Since the mid 1980s, Kennington Tandoori has created authentic Indian specialties. Spices are slow roasted in-house before being ground, and 4 stock variations are prepared daily to give each dish full flavour. The food is complemented by the wine list, expertly put together by Caspar Auchterlonie. On warm days, the brasserie doors are opened for an al fresco feel.
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313 Kennington RoadLondonSE11 4QE
Some friends and I went to KT for a catch-up dinner on a Monday night, there was a fair amount of space and it was quite quiet (perhaps we were slightly raucous compared with all of the other diners).
The ambiance is the nicest of the Kennington restaurants that I've been to, and the staff were attentive. We decided on just mains, which were surprisingly slow to come out (based on how many...more
The best naan I've had. Ever. Its a sleek little restaurant in Kennington, attentive waiters, clean and stylish decor and amazing curry! Ice cold Cobra in refrigerated glasses. Attention to detail really makes this place stand out, and the delicious food makes it even better! Their perfect fluffy naan need to be tried to be believed!more
You must know that I have had delightful Indian food in several places in California and was expecting lovely service and delicious food. I really wanted my son to enjoy as he hasn't had any Indian food in over a year. So the anticipation was fairly high to begin with. We looked up the restaurant on-line and saw that the hours were 12-12. Goodie! It was about 5:15 when we found the place, only...more
OK - I admit that I was spoilt when living in Hertford and having the amazing Bollywood Indian restaurant on my doorstep. Quality, fresh and contemporary environment. 'Love Love Love the newly remodelled Kennington Tandoori'!!! The decor is great and the food is amazing. I beg you to go in and order what you always order when you have Indian. You will re-fall in love with Indian food!!!...more
Crikey this place was busy on Friday night! Probably due to a little sporting tournament called 'The ashes' taking place at the nearby Oval.
The queue was out the door (not sure if this is a regular occurrence), but fortunately we had booked ahead.
Six of us were squeezed around a table for four, in a room which is essentially 2 rows of tables and a narrow corridor for the waiters to run up...more