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Tamarind of Mayfair is the first Indian restaurant in the world to have been recognised with a Michelin star and it remains as one of only nine to hold the accolade.

Tamarind’s dishes are derived from traditional Moghul cuisine where fish, meat and game are cooked in the authentic tandoor oven style of North West India. At Tamarind of Mayfair food philosophy is driven by a desire to present the eclectic and expansive Indian repertoire, bursting with flavour and originality, as a multi-sensory dining experience.

Tamarind of Mayfair is situated in an elegant, gold-accented dining room in Mayfair – London’s most luxurious and glamorous district, bordered by Hyde Park, Oxford Street, Green Park and Regent Street.


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Tamarind of Mayfair (17206), London Reservations

We encourage reservations over the phone. For bookings of 6 or more please contact the restaurant. Please call us if your selected time is unavailable as we may still have space for your booking.

Dress Code: Smart Casual. Children under 5 years are welcome before 7:00pm
Tamarind is a basement restaurant. Unfortunately, we do not have wheelchair access. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Group Dining

Tamarind offers a seating capacity of up to 80 seated guests or standing room for up to 120 guests.

Tamarind offers Group Dining, with our largest table accommodating up to 30 guests, as well as Exclusive Buyout options that are available for Lunch and Dinner.

exclusive hire

Exclusive hire guests may also choose from our set menu or have Chef Peter Joseph, create a bespoke menu that caters to your every need.


Shahi Dawat


20, queen Street
W1J 5PR, London
United Kingdom

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Tamarind of Mayfair, the first Indian restaurant to have ever held a Michelin Star rating, is undoubtedly one of the best Indian restaurants in London. So whether you are a resident living in or around Mayfair, Soho, Knightsbridge, Covent Garden, Belgravia, St. James, Fitzrovia, Kensington, South Kensington, Chelsea, Marylebone, Bayswater, Regents park, Hyde Park and Notting Hill or in town on a hop-over or short visit and are staying around Park Lane Hotel or Dorchester Hotel, give your palate a treat at one of the top restaurants within easy reach. No more looking up listings of the ‘best place to eat’ or ‘restaurants around me’, your search is over.