Are you searching for the best Indian restaurants in New Malden? Then check out the list our team made because they will share all of their favourite ones with you!
4 Of The Best Indian Restaurants In New Malden According To Our Team
One excellent Indian restaurant that you must visit in New Malden is Moksha – with a casual and cosy venue, amazing traditional menu, and great service, you will be impressed and this might even become your new favourite spot for Indian food.
When it comes to their starters, we recommend their Aloo Papdi Chaat, the Makki Tikki Cholay (sweet corn and potato cake), and the Lamb Chops.
When it comes to their main dishes, you can never go wrong with the Chicken Tikka Masala, the Lamb Biryani, the Butter Masala, the Spicy Lal Mass (Cubes of lamb with spicy yoghurt marinade + chillies, cardamon, and cumin), and the Chicken Saagwala (+ spinach) but, of course, they have plenty of other options.
Address: 216 Kingston Rd, New Malden KT3 3RJ
Lal Akash Restaurant
Our favourite starters include the Minced Lamb Samosa, the Paneer Tikka, the Fish Tikka, and the King Prawn Butterfly.
Our favourite main dishes are the Balti Murgh, the Roshon Ada Murgh (chicken, onion, peppers, fresh garlic, ginger), the Tandoori Lal E Maas (a salmon dish), the Keema Mutter (a minced lamb dish), and the Chicken Parsi Dhansak but as you can imagine, they have a pretty large menu so you can also order biriyani, other tandoori dishes, balti, and so much more.
Address: 25 High St, New Malden KT3 4BY
The Biryani Centre
Next on our list of favourite Indian restaurants in New Malden is The Biryani Centre – and we do believe that you will be very impressed by how tasty everything on the menu is. And yes, you guessed right, they do only offer biriyani so keep that in mind.
You can order buckets – they have a Bucket Biryani for one person, for 2 people, and a Family Bucket for at least 4 people. It includes portions of dum biryani – basmati rice with traditional spices, saffron milk, caramelised onions, aubergine curry, and raita. You get to choose whether you want it prepared with chicken, mutton, or with only veggies.
Address: 94 Burlington Rd, New Malden KT3 4NT
We are huge fans of their soup – Rasam, a traditional South Indian soup with tamarind paste, tomato, chilli, pepper, cumin, and spices.
Now, when it comes to their starters, if you eat meat, go for their Chilli Chicken, the Mutton Chukka, and the Mutton Ghee Roasted Varuval (fried mutton, cooked with onion, garlic, curry leaves, and ground masala). If you don’t eat meat then check out their Methu Vadai, the Chilli Paneer, the Chilli Fried Idly, and the Mushroom Manchurian.
For your main dish, we recommend the Mutton Masala Dosa, the Prawn Masala, the Butter Chicken Curry, the Chicken Kothu Parotta, and the Mysore Masala Dosa.
Address: 97 Burlington Rd, New Malden KT3 4LR