Salt’n Pepper is the first overseas restaurant of Pakistan’s revered Salt’n Pepper Group, which was established over 30 years ago by the renowned hotelier, restaurateur and food writer Mr. Mahmood Akbar. The restaurant group has since become a well-respected household name and is considered Pakistan’s most recognised and distinguished hospitality brand, with ten restaurants in most major cities in the country.
Venue Details & Map
32 Orange StreetLondonWC2H 7HQ
- +44 (0) 207 9302 939
Top 5 reviews of Salt’n Pepper
Ok... my favorite food is now Indian food. Indian food made from this Pakistani family at this restaurant. WOW! That's enough said... spicy deliciousness that made my 10 year old ask for more and more. As long as your in England who says English don't have good food?! Well, as long as it's not "English" food ;) more
This place is amazing! Me and a couple friends were craving curry pretty late at night and came across Salt 'n Pepper. The food was amazing and the service was both efficient and friendly. Probably one of my favorite Indian dishes I've had in a long time. more
First meal in London and it did not disappoint. This casual restaurant is bright and clean offering hospitable service.
The lamb and chicken dishes were extremely tender and while the seasoning was mild, it was enough to satisfy. The naan was fresh but I didn't like that the dough was not crisp at the edges and had no air pockets which make a gorgeous and delicious piece of flat bread.
Came here for our first curry meal with the school trip. Who decided to do this?!?
Meal was small buffet and ventured on the bland side.
No spice whatsoever. If this Indian food representative of Londons finest where is the taste?
Server came around to each table and offered soda for 1 pound normally 2.5. Good deal.
We had the Luke warm water, not offered twice.
Mango chutney not mango... more
Pretty good but wasn't what I was expecting. The curry I had was like creamy sweet soup. My friend has another curry that was actually really good. Undecided if I'll be back. Maybe just ordered the wrong thing. more