Indian Accent takes London by storm. Britain’s love affair with cutting-edge Indian cooking continues

Mishti Doi and Amaranth Cannoli.
Indian Accent, London

As Indian Accent hits the mark with Londoners, Roopa Gulati provides a deliciously descriptive account of some of its outstanding dishes.

Britain’s love affair with Indian food goes back more than two centuries, and over the last two decades, Londoners have had rich pickings with regional specialities, which include South Indian hoppers, chilli laden pork ribs from tribal Nagaland, and Punjabi Sarson ka Saag. You’re likely to find all these dishes and more at stylish restaurants in central London. Creative Brit-Indian cooking is making the headlines for all the right reasons. The Indian Accent restaurant group has been at the cutting edge of new wave Indian cooking for almost a decade. The recently opened Mayfair branch is the third incarnation, following the launch of the original in Delhi in 2009 and a New York branch in 2016.

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