A modern Indian restaurant located on London’s Westferry Road, close to the Heron Quays DLR station, Aniseed is popular with the discerning Docklands types who insist on stylish surroundings as well as great food. A fairly intimate space, offering only a few tables, early booking is recommended to ensure your spot in Aniseed’s always busy dining room with its understated, attractive and contemporary décor. The restaurant is known for the excellence of its service with the waiting staff particularly efficient and polite without being overbearing in their friendliness – a must for business diners. Aniseed’s extensive menu covers not only the most popular Westernised curries and tandoori dishes but exclusive specialty dishes created by the kitchen team and authentic regional recipes with a particularly exotic flavour, the blending of meats and fruits particularly successful in numerous selections.
Venue Details & Map
25 Westferry RoadMillwallLondonE14 8JH
- Public transport:
- Heron Quays, Null
Modest exterior, but Excellent food and service. Both chicken and lamb are seasoned well and very tasty, served with crispy naan. Then there was hilarious looking ice cream served in an angry bird toy...more
I have been here a number of times and I never have anything to complain about.
On a Sunday and Monday they do a deal £10 for a starter, curry and side which is defiantly worth the price. I usually get chicken tikka starter which is always tasty then a chicken dopiaza which once again I can not fault. I have tried a number of different sides here and they are also tasty.
The staff are always...more
Little diamond. Small restaurant, with excellent Indian food for a low price. Friendly personal.more
Fabulous decor. Very attractive and relaxing. Amazing atmosphere, staff were over whelming. To top it up with all of that, the food was mind blowing. Have to say, what a great job they are doing. Will definitely return, and is highly recommended!more
Aniseed used to be called the Rogue Trader, but was revamped fairly recently so as to increase the bar space and make this place look a little bit posher. I haven't eaten here all that often - maybe four or five times over the last couple of years or so - but haven't had a bad meal here, nor have I found this place all that cramped. There's a wide selection of dishes on the menu and I've...more