WARLINGHAM RESTAURANT NAMED BEST IN SURREY 2015
We are thrilled to announce that India Dining has, for the third year in a row, beaten thousands of restaurants from across Britain to be named among the “Top 100” Indian restaurants in the UK — as chosen by Britain’s leading authority on curry, Pat Chapman.
We have been awarded the prestigious title of “Best Indian Restaurant in Surrey” by the respected food writer and broadcaster, founder of The Curry Club, in the latest edition of his annual ‘bible’ of top curry restaurants, The Cobra Good Curry Guide.
This is yet another accolade to add to the bulging trophy shelf for India Dining and to celebrate we are having a party on March 18th where we will be holding a tribute to Pat Chapman and his famed Curry Bible.
Chapman spent his childhood in India and has been described as a “missionary seeking converts to curry” by TV presenter and noted gastronome Lloyd Grossman. He is the author of bestselling cookery books including Sunday Times Number 1 bestseller, Balti Cookbook. Chapman and his Good Curry Guide have also received praise from figures including TV cookery presenter Delia Smith and the late broadcaster, Sir David Frost.
In addition, India Dining has been awarded ‘GOLD STATUS’ by the celebrated Les Routiers Guide.
The restaurant, now in its eleventh year, is owned and run by Asad Khan, one of the original team which launched London’s renowned Cinnamon Club. Believing it was time to bring similar top quality Indian food to discerning Surrey diners. he opened on Warlingham’s pretty village green, pioneering Indian haute cuisine outside central London. Each dish is carefully described and individually spiced to offer the best of Indian regional cuisine.
The chefs trained at elite Indian hotels, and achieve subtle, individual flavours, such as you would find in Indian homes.
“We source our produce locally in Surrey, and we use specially imported spices,” says Asad. Guide Editor, Pat Chapman said Central London has more Indian fine dining restaurants than Delhi. But try finding one north of Watford, or south of Wimbledon. They are few and far between...
At India Dining, you get London cuisine at less than half the price. India Dining is one of an elite few. Their Awards are a fantastic achievementfor them and for Surrey.