Michelin-starred Gymkhana restaurant and bar is Karam Sethi's latest venture, part of the Sethi family, owners of London restaurants Trishna, Bubbledogs and The Pearson Room.

The aesthetic for the Gymkhana identity is drawn from prevalent sports at India's Gymkhana such as cricket, polo and equestrian as well as expressions of tradition, opulence through the use of crests and ornate detailing.

The menu is modern Indian with a focus on the tandoor oven and sigri charcoal grill. Signature dishes include club-style nashtas (Indian all-day snack fare) such as Duck egg and white crab bhurji. Dishes such as Achari roe deer chops, pickling spices, clove smoke, mustard mooli are served roasted from the tandoor.

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Average main course: £15.00 (USD21.87) per diner
Average food spend: £65.00 (USD94.76) per diner

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42 Albemarle Street
+44 (0) 20 3011 5900
Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 43 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Gymkhana

4.0 out of 5 9 November 2015
by Namita A.

I almost didnt want to write a review about this place because i love it so much and its already SO popular (yes i am turning british!). But OMG, awesome awesome place. I took hubby here for his birthday and we were both STARVING.

Food: We started at the upstairs bar with some poppadums and two chutneys, which were fine. I had a glass of bubbly which is always a way to make me happy. We...more

5.0 out of 5 17 October 2015
by Brittany F.

This was the first I had of two dinners in one night. I have limited time in London so need to get everything in! It's by far the coolest Indian restaurant I've ever been to.

Gymhana is located in the bustling Mayfair neighborhood and boasts a colonial feel with a fabulous bar and cocktail list and authentic Indian food with a focus on wild game meats.

I started with the the venison naan...more

4.0 out of 5 4 September 2015
by Stacy H.

Very tasty food and excellent decor. Like the China Club in Hong Kong, this restaurant harks back to the days of colonialism, featuring photos and paraphernalia from the British Raj in North India. Unlike the China Club, the staff don't make customers feel like they are actively participating in cultural hegemony and oppression.

The menu is mostly game-based, but as I went with my mom (a...more

2.0 out of 5 12 August 2015
by Jeanne-Marie B.

I was very very disappointed and so was my friend. I was so excited to eat at Gymkhana as I read a lot about it (most of the review I read, people were invited to eat there).

They won a Michelin star so I thought it would be a very special place for Indian food, now I know that doesn't mean anything at all. We left the place and both thought that next time we want an Indian dinner we will just...more

5.0 out of 5 26 July 2015
by Mathias H.

I went to Gymkhana not just a little bit doubtful if it would be any good. I still recalled my last encounter with a Michelin starred Indian restaurant, Benares, with a certain level of horror as that was just horrendous. Gymkhana does however play in a totally different league. First of the service was truly top notch throughout the meal, the waiter always anticipated when we had questions...more

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