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Gymkhana London

88
TripExpert Score based on reviews in 14 publications
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14 expert recommendations

52

Bon Appétit

Deluxe, delectable Indian feasting. Full review →

8

Condé Nast Traveler Tick Editor's Pick

If you really want a treat (that will blow a small hole in your pocket), hit this sophisticated, wood-panelled dining room for a seriously delicious Indian meal. Full review →

63

Departures

The latest modern Indian restaurant from chef-owner Karam Sethi (also of London’s beloved and respected Trishna) is quality Hindi home cooking dressed in an elegant, upscale setting. Full review →

6

Fodor's Tick Choice

Indian curry virtuoso Karam Sethi invokes the last days of the Raj at London's finest top-end curry emporium in Mayfair. Full review →

21

Gayot 16.0

Go colonial at this smart Mayfair Indian restaurant that takes the British Raj style as inspiration. Full review →

26

Independent

Chicken butter masala had a brilliantly smoked quality – the result, apparently, of charcoaling tomatoes in the tandoor before putting them in the sauce. Full review →

2

Lonely Planet Tick Top Choice

Game gets its very own menu, but for lovers of variety, the seven course tasting menu (£65) is the way to go. Full review →

11

Michelin Guide 53

If you enjoyed Trishna then you'll love Karam Sethi's Gymkhana - that's if you can get a table. Full review →

Ask to sit downstairs.
57

Not For Tourists

Posh four-star Indian with slightly disarming colonial flourishes. Full review →

27

The Guardian

Essentially this is tandoori lamb of the sort done so well at the Pakistani grill house Tayyabs in Whitechapel for a third of the price. Full review →

49

The Infatuation 9.1

The world is crazy these days. Spring flowers are blooming in December. Your mum’s better at Snapchat than you are. You just saw your recently divorced auntie in a high-waisted swimming... Full review →

9

Time Out 70

Sethi lays on a splendid spread of modern Indian dishes based on regional masalas and marinades. Full review →

12

Travel + Leisure

Combining traditional Indian cooking with British ingredients, and featuring a menu of cocktails infused with Asian spices, Gymkhana has been a game changer in how Indian food is perceived in the UK. Full review →

19

Zagat

The pricey modern Indian menu majors on the tandoor oven and sigri charcoal grill at this cosy Mayfair venue designed to evoke the look of Raj-themed gymkhana clubs. Full review →

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