Situated where Belgravia meets Knightsbridge, Amaya is an Indian Grill with a theatrical open kitchen. It has set the trend for a new wave Indian Cuisine. Serves great seafood dishes, a large range of meats and vegetables. Has a dramatic salad bar. The elegant bar serves exotic cocktails and mocktails. Opened October 2004. Nominated as the Best Restaurant in London at the London Restaurant Awards in early 2005. Was Awarded a Michelin Star in the Guide for 2006 which it still retains. Great for lunch or dinner. Party room for 14.

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Typical meal price: From £26.00 (USD38.12) per diner

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Halkin Arcade
Motcomb Street
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4.0 out of 5 based on 119 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Amaya

4.0 out of 5 29 April 2016
by A V.

Amaya is my favorite Indian restaurant, to the extent you can call it that, in the world perhaps. I don't live in London yet I've come here about every 6-9 months for the last 5 years. Certain dishes, I have never found anywhere else. The black pepper chicken and the prawns make my mouth water any time I think of them. I'd give it a 4.5 stars this time, they really do have everything you...more

3.0 out of 5 1 March 2016
by Victor W.

Hip restaurant that presents Indian food like you've never seen it and in some cases never tasted but overall it didn't live up to expectations.

The most annoying part of the dining experience was that they wouldn't let you get the tasting menu unless you had 2 or more people. I understand why you can't do it if the whole table doesn't do it but if you're a lone diner, it feels unfair you...more

4.0 out of 5 20 November 2015
by Kelly C.

Food was really excellent - a friend made a reservation for us to go and try the tasting menu. The dishes were really flavorful - not necessarily spicy - but really vivid spices. The black pepper chicken was spectacularly tender, the lamb was phenomenal. The noodle dish to start was OK, and the wine pairings were a bit average. Setting is hip, but not overly stuffy.more

5.0 out of 5 6 November 2015
by Swati B.

I am so glad i was able to score reservations to this place when i visited in Sept. Holy cow was this place amazing

I wouldn't classify it as indian food, it's more like an ecletic fusion. So know that going in.

The tasting menu was plenty of food and really a great way to try a great selection of wines and foods.

this place by no means is cheap...easily cost us about 200 dollars for two...more

5.0 out of 5 18 July 2015
by Tami H.

Amaya was fabulous. It's tucked away within a shopping area in upscale Belgravia.

The food was incredibly well prepared and delicious. Service is attentive and helpful. Ambience is hip but not overly trendy. The menu is thoughtful and well organized. You can even order small versions of most dishes in order to try more variety.

I highly recommend the biryanis, anything tandoori, lamb...more

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