Gurkha's Inn


Situated in the leafy South London suburbs, not far from Greenwich Park; Gurkha’s Inn is a firm favourite with local curry connoisseurs. High-backed leather chairs, wooden floors and low-key décor create a relaxed setting for laid-back lunches and dinner with family and friends. The extensive menu showcases the best of Indian and Nepalese cuisine, with familiar favourites like chicken jalfrezi, lamb pasanda and prawn bhuna on offer. For something a little different, why not try one of their signature dishes? We love the cod cooked with coconut milk, green herbs and mustard seeds, and the Khasi Khutta – tender lamb with peas in traditional Nepalese style. For authentic Indian food, a relaxed atmosphere and friendly service; Gurkha’s Inn is hard to beat.


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Gurkha's Inn

17 Colomb Street
SE10 9HA
Public transport:
Maze Hill, National Railway
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Yelp Reviews


4 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Top 3 reviews of Gurkha's Inn

4.0 out of 5 13 October 2011
by Mathew O.

Recently opened Gurkha's Inn has carved out a little niche for itself by serving a combination of Indian and Nepalese food and positioning itself outside the Brick Lane blast radius. In fact, a decent curry is surprsingly hard to come by in this corner of the world.

Reasonable prices, generous portion sizes and perfectly spiced dishes. Coupled with friendly service - I shall head back.


5.0 out of 5 25 February 2011
by Sarah V.

eaten here twice now and will be coming back on regular basis - friendly, welcoming staff, calm and reasonably spacious atmos, amazing food. Complementary pomps and fresh pickles on arrival, very attentive service throughout and no problem to take your time to make your menu choices. My absolute fave is a dish cooked in coriander rather than basil which they simply call a 'green curry' and...more

4.0 out of 5 7 April 2010
by Carolyn H.

My boyfriend took me to here on Good Friday, and after looking at some pictures of the restaurant that are on their website, I must admit i was slightly worried. Its down a side road and looks, from the outside like someone's house, but once inside its pleasant. We had grilled salmon and butterfly prawns for starters which we couldn't stop 'mmmming' over, and then the mains came out, loads of...more

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