Maharani is one of the oldest surviving restaurants in Clapham and probably one of the most famous Indian restaurants in London. It is a spacious restaurant that serves a variety of popular Indian dishes all at reasonable prices. Catering for private parties of up to 24 people is available upon request. Free parking is available for dining guests.
117-119 Clapham High Street, Clapham, London, SW4 7TB
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+44 (0)20 7622 2530
I ran in here for a quick lunch yesterday, lured in by the sandwich board promising a two course lunch for £4.50. You can choose between soup or an onion bhaji for a starter and a number of chicken or "meat" curries.
The restaurant looks a bit shabby from the outside but indoors it's all linen tablecloths and bright windows. The staff is helpful if a bit distant.
The starter was really,...more
One of the best Indian restaurants in London with some very nice twists on the classic dishes. I particularly recommend the balti vegetable tikka massala, one of the best vegetarian curries I've eaten in a long timemore
I was a little suspicious when I entered and figured we might get a decent curry, but it wouldn't be anything spectacular. Boy did I get proved wrong!
The waiter recommended a spicy lamb dish "gosth e mussala" which was to die for--I've never tasted anything like it. It was truly very spicy, just how I like it. It's the kind of dish that makes you sweat just a bit if you eat it too fast--in...more
Maharani is one of the best Indian restaurants in London! I have been eating here for the last three years and everyone I take loves it! The chicken tikka masala is my favourite dish! It is creamy, savoury and with each bit I'm a little sad that the meal won't last longer. I've also enjoyed the lamb sag which is equally delicious. The service is good but a bit slow, I'll readily admit, but...more
My landlord recommended that I go here, and as an annual visitor to India, I trusted his advice, but sadly, although good, it didn't live up to the rave reviews, and I think there are better options in the area.
It's a "traditional" english curry house - all linen table cloths, flock wallpaper, faded pictures, and the feeling that it never has, nor ever will change. I like this aspect of...more