute walk from my flat, but because the lamb rogan josh has to be tried to be believed, the naans are excellent and the people who work there are LOVELY. Plus there's little Sainsbury's right next door for the necessary curry accoutrements like...more