It’s the nations favourite dish so no wonder there’s a whole week dedicated to it!  From 7 – 13th October, the capital’s finest Indian restaurants are celebrating.  Here’s the Luxe Bible round-up for National Curry Week in London – What to Eat and Where.

Try Brand New Restaurant Pali Hill in Fitzrovia

National Curry Week in London - What to Eat and Where: Try the Chettinad style veal shin curry with black pepper, fennel and chilli at Pali Hill, Fitzrovia
National Curry Week in London – What to Eat and Where: Try the Chettinad style veal shin curry with black pepper, fennel and chilli at Pali Hill, Fitzrovia

With its original opening postponed, Pali Hill in Fitzrovia will be launching just in time for National Curry Week, with an underground cocktail bar called Bandra Bhai in the basement.  The large grill in Pali Hill’s open kitchen will take centre stage for its delicious Mumbai inspired dishes which will combine different regional flavours and culinary traditions.

What to Try: Chettinad style veal shin curry with black pepper, fennel and chilli

Splash out with a Michelin Star Curry at Kahani

National Curry Week in London - What to Eat and Where: Try a Michelin Star Curry at Kahani, Chelsea
National Curry Week in London – What to Eat and Where: Try a Michelin Star Curry at Kahani, Chelsea

Michelin starred chef Peter Joseph is giving diners at fine dining Indian restaurant Kahani in Chelsea, 50% off curries every week day during National Curry Week.  He’s also created a special curry for the occasion which sounds absolutely amazing.

What to Try: Sri Lankan Blue Crab Curry (available only during National Curry Week)

Try an Award Winning Curry at Namaaste Kitchen

National Curry Week in London - What to Eat and Where: Award Winning Curry at Namaaste Kitchen, Camden
National Curry Week in London – What to Eat and Where: Award Winning Curry at Namaaste Kitchen, Camden

Namaaste Kitchen in Camden is the second critically acclaimed restaurant from award-winning chef-patron Sabbir Karim whose flagship restaurant Salaam Namaaste in Fitzrovia is still going strong after opening a decade ago.  With exciting, innovative dishes on the menu, you can expect dishes like king prawn biryani and pistachio chicken korma.

What to Try:  Go for the signature Motimahal butter chicken – creamy butter and tomato sauce with ginger and crushed fenugreek.