Tamarind of Mayfair is the first Indian restaurant in the world to have been recognised with a Michelin star and it remains as one of only six to hold the accolade. Tamarind’s dishes are derived from traditional Moghul cuisine where fish, meat and game are cooked in the authentic tandoor oven style of North West India. At Tamarind of Mayfair food philosophy is driven by a desire to present eclectic and expansive Indian repertoire, bursting with flavours and originality, as a multi-sensory dining experience.
Tamarind of Mayfair is situated in a elegant, gold-accented dining room in Mayfair – London’s most luxurious and glamorous district bordered by Hyde Park, Oxford Street, Green Park and Regent Street.
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