The Raj Of Kensington

Led by a chef passionate about that era in history, The Raj of Kensington and Islington serve up regional cuisines of India made popular during the period of British rule. Opt for a Tandoor Ka Khazana, dishes char-grilled in a traditional clay oven.


  • Punjabi Samosastar_filled

    The Classic Samosa, stuffed with tempered potatoes, ginger and spices, tamarind & green chutney.

  • Murg Korma (Uttar Pradesh)star_filled

    The jewel in the kitchens of Mughal Palaces. Chicken cooked in mild sauce with aromatic spices.

  • Butter Chicken (Delhi)star_filled

    Marinated grilled chicken simmered in buttery tomatoes and fenugreek leaves.

  • CTM (1970s Glasgow, Scotland)star_filled

    Chicken tikka masala, A British national favourite. “Enough said.”

  • Dum Biryani (Lucknow, Awadh)star_filled

    Authentic biryani cooked with aromatic basmati rice, cinnamon, bay leaves, cardamom and yoghurt, tightly sealed and cooked over a slow fire, served with raitha.

  • Papadoms