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
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
I went to Trishna. It was quite an ordeal to get there. I'm staying in East London and Trishna is over on the other side of town. I made reservations for 12:45 and left at 11:30. It was pouring rain. My phone decided not to show me where I was on the map, or any map at all. I was soaked by the time I finally found the right bus stop. (Yes, I took public transport to go eat at a Michelin...more
I had a sampling of dishes, and every single thing was fantastic.
On top of that, the service was also very good.more
Came by here to try another of the superb Michelin starred Indian establishments in London. The venue is quite small, and not overly fancy. The staff was very friendly and attentive. We opted to get 5 course tasting menus. It was quite an amazing meal of various flavors and tastes. It's a huge amount of food, but it's so good. I would come back in a heartbeat. The only mix up was I ordered a...more
My first Michelin star dinner and best Indian food ever!
Trying a Michelin star restaurant was on my bucketlist. We chose Trishna, because my boyfriend and I love spicy Indian food.
The restaurant is very classy and perfect for a romantic dinner. The staff is quick and polite. They never forget that I have a dairy allergy and that boyfriend doesn't eat seafood. We started with prosecco and...more