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London thumakda with desi Michelins

Experimentation and innovation have driven the rise and rise of Indian cuisine


Sandeep Goyal
My wife and I were on holiday in London recently. The five Michelin Indian restaurants in London were on our must-do list: Amaya, Trishna, Quilon, Gymkhana and Veeraswamy.

Quilon was our first port of call as we were staying at the Taj’s St James Court hotel and the restaurant is within the same premises. Quilon opened in 1999. Its South-west coastal Indian menu created and curated by Chef Sriram Aylur won a Michelin star way back in 2008 and the restaurant has retained the honour ever since. We kicked off the meal with Quilon’s epic qojito cocktails (green chilli-infused vodka, mint
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First Published: May 27 2022 | 11:39 PM IST

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