Bringing authentic Indian cuisine to the London suburb of East Sheen, Red Chilli combines traditional curry dishes with a modern culinary technique in a South-Asian gastronomic experience that is unparalleled. The restaurant was established in 1986 and has since been wowing locals and visitors alike with a fantastic knowledge of spices that leads to some gloriously flavoursome dishes that are created using only the best in local and seasonal produce.
Any Indian worth their salt offers a terrific array of appetisers that are perfect to whet the appetite and Red Chilli is no different. Alongside the standard popadom and chutney platter, there's a host of starter courses that are ideal for both sharing in the tapas style and for those looking to indulge separately. From the lamb tikka to the king prawn puri, there are numerous options from both the land and the sea, whilst the vegetable samosa and the onion bhaji provide superb herbivorous alternatives.
To follow, there are a number of lamb and chicken based selections that work alongside a variety of fish and vegetarian courses – and for the aspiring chefs in the party, there’s also a short preparation explanation. The Naga, the Vindaloo and the Jalfrezi will deliver the required heat for the ardent curry-lover, whilst the Dansak and the Bhuna are always there for the more inexperienced diner. As for those with more sensitive palates, the Korma and the Pasanda are always there to save the day.
Found close by to a number of idyllic settings, including the Royal Botanic Gardens, Duke Meadows and Putney Lower Common, Red Chilli is ideally located to enjoy a fabulous fine dining experience after a lovely stroll around the area.
Please note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the discount.