Atithi restaurant in London’s Twickenham is an Indian restaurant that aims to keep your love affair with Indian food fresh, exciting and ever-changing. Chef Krishnapal Negi is one of the most intriguing Indian chefs in the UK, having been trained in the Oberoi hotel group and working in some of London’s very best Indian kitchens, Michelin starred Rasoi Vineet Bhatia and Bib Gourmand Tangwizi among them. His menu is full of new creations and fresh interpretations of your favourite dishes, all of them stunningly presented. The restaurant is itself a stylish spot, decorated in natural materials and amber tones with authentic artefacts. The name ‘Atithi’ means ‘guest’ in Sanskrit. Be assured, the welcome at Atithi is warm in any language.
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Atithi Indian Cuisine
27 York StreetTwickenhamTW1 3JZ
- Public transport:
- Twickenham, National Railway
Decent Indian curries and kebabs and ok on wine list. Nothing to rave about but above average food.more
The other reviews of this appear to be for a different restaurant, perhaps the now-defunct 'Blah, Blah, Blah' further down Heath Road. At the time I'm writing this, the photo is also wrong, but regardless of all that...
Two of us went to Atithi for the first time last night. The food was excellent. There is a good selection of both vegetarian and meat based dishes. Perhaps shorter than at...more
Fantastic vegetarian restaurant with wholesome food of a very good quality.
Meat eaters might dislike this restaurant, because of the lack of animal ingredients, but the food is rather tasty and the selection is very unique.
This is a very affordable option and they have a fantastic eat-in or take-away lunch option, that is extremely good quality for money.
The only thing I dislike...more
This is one of the small chain of vegetarian Indian restaurants in West London, with other branches in Hammersmith and Mayfair.
The venue is clean but not fabulously interesting, being clad in varnished pine in almost every possible aspect (the same as the Hammersmith branch so perhaps the owners know a friendly carpenter!) - it actually feels like being in a log cabin!
However, the food is...more