|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (€28.47) per diner|
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
119 Brockley Rise
Forest HillLondonSE23 1JP
Top 5 reviews of Babur Restaurant
Our cocktail and canapes by Chef Jiwanlal's included poultry, vegetarian, savoury and sweet... plus we also took up their 50% off offer in the restaurant that night. Would be ashamed not to!
chukandri venison £7.95 - quite a heavy spiced and the venison was a little dry.
clove smoked lamb chops £8.25 - the infused flavour of cloves is so subtle yet quite distinct. I have never had cloves as...Read More
One of my favorite London restaurants. So many great things to write about this place. The hospitality is one of the best, the cocktails are great and somewhat adventurous, and the food is cooked to perfection. Little minor details such as the offering of samples while you wait only adds to the experience.Read More
I went here with someone who has been frequenting this establishment for a long time and is a big fan. So I let them order while I sat back. I didn't even look at the menu, so I can't say for sure that the menu is not a typical Indian restaurant. But I will say the two dishes I had were certainly unique. One of them, was rabbit and it was brilliant. Just not typical Indian, so I was a bit out...Read More
I don't think I have had better Indian food out of India. They make perfect food, every time! Wonderful classic dishes, and great niche dishes that aren't that common, but great nonetheless.
They do delivery too, so it's pretty much a win-win situation here guys!
What else could you want from an Indian restaurant, there's a dish for everyone, and there's no need to go for the meat dishes if...Read More
Very upmarket Indian food. Lots of deep flavours, surprising twists and beautifully plated delicacies!
This really is so much more than your usual Indian restaurant, I wouldn't be surprised if they were in the running for a Michelin recommendation. It's not cheap, but then again it's not your average Indian takeaway, it's more like a journey through the subcontinent by taste, smell and texture.Read More