Christian Stan, at 23 Dec. 14, in City Restaurants, Gourmet, News

The much loved Indian restaurant, Zaika of Kensington London reopened its doors in november with a menu of Northern Indian cuisine; a new team with executive chef Sanjay Gour at the helm and a revived look to the 120 cover restaurant space.

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Zaika of Kensington reopened its doors in november 2014

True to its name, Zaika of Kensington London reopened and offers authentic flavors of the subcontinent with an emphasis on refined, creative and contemporary cuisine from the Awadhi traditions of Northern India. Awadhi is heavily influenced by the Mughal and Nawabi styles and offers preparations that are an indulgent mix of flavours and spices, creating gourmet spreads that may be described as nothing less than royal. Served in fitting ambience too.


Zaika of Kensington’s Rice Kheer. Key Ingredients are rice, broken wheat, tapioca, milk and cardamom.

Zaika of Kensington London first opened its doors to diners back in 1999 and is one of the few Indian restaurants to hold two prestigious AA rosettes. It wasn’t until November of 2012, that Zaika joined the ranks of Tamarind Collection. And the reimagined Zaika is now ready to welcome guests with a menu that features all the usual favorites and some new ones.


Zaika of Kensington – Malai Tikka. Chicken supreme marinated with cream-cheese, green chilli and coriander stem.


A signature Tamarind Collection dish, The Peshawari Champen is now on the menu at the reimagined Zaika of Kensington


A signature Tamarind Collection dish, The Dumpukht Biryani.


Tamarind Collection owns and operates four restaurants in London and LA and division of Tamarind Events Catering. The group was established in 1995 with the opening of our flagship restaurant, Tamarind in Mayfair, which was the first fine dining Indian restaurant in the world to receive a Michelin star.

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