Over two decades’ experience and craft guide everything we do at Tamarind of Mayfair. And our ethos has remained unchanged throughout: to give diners a sumptuous taste of regional Indian cuisine.
The restaurant first opened its doors in 1995, quickly building a stellar reputation among London diners and redefining notions of Indian cuisine. Tamarind’s status was confirmed with the winning of a Michelin star in 2001, in doing so becoming the first Indian restaurant in the world to hold the accolade.
And Tamarind of Mayfair retains its star-quality (and Michelin star) to this day. Chef Peter Joseph prepares lavish dishes inspired by the Moghul fare of North-West India, where fish, meat and game ingredients are typically cooked in a Tandoor oven, while interiors and service remain as refined and welcoming as ever.