As Tamarind enters its eleventh year, the Michelin starred Indian Restaurant continues to be instrumental in changing the perception of Indian cuisine. Tamarind provides a classic combination of indisputable knowledge, unique experience and tradition that holds worldwide recognition. The restaurant offers guests a sophisticated fine dining experience with effortlessly charming staff, discreet service and tantalising food that few can compete with.

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Typical meal price: From £41.00 (USD61.83) per diner

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96% customer satisfaction rate

Venue Details & Map


20-22 Queen Street
Book a taxi on +44 (0)844 556 0706 or with London's biggest car service app

Sample Menu

  • Tamarind Salad - Salad leaves, melon, plums and kumquats in a pine-nut and honey dressing - £6.75
  • Jhing Anari - Tiger prawns marinated with ginger, yoghurt, paprika and crushed pomegranate seeds- £22.00
  • Bhuna Achari Gosht - Boneless cubes of lamb leg with ginger, garlic, onions, ground spices and mixed pickle - £16.50
  • Dal Makhni - Slow cooked black lentils, a speciality of the North-West frontier - £6.50
  • Pulao Rice - £4.00
  • Naan - £.3.50


Catering Facilities
Halal options on menu
Kosher options on menu
Nut-free option on menu
Set price menu
Theatre menu
Vegetarian options on menu
Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 69 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Tamarind

5.0 out of 5 15 November 2015
by Mari I.

So very good! Amazing indian cuisine in London! We have been going there for years and everything is delicious. Tamarind Mayfair was the first Indian restaurant in the world to be awarded a Michelin star. The Malabar Shrimp is delicious!more

5.0 out of 5 26 October 2015
by Vadim P.

You don't get awarded a Michelin star for making average food. U don't retain it unless you can manta in the highest standards. I have been to many Michelin star restaurants and tamarind is no disappointment. This is not home style cooking that your mama makes. The level of cooking skill and complexity is very high and takes years at the highest level to develop. The food is simply amazing. No...more

3.0 out of 5 14 April 2015
by Has S.

I always get worried when I have to go to an Indian restaurant. I think will this live up to my mother's cooking? The answer is usually no and Tamarind was a no.

Four of us went for a friend's birthday and upon arrival we were asked for our coats and were sent down the dimly lit stairs which revealed the beautifully decorated restaurant. At the bottom of the hallway we were instantly greeted...more

4.0 out of 5 26 January 2015
by Meena L.

We were led downstairs to a spacious dining room and seated straight away.

The place is very popular so i do recommend a reservation.

They offer a pre theater menu with lots of tasty dishes £35 ph or an a la carte menu.

We chose the Kabab selection and this was substantial and VERY tasty. A huge tiger prawn, chicken, monk fish and lamb chop.

For our main we selected an array of dishes so we...more

2.0 out of 5 23 August 2014
by Ameena D.

After hearing, for years, how great Tamarind is we finally had a chance to visit for dinner this past week. I'm sorry to write that this place is very overrated.

Ambiance: Tamarind is a beautiful place. Clean, well-decorated, and located in Mayfair (where we usually stay). Note that this place isn't as formal as one would think, with people dressed in jeans and polo shirts.

Service: Very...more

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