The Coriander - Barbican

4.1
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£25 and under
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Indian

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The Coriander is, without doubt, somewhat of an institution when it comes to Indian dining in London. This stylish and contemporary group of restaurants began their adventure in the capital way back in 2000, then this, The Coriander Barbican in City of London branch on Aldersgate Street, is one of the more recent additions to the family. The menu offers a splendid blend of Northern Indian and Bangladeshi flavours, meaning there’s plenty of curry house classics as well as dishes The Coriander can surprise you with. Everything is fresh and always up to scratch – London restaurants don’t get this kind of glowing reputation otherwise. Don’t miss out and reserve your table now.
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Dined on 8 February 2020
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I have been to the Coriander in the Barbican many times as I used to work across the road on Aldergsate Street when it used to be the Barbican Tandoori. The food is excellent a varied menu with plenty of special dishes which are excellent for an indian restaurant and is good value for money - not too cheap but considering it's location it's still very good value for money.