Focusing on the cuisine of coastal southwest India, Trishna features vintage touches and a convivial and relaxed ambience.
The dishes at this Marylebone eatery make use of seasonal British ingredients, with lighter bites and an early evening menu available in addition to an à la carte choice.
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15-17 Blandford Street
Marylebone VillageLondonW1U 3DG
This was a very different experience from my first London dinner out in White chapel. Trishna is a Michelin starred Indian restaurant, which is slightly more casual than its sister restaurant.
They have some more interesting cocktails with tea and spice components, which goes with the menu. They also had things like mango lassis.
We ordered everything family style a la carte, which ended...more
What a great experience! Restaurants like Trishna are not a common feature: Great food included in different menu options (early dinner, a la carte, tasting menu), good and friendly service, chic but not stiff ambiance and last, reasonable prices for a Michelin restaurant. We came here for early dinner before our Saturday night and enjoyed our visit very much. I opt'ed for early dinner and my...more
We had dinner at Trishna our last night before leaving the UK. It was an exceptional dinning experience.
We started with the (rich, gamy, and spicy) quail pepper fry and the very generous portion of tandoori lamb chops.
The second course of sag paneer and lamb curry was great. They do not skimp on the spices.
The king cobra beer quenched our thirst and went well with the spicy fare.more
One of the best high end Indian restaurants in london. imho. The service, food and cocktails at Trishna are all of a high quality.
You've got to dine a la cart, with a group of 4-6. But be sure to heed the recommendations from your host!
We went off grid a bit, and ordered the Dorset Brown Crab main: super rich and way too much for us 4. It needs to be split between 6, at least, and to be...more
A Michelin-starred restaurant for a casual lunch? Why not? With a lunchtime menu of two courses for £20, Trishna isn't the cheapest place to eat in Marylebone but it looked worth trying out.
I ordered the quail, seafood pilau, bread and potato fry. The starter was small, but well-flavoured and absolutely delicious. It had a kick that kept building afterwards, with my mouth eventually on fire,...more