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.
|Durchschnittpreis für ein Gericht||From £41.00 (USD 57.36) pro Gast|
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Venue Details & Map
15-17 Blandford Street
Marylebone VillageLondonW1U 3DG
- +44 (0)20 7935 5624
Top 5 reviews of Trishna
Excellent restaurant. Superb service, great and diverse amount of wine (including a fantastic red wine from India - who knew?!), and anything lamb is a yes. We did the 7 course tasting menu with wine pairing and it was amazing.
The restaurant can get super loud even during the week, but it is London so that should be expected. There is lots of space to walk around and doesn't feel super... more
Very good food and excellent cocktails as well. Recommend trying the tandoori guinea fowl on lentils, amazingly tender. The wild boar basmati rice was a highlight too. Rest of the meal was basically par for the course, very well executed but nothing really stood out. Service was prompt, friendly and efficient. A little on the pricey side. more
A-mazing!!! Every second of this experience was tantalizing to the senses. The potatoes are amazing, the lamb chops are one of the best things I have ever ate, the curry is so creamy and perfectly spiced and the naan is ridiculous! But the best think has to be the around India drink special that brought the whole meal together. And don't forget to round out your taste buds with a scoop of the... more
This is upscale Indian food in a charming location. It's a quiet, elegant setting so perfect for dates. We went for dinner and weren't disappointed - each dish was as flavorful as it was lovely.
They have a very creative drinks list - I had something that included bubbles & lemon sorbet, so what's not to like there?! And their version of papadums with chutney was far from ordinary as well!... more
Trishna was my first taste of Michelin-starred Indian dining. I opted for the 2-dish lunch course worth £20, coincidentally also making it one of the cheapest stars ever. I would have loved to grant it a perfect score, but I felt somewhat tricked into paying extra.
After I finished both the appetizer and main course, the server presented me with the dessert menu. I thought his wording was... more