Star of India
The wonderful world of fine Indian cuisine in one award winning restaurant
We offer you a warm welcome to Star of India, London's award winning restaurant, based in Leytonstone, London's eastside. Thank you for choosing our website where we hope you'll find the information helpful.
For almost 40 years we have been delighting customers with our wide range of dishes, cooked to perfection using the finest, freshest ingredients. Our award winning chefs are highly skilled in the art of fine Indian cuisine, using imaginative combinations of ingredients and spices to create new dishes and provide the finest examples of old favourites.
Our menu is ever-evolving and carefully designed to satisfy those who love traditional favourites such as tikkas and tandooris and madras curries as well as offering exotic choices for those who want to try something new including South Indian hot fried prawns, or cod with spiced orange. For vegetarians we have a spectacular range of vegetable dishes including apple and mango curry, delicious tandoori smoked paneers and the best Bombay potato in London! We also offer delicious vegan dishes cooked to order.
So whatever your food preferences - you can be sure of getting exactly what you want at Star Of India.
Tempted! We hope so. Have a look at our menu page to see for yourself.
Why not book through our website and choose your table.
You can now order on-line too for takeaways - join our mailing list and look out for our discount codes.
Lionel Bart from the East End of London was a songwriting genius having a career penning huge global chart hits, musicals, film scores and one of the biggest musicals of all time 'Oliver'. He was earning every minute the same as the average working mans weekly wage in the 1960′s, but things went wrong, very wrong and by 1972 he was tragically declared Bankrupt. 'The Story of Bart' tells the true story of the meteoric rise and fall of Britain's greatest songwriter. West End Star John Barr (Les Miserables, Aspects of Love, Evita & Sweeney Todd) will be taking on the role of Lionel Bart telling you his own story, he will be joined by some very special guests and full band performing Bart’s most unforgettable hits as well as one or two songs you haven’t heard before. Was there a Happy Ending? Coming to Walthamstow for the first time, this fascinating tale will start its UK wide tour with five dates at the iconic former Granada cinema venue, Mirth, Marvel & Maud.
This Thursday at the RAFA Club, 295 Cranbrook Road, Ilford.
Ten minutes walk from Ilford or Gants Hill Station.
The wonderful Graham Pike Quartet, Jazz Trumpet and Blues Harmonica.
Free admission, club opens at 8pm, music from 9-11