Shayona is a contemporary and authentic Indian vegetarian restaurant in the grounds of the BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir in Neasden.
The menu traverses the Indian sub-continent from the thalis of Gujarat and Rajasthan, the rich curries of North India and the Punjab to the street side chaats of Mumbai and the delectable dosas of South India.
The delicious sattvic vegetarian cuisine is consistent with the tenets of Vaishnav, Jain and Swaminarayan dietary requirements.
Venue Details & Map
54-62 Meadow GarthLondonNW10 8HD
- +44 (0)20 8965 3365
Top 4 reviews of Shayona Restaurant
I am visiting from abroad and have tried quite a few restaurants in my 1 week here and have to say I was extremely pleased with the food and customer service! Waiters and waitresses came by a few times to check how everything was and if we needed anything. If you like mushrooms, crispy mushrooms were sooo delicious I couldn't stop eating them! Crispy bhindi and potato Bhujias were just as... more
This is a fantastic place to eat, whether you're vegetarian or not (but fyi, if you fancy an alcoholic drink with your meal, this is not the place for you)
Me and the family came to the Swami Narayan temple, which by the way is a beautiful serene spot but i will have my own review for that later. This restaurant was clean with good service.
My mother in law had the buffet which was a... more
Set on the grounds of the BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir (Temple) in Neasen, this is honestly a little piece of delicious heaven. We first ate there after visiting the temple in a throwback to our honeymoon in India, and have gone back a bunch since then. It's vegetarian, it's pretty cheap, portions are big and its de-li-cous. We have never eaten from the buffet but many people seem to, so it's... more
The food and decor here has come a long way in the 20 years it has been open. I have to admit I have a soft spot for this location since I used to come here with my gran and great-gran when I was a nipper.
Today we took my lil god-daughter (new generation!) and we had a lovely lunch here after visiting the temple with her for the first time.
The lunch buffet, with samosas and paneer dishes... more