Tasting menus - Wine pairings - A la carte - Express Lunch - Weekend Brunch
Indian Accent’s menu explores progressive ideas in Indian cuisine while maintaining traditional integrity. A reinterpretation of nostalgic Indian dishes with an openness towards global techniques and influences.
For parties of 5 or more & larger group dining options please call 020 7629 9802 Extension 2 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon–Thu, Sun 17:30–22:00
Fri, Sat 17:30–22:30
Christmas Party Menu : From £70
From a set Menu. From a set Menu. Two choices of £70 per person and £80 person. Menus must be confirmed with restaurants 48 hours prior to dining.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 20 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 10 - 20 people
Starts: 15 November 2018
Ends: 30 December 2018
Availability: Daily 12:00-14:30 17:30-22:00
Christmas Party Menu : From £55
From a set Menu. Two choices of £55, £60 per person and £70 person. Menus must be confirmed with restaurants 48 hours prior to dining.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 10 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 8 - 10 people
Starts: 15 November 2018
Ends: 30 December 2018
Availability: Daily 12:00-14:30 17:30-22:00
Simply the best Flavours of any of the top Indian restaurants in London right now. The tapas style works perfectly allowing you to try a lot of different dishes. I can’t think of my favourite dish as they were all amazing!!! Can’t wait to go back.
All they have is two Tasting Menu one at £55 and £85. Our bill was about £100 per head. In our case we weren't that hungry and had a lot of leftover food which we requested to be packed away and guess what they don't have that facility! So a lot of food went to waste. The guy who greets you as you enter was a bit cocky! He said he was a senior manager. The GM was very pleasant. The inside is not wow just like any other restaurant. I would recommend that you go to another Indian restaurant and there are lots of them in London which are much better than this one.
Very good new Indian restaurant with innovative version of classic and new Indian dishes. Suggested
I have been to Indian Accent twice now, once for lunch and once for dinner. Superb on both occasions. The food is fantastic and just a bit different. Such a delicate mix of flavours. There is a focus on quality not quantity and whilst portions are perfectly adequate they are not huge. Not too noisy and the team are very friendly. I would highly recommend.
Amazing flavors as always! This is a place to go to again and again.
Loved every mouthful - lovely friendly service . Comfortable surroundings - ambience very pleasant
Food is inventive and tasty. Staff is attentive and professional. Just a little expensive.
We enjoyed our meal very much. We were made to feel welcome and the waiter carefully explained the menu items that we hadn't come across before. The food was delicious with wonderful flavours and presentation. The pudding of makhan malai, saffron milk, rose petal jaggery brittle and almonds had such delicate flavours. A birthday treat!
One of the best meals I’ve ever had. Impeccable service.
suggest going for the 3 course a la carte - bread, vegetables and desert make it a big one, so no need to go for the tasting menu unless you are VERY hungry
definitely a great example of Indian / British fusion cooking at it's best
The place is really nice and the food is out of this world. However, I was disappointed by the customer service and the staff and felt could be more friendly and happy. The waiters just seemed to be so depressed and really lets the place down.
Unfortunately, we left after the first course, as it wasn’t the type of Indian we liked. It’s fusion Indian. The manager was super nice though, so I can not fault the service. Shame about the food though.
Great service - attentive staff. Lot of food in the 3 course weekend brunch for 2 people. couldn’t finish the whole thing.
A very different experience compared to the standard Indian spread. Will definitely visit again
Took a friend for a birthday. Indian Accent is a real tucked away treat of a restaurant. Great ambience, service and most of all food. Would definitely return there again.
Super impressed by the food and service at this chic place! Thank you
Second time to Indian Accent, both times the food and service has been exceptional. The blue cheese naan with pumpkin soup is a personal favourite, as in the decadent 'treacle tart'dessert.
Small quibbles; we dined late and chose the tasting menu with matched wines. There are meant to be options on two of the courses, but our menus were whipped away before we could point our preferences out and we weren't asked at any point what we would like to choose. Also, the first course was meant to come with Champagne after an aperitif of Madeira, we were merely topped up with the latter instead. What we were given was delightful, but this shouldn't happen at a restaurant of this standard, hence the 4 stars.
The curries here deliver so many layers of flavour and it’s been a while since I’ve tasted anything unusual at an Indian restaurant.
We choose to go with the 3-course dinner menu. The highlight was the pickled pork ribs with sun dried mango & onion seeds. Sweet, sour, tangy, crispy, tender - utterly delicious. Started with the potato chaat which was lovely. Seared scallops, prawns & shrimp rice for main with a standout paneer tikka stuffed naan & snap peas like I’ve never had before on the side. Dessert was a treacle tart, so good - sweet, sticky and the size of it was just enough.
Service was a little slow - plates were left for a while after we’d eaten and had to top up own wine. That being said I have already booked to come again on the strength of the food - the 8-course tasting menu & whiskey pairing beckons!
P.s. The toilets were lovely!
One of the best Indian restaurants in London! Tasting menu is fab! Like it so much we have been three times in the last 6 months and we don't even live in London!
The staff and the food were both beyond what we expected. The whole experience was wonderful!
the only think realyy remarquable is the very high price of the food and even more of the wine list. ( a real shame)
Very enjoyable tasting menu lunch, will certainly return.
We had a lovely evening with friends and the food is always a taste sensation!
Creative but some one forgot to use
the main ingredient called food.
All dishes taste the same
Food overwhelm by caramelized onions, cardomam and coriander
Food was absolutely phenomenal!! Blended taste, presentation and Service was brilliant!! definitely going to go again!
I have eaten at all the major fine dining (and non-fine dining) Indian restaurants in London. Indian Accent is by far the best fine dining restaurant I've eaten in to-date. The spice combinations and flavours were perfectly balanced and simply delicious. Couldn't find a single fault.
Food and service just poor, the food had very little taste and was over cooked,
The Tasting Menu was clever, inventine and looked beautiful. The dishes featured the occasional nod to western cuisine (blue cheese naan, bacon kulcha) while retaining intense Indian flavours. The smoked German beer was a nice addition to the drinks menu.
We had lunch at Indian Accent and the restaurant was moderately busy. There was a complimentary nibble from the chef. Being a vegetarian we were glad with the options available. There is a twist to every Indian dish with elements from Western cuisine. Food was yummy and presented well. Portion size is just adequate as I could manage to order a dessert after 3 courses. I will definitely visit again.
Having eaten at Indian Accent in Delhi, the experience was good although lacking in any ambiance. This was perhaps because we were there for lunch on a Sunday. The food is absolutely delicious, served beautifully. We had the two course lunch menu which was very good value and the food was plentiful. We ordered extra naan and we also ate dessert.
I will definitely go back despite the fact that it was so quiet. The food is outstanding.
Excellent food and service! My brother said he had one of the best cocktails of his life while dining there for afternoon brunch!
Even the waiters cannot tell the difference between the different breads. The chefs need to have a distinct mark for each item that is in the bread. Chicken vs. Mushroom vs. Cheese etc. All look the same. Pay attention to details please.
We ate at Indian Accent for my husbands birthday and overall the food was good but a lot of style over substance. For the location and price I would have expected a lot more slick service and better atmosphere. We were forever chasing the staff for a drink, the ambience is a little too quiet so you feel very conscious of the tables beside you. I ordered a cosmopolitan which came served in a whisky glass because they were out of the classic coupe. Flavours were good but some courses needed a sauce of some kind. A bit more attention to detail and this would have been a far more enjoyable experience.
The food was extremely tasty, desert was amazing, service was great but would have loved to have a table upstairs, we were the only table at the lower level.
I have been to this restaurant five times but it has never disappointed me! Love it!
Fantastic dinner. Staff were great and accomodate a surprise to my wife which ended up being amazing. Well done
Best Indian food we had in a long time in an outstanding atmosphere with very friendly service. We had the Set Lunch at 25 Pound which is a great deal.
Excellent food and great atmosphere and service
We went for the Sunday Brunch feast and were not disappointed. Having eaten at the restaurant in Delhi, we had high expectations of the food. It was great, as was the service and ambiance. Highly recommended!
There is ample seating and there was a large family gathering next to us celebrating a birthday and the place really befits a special occasion.
Look forward to having the Tasting Menu soon!
Great food with a twist. Nice, clean ambience. Pleasant service.