Salt’n Pepper is the first overseas restaurant of Pakistan’s revered Salt’n Pepper Group, which was established over 30 years ago by the renowned hotelier, restaurateur and food writer Mr. Mahmood Akbar. The restaurant group has since become a well-respected household name and is considered Pakistan’s most recognised and distinguished hospitality brand, with ten restaurants in most major cities in the country.
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32 Orange StreetLeicester SquareLondonWC2H 7HQ
Am I not eating Indian food correctly in London? This is only my second foray into Indian food in London, and I was left somewhat disappointed again.
There is an interesting plaque on the wall that said something like, we only use British produce, organic foods (or something like that), but curiously the last line said "We use fewer spices, in fewer quantities" - but why? Indian food is the...more
Good stuff! I kept it simple with tandoori chicken, samosas and allo gobi, but honestly I've had better in the UK. On the pricey side but not far from Piccadilly sq.more
Very solid Indian/Pakistani food in London. For sure stick to the knitting here and do not venture off menu to anything not originating from the subcontinent. First the naan. I thought it was only mediocre. They had a neat selection of beers which I liked. One drawback was the smoking on the front patio it was epic and the stink was terrible. Why do people want to kill themselves with this...more
Pros: The bathroom was clean so you can assume the kitchen is clean. :-) The staff was pleasant.
Cons: The food was only ok. The curry lacked flavour. The samosas were warm on the outside and frigid on the inside. If you go, don't sit outside. Outside is very noisy with the current construction. Hmmm....overall, a disappointing lunch experience.more
First meal in London and it did not disappoint. This casual restaurant is bright and clean offering hospitable service.
The lamb and chicken dishes were extremely tender and while the seasoning was mild, it was enough to satisfy. The naan was fresh but I didn't like that the dough was not crisp at the edges and had no air pockets which make a gorgeous and delicious piece of flat bread.