Providing locals and visitors to the West End of London with some of the finest in Pan-Asian Cuisine, Nirvana Kitchen is a wonderful neighbourhood restaurant that brings forward a wealth of flavoursome fare.
With a real belief that simplicity is the ultimate sophistication, the passionate team of chefs at the restaurant are fully commited to the creation of sumptuous traditional Pan-Asian dishes using only the most authentic of ingredients.
To be enjoyed as an exquisite nibble in a tapas style dining experience or as a sumptuous starter in a more gluttonous feast are the small dishes at Nirvana Kitchen. Particularly enticing options include a glorious scallop ceviche, served with sweet potato, red onion, crispy sweetcorn, and a fabulous citrus chilli yuzu, a mouth-watering venison tataki, thinly sliced seared venison with a yuzu soy sauce, and a vegetarian delight in the wild mushroom salad, which comes complete with a spicy sour sauce.
For the diner looking for a little more indulgence, there are plenty of options fit to meet any appetite need and palate request – and it seems almost criminal not to take this option up, given the superb discounts offered by tastecard. These include a heavenly Chilean seabass, which comes drizzled in a tamarind glaze with pickled cucumber and caramelised cashew gajak, and a selection of tender spiced lamb cutlets, adorned with wasabi roasted garlic sauce and an edamame truffle puree. As for the more herbivorous member of the party, the likes of a roasted Portobello bulgogi, accompanied with spice mix, pickled ginger and toasted sesame, and a tofu number that incorporates coconut milk and Thai basil, are sure to please.
The luxurious eatery can be found on the doorstep of Hyde Park and is just a hop, skip and a jump away from a number of London’s other iconic attractions, including Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace, so there’s much to do in the surrounding area. This makes a magnificent meal at Nirvana Kitchen an absolute must after a day of activity in England’s capital city.