Since its opening in May 2002, Head Chef Yogesh Datta has received considerable critical acclaim for his interpretation of modern Indian cuisine at The Painted Heron in Chelsea. The restaurant lies on Cheyne Walk on the Chelsea embankment close to Battersea Bridge and reflects the artistic heritage of the area.
The dining rooms display contemporary British artwork to complement the warm yet minimalist interiors and are elegantly designed to preserve a degree of privacy. An Intimate courtyard also provides a pleasant venue for al fresco dining in the summer.
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112 Cheyne WalkLondonSW10 0DJ
The BEST Indian food in Chelsea. Hidden little gem ..debated reviewing because we want to keep it all to ourselves! One of the only places in Chelsea that you can almost always walk into without a reservation on a Friday night. And the food is always on point. Nice wine selection too. Love love love!more
Food: A starter was really nice. I shared a seafood plate with my friend with extra £6 on set price. I got prawn, some types of fish and squid. I felt those were a bit spicy, but had deep flavour. Compared to the starter, my friends and I couldn't get satisfied with a main meal. tMine was vegitable curry set which enabled me to try 3 types of curries on the menu. The taste was a bit different...more
I came here for the first time after driving past on so many occasions - and after so many people had recommended it. My goodness, I've been missing out.
We had between us the mutton curry, a chicken curry, the trio of vegetables, rice, naan, popadums and a bottle of wine, with the total coming to £100 for 3 - excellent value. I've not been to India but my companions have and they both...more
I would have to say that I was disappointed with the Painted Heron. I do love elevated Indian food and this restaurant suffered from comparisons to the excellent Veeraswamy and Chutney Marys. Though the food was good to very good, when you realize that the price is similar to the two aforementioned restaurants and yet the decor and service is far below, it's hard to justify going back.more
Delicious meal, great staff, pleasant ambiance. We had the sea bass; the homemade fries were fantastic. The raita was thick and delicious. Spinach paneer and potatoes with sesame were as good as I've ever had.more