Located on Kennington Lane in Vauxhall, south London, The Coriander is part of a small chain of British Indian restaurants that are known for their bright and cosmopolitan interiors, modern curries and regular clientele. Decorated with sunny lemon walls, burgundy banquettes and blonde wooden floors, The Coriander attracts young professionals, local families and couples and also has a popular takeaway service. Chef's specialties at The Coriander include the lamb Aam Diya cooked with mango, cream and coconut sauce garnished with sultanas; the Tandoori King Prawn Masala cooked in a sauce made from almonds and coconuts and special tandoori spices; and the Ajwani salmon – fresh Scottish salmon chargrilled in the tandoor with lemon juice, ginger and carom.
Venue Details & Map
The Coriander - Vauxhall
332 Kennington LaneLambethLondonSE11 5HY
- Public transport:
- Vauxhall, Underground
Been eating at this restaurant for 3/4 years now! It's a great restaurant but sometimes suffers from variable service. My most recent visit was great. The food was tasty. I had the mixed grill and a vegetable side dish. Both were amazing and the peshwari naan is always v v good. The service just needs to raise a little. Overall well worth a visit.more
Probably some of the best Indian dishes I have ever had in my life. But also some of the most unfriendly service I have ever come across in London. Super cute little space in Vauxhall and worth a try as long as your prepared for the large side of bitchiness that comes along with your meal.more
Delicious food in an unpretentious, little restaurant.
I hesitated between 3 and 4 stars. Decided 4 is adequate, given the quality of the food.more
Whilst the restaurant isn't a fancy looker, the food they serve up here is rather yummy.
The portions are very generous, curries well seasoned and full of flavour, the meat always nice and tender.
There's all the usual curries you'd expect of an Indian restaurant menu, as well as some Nepalese and Bangladeshi specialities if you fancied trying something different.
I'd say dining in at the...more
There are much better Indian restaurants in London and several close by.
The staff moved a lot of tables to accommodate our large crowd and were pretty decent.
I would probably give it a better rating but I ordered the wrong thing. When it arrived on a plate with a salad and a lot of sauce over top, I knew that a mistake had been made. I wanted a little bowl of wonderful, instead I got a...more