• Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 4 reviews )

54-62 Meadow Garth, Neasden, North West London, England, NW10 8HD

Vegetarian restaurant associated with nearby Hindu temple. Serves saatvic Indian food with cuisines from different regions in India. Offers all-you-can-eat weekday lunch Gujarati buffet 12-6pm plus dosas; also evening and weekend menus. Use ghee, so vegans should ask. Situated in Neasden, in the groundsof the BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir with two dedicated car parks nearby. Open Mon-Sun 11:30am-10:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Indian, Buffet, Take-out

4 Reviews

First Review by Mmizzy

Delicious vegan Indian food! - Edit

Came on a Monday evening - after Ikea shopping hell nearby - and had the most delicious a la Carte meal. Loads of vegan options - we just checked with a member of staff to make sure what we ordered was suitable and then they confirmed with chef to make sure. Had delicious 5 vegetable dhal, spicy soy mince (yum!), stuffed aubergine, jeera rice and roti. We also ordered crispy spicy bhindi to start. A huge amount of food for two but it was so fab that we ate most of it, with only a very small amount to take home. Brilliant and can’t wait to go back!

Updated from previous review on 2017-10-02

Pros: Lots of Vegan options or can veganise, Very friendly and helpful staff

Cons: Would prefer a little less oil

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Nice Indian restaurant nearby the temple. - Edit

Friendly and welcoming atmosphere, for us it was authentically Indian. They served free tap water and free chili.
with the buffet. They served four different dosas alongside with different types of rice bread and salad. No deserts on the buffet but they served gulab yaman, delicious sugary anise cake ball to the table for free. The buffet costs about 11 pounds including service fee.
For all vegans: there is no vegan food except from veggies, it's ghee in every dish!
Not really hot but they use a lot of spices so make sure to drink a lot the rest of the day :)

Pros: delicious, plenty, nice atmosphere

Cons: none, none, none

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poor - Edit

Food was very poor, and so over priced, small portions. £6.50 for a tiny cup of lentil deal that was so salty it was almost inedible, and out other dish had so much sugar in it was almost inedible. Very sad to say I would never go here again.

Pros: There are no pros

Cons: So expensive, and food is very poor

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Delicious - Edit

I've been for an a-la-carte meal and been for the buffet several times and it is always high quality and delicious. A bit spicy but my husband loves that. The service is always courteous and free water pitchers when you ask for them. All and all excellent food, not too pricey, very friendly staff. If you don't want to go into the restaurant there is a small counter with sweets and fried foods and some packaged meals. Also some icecream. And a fully stocked Indian/vegetarian supermarket next door. It is the full package to me.

Pros: Excellent food, Good value, Great assortment

Cons: Can be busy

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