A bustling local eatery in buzzy Borough, Simply Indian with its straightforward menu of subcontinental favourites is a popular local pit-stop. The sleek exterior sets the tone for the minimal décor within, while the compact interior adds to the intimate, friendly ambience. Food ranges from curry favourites to regional house specials, and there's a well-chosen drinks list to wash everything down.
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25 Tabard Street SouthwarkLondonSE1 4LA
Booked a table here for a small group for a friend's birthday meal and everyone was incredibly happy with the quality of the food and the incredible service. The menu had a large selection of North and South Indian dishes that catered to varied tastes. In addition, many of the vegetable dishes were vegan, or a vegan version of the dish could be made. Staff were very understanding and...more
Small but lovely authentic Indian restaurant. Located close to where we are staying and we noticed many people ordering take away. Food was delicious and wait staff was very friendly and helpful. We ate vegetarian options, of which there were many, and were very pleased. We'll be back during our stay.more
Phenomenally good. Prepared on the spot, super fresh, absolutely satisfying - and without the greasy weight that is the downfall of so many Indian joints. The flavors are bold and distinct, but with enough restraint to let you appreciate each on its own and in combination with the others. A real symphony of a meal - and what a value! Will definitely be returning, and often. A real find!more
A small clean and unpretentious restaurant offering very colorful and tasty food. Will definitely eat there again!more
Stumbled upon this tiny restaurant through the reviews on Yelp. Its local to me and I had a craving for Indian and decided to gamble on what looks, from the surface, to be potentially hit and miss.
Luckily though it was as far from a 'miss' as could be. Really tasty authentic Indian cooking, every dish was great. The Goan chicken curry was a highlight, but the naan and roti were equally...more