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Vama

Vama SW10 Indian | Kensington & Chelsea



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438 Kings Road
London
SW10 0LJ

Tel: 0207 112 8984
Email: click here

Weekday Opening:
12:00 - 15:30
18:30 - 23:00

Established in 1998, Vama - which means ‘the essence of womanhood’ in Sanskrit -has become one of most enduringly popular Indian restaurants in London. A favourite haunt with food critics and celebrities who appreciate its excellent food and relaxed atmosphere, the restaurant has been voted the Best Indian Restaurant 2005 in the Zagat Guide 2005 for the third year running.

The carefully thought out menu, created by Executive Chef and Managing Director, Andy Varma bursts with delicate flavour. Andy places special emphasis on serving the freshest ingredients, cooked in a Northwest frontier style that retains a refreshing authenticity. This unique culinary style comes from the Himalayan region and claims influences from the Punjab through to Rajasthan in India.

Signature dishes include Kala Chicken (prepared with roasted cumin, black salt, ginger and garlic) and Adaraki Ghosht (cubes of lamb marinated in ginger and coriander and cooked in a delicate tomato sauce). Vama’s famed vegetarian specialities include Ma Di Dal (black urad lentils cooked in a copper pot and reduced with a tomato and ginger sauce, then finished with cream) and Matar Methi Malai (pureed spinach cooked with peas and green fenugreek leaves).

The elegant décor, adorned with oil paintings and Indian artefacts gives the restaurant an exotic feel, which complements the understated charm of the restaurant. Friendly and welcoming service also adds to the unforgettable experience of dining at Vama, yet another reason why guests keep coming back to the restaurant and proclaiming it their favourite year after year.

Directions:
Close to Worlds End 10 minutes walk from station

Details
Area: Kensington & Chelsea
Cuisine: Indian

Dress Code: Smart Casual
Clientele: Mixed
Entertainment: none
Al Fresco: Summer
Established: 1996
Payment
Service Charge: 12.5%
Avg. Per Head: £35
House Wine: £13.95
Features
100
Licensed
Kids Menu
Sloane Square
Venue