Row 1

99-101 Regent St (at Swallow St)
London, W1B 4RS
+44 20 7734 1401
$ $ $
Mon–Fri: Noon–2:15 PM Sat: 12:30 PM–2:30 PM Sun: 12:30 PM–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Opened in 1927, Veeraswamy's is said to be the oldest surving Indian restaurant in the UK. Famous diners have included Ghandi, Charlie Chaplin, Marlon Brando and the Prince of Wales.
  • A lovely view at night amazing food
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  • One of the best indian rest. However mke sure that u have a reservation
  • One of the best Indian restaurants "you must try it"
  • The first Indian restaurant in Britain opened its doors in 1926, and its turbaned Sikh doorman was one of the sights of London. Many of its early guests were colonial types who missed their curry.
  • The oldest indian surviving restaurant in the UK.
  • Indian food ...
  • Indian dishes wonderful...
  • Rich history and terrific food. A little spendy, but recommend their lemon rice, pineapple curry, king scallop starter - and the pannacotta is to die for.
  • Anything here is good. Chicken tikka and shrimp to start. Biryani, lamb chops, dal tadka. Alphonso mango if in season.
  • Overrated pretentious Indian restaurant. Serves "Indian food" for ppl that don't know how Indian food actually tastes. Raj kachori/ mango kulfi were ok. Lamb biryani/chicken butter were not
  • Green prawn appetizer is spicy but delicious. I also recommend the lobster curry with lemon rice. This place has improved ALOT since my last visit!
  • One of three best places in London for Indian. Try chili martini!
  • Raj kachori is a must as an appetizer along with the green prawns .. Place and staff are helpful a must visit restaurant while in London
  • Great place for a romantic indian dinner
  • Lam barriane is better than chicken one
  • It the oldest Indian restaurant in London and it so delicious
  • it's delicious, i ordered a beryany and a masela so good