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How to eat like a Londoner: Indian vegetarian dining

Posted at 4:30 pm, October 7, 2014 in Food & Drink

sakonis

NORTH

SAKONIS
This Wembley branch is popular with families for the affordable buffet. Favourite dishes include Gujarati snacks, Indo-Chinese noodles and pav bhaji. 127-129 Ealing Rd, HA0 4BP. Wembley Central.

Gujarati Rasoi© Josh Kearns

EAST

GUJARATI RASOI
More like a proper restaurant than some veggie places, GR brings sweet-sour flavour combos to discerning diners. 10c Bradbury St, N16 8JN. Dalston Kingsland Overground.

dosa n chutney© Rob Greig

SOUTH

DOSA N CHUTNY
The South Indian and Sri Lankan café is as glamorous as a truck stop, but its dosas (pictured) are splendid for scooping up chutneys. 68 Tooting High St, SW17 0RN. Tooting Broadway.

sagar west

WEST

SAGAR
The flagship of a small chain, Sagar’s signature dishes include metre-long paper dosas, and steamed idlis – spongy rice cakes served with coconut chutneys and fiery sambhar. 157 King St, W6 9JT

masala zone

CENTRAL

MASALA ZONE
Not a solely vegetarian restaurant, but the veg choices impress. Daily changing thalis might include earthy dhals, sides of gingery spinach potatoes, and cumin-spiced pea and marrow. 9 Marshall St, W1F 7ER . Oxford Circus.

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