Indian Zing is an elegant Indian restaurant in Hammersmith owned by Chef Manoj Vasaikar, whose name has become synonymous with some of the most creative and exciting Indian cooking in London today. Manoj is passionate about real Indian cuisine and has travelled extensively throughout india hence his menu has a blend of regional recipes and traditional ingredients with modern techniques, flavours and presentation, which has made the restaurant popular both as a local and a destination Indian. Everything here is nicely understated: the welcome is warm, service is with a smile; china and glass sparkling; food fresh, vibrant and imaginative.
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236 King Street
What a treat. I was in town from NY for three days for work and a colleague recommended Indian Zing so four of us went for dinner. The staff was helpful and the device was prompt, the atmosphere was higher end but when the food came...wow. The flavors were perfect and the spice level was on the nose. I usually love incredibly spicy food and am often let down when I do not get over the top...more
What a special dining experience this was. It was our last night in London and we knew we wanted curry. I did some research and found Indian Zing. I had dined at Tayyabs in the past and it wasn't in the area we needed it to be. We are so happy to have found this spot -- no doubt it's a gem as the locals know it well.
It's a smallish restaurant with a very attentive, pleasant staff. White...more
Definitely among the best Indian places I have eaten. I had the appetizer platter along with fish curry items.more
I guess I was lucky to have stayed in the hotel cross street during my short trip to London.
Felt sudden hunger after 9PM, then went for this Michelin recommended restaurant for late dinner. Yes Michelin recommended and they did not lie about it.
Decoration was nice, polite staff. Food was fantastic. What surprised me was the sauce came with it. It tasted fruity sweet and spicy - great aid for...more
Very good quality food and great service, but it is definitely on the pricier side of Indian restaurants. Starter portions were relatively small and price difference to main dish versions of them was minimal so it's better to order the main dish version even if you are not too hungry.more