Sunday, May 12, 2013


A small Indian restaurant tucked away off of a main artery in Bayswater made for a lovely and not-too-expensive meal one evening. Durbar features Indian cuisine from across the subcontinent. The place was established in 1956 and has garnered various awards and have been visited by a variety of celebrities throughout its existence. The best recommendation was from a couple of Brits walking out of the restaurant after a satisfying meal  - Best in Town.

We both enjoyed the meal and the quiet atmosphere. Entree choices were many and it was very hard to decide. One of the things we noticed with several Indian restaurants around London; the menu options offered beef dishes. While we both ended up ordering chicken, we thought this aspect was interesting.

Durbar Entrance
Kingfisher Beer from India
Durbar Art
Durbar - Interior
Onion Bhajee
Onion Bhajee with Mint Sauce
Chicken Makhani
Chicken Makhani - Tandoori chicken breast with a spiced tomato and butter sauce
Lorient Special Chicken
Lorient Chicken - Chicken with onions, yogurt, tomato, pepper, and coconut

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