Located in the heart of Hammersmith, and firmly entrenched in the district's fine dining scene, the Indian Zing restaurant may look unassuming, but its pleasantly minimalist and cosy interior masks a culinary vibrancy that has shaken up the curry scene in this part of London. Already something of an institution among the locals, the Indian Zing restaurant's reputation is growing daily, with head chef Manoj Vasaikar building a name for himself as an innovator of exciting Indian cuisine, while also adding a fresh twist to a number of classics.
Already highly regarded by the London press, the Indian Zing restaurant is pleasing diners left, right and centre throughout London with its sleek and sophisticated interiors, highly professional staff and freshly innovative cuisine. Open for lunch and dinner every day of the week, the restaurant's unpretentious atmosphere is augmented by the buzz of social gatherings enjoying a memorable evening out, business associates ostensibly thrashing out deals but really just trying not to spill sauce down their attire, and couples gazing lovingly into each others' eyes and nowhere else.
While all recognisable curry and Indian staples can be found on the menu at Indian Jing - all cooked to perfection and perfectly presented - the diversity and unexpected delights of some of the specials are what leave most diners thoroughly impressed. These specials include the prawn and aubergine 'Kharphatla', the coconut kerala chicken stew, the tender nilgril lamb and a lovely selection of vegetarian dishes, such as the squash and pumpkin with lentils, the jackfruit and raw banana curry, and the lemon and ginger rice. All wines are fine, all beers are fresh and continental, and the selection of spirits is as diverse as you would expect from a restaurant of this calibre.
236 King Street, Shepherds-Bush, W6 0RFView Larger Map
- Moderately Priced
Best For Whom
- All Ages
- Families With Teenagers
Best For What
- Boys' Night Out
- Fine Dining