Any restaurant worth its salt will excel in its food and service. At Est India, not only have we achieved that for well over a decade, being located in Flat Iron Square, in the fashionable Union Street, SE1 area, gives us the added advantage of an attractive location, a great clientele and a reputation that makes it one of the best of its kind in the capital.
Then again, no restaurant should sit on its laurels either and at Est India, we ensure that we evolve, we move with the times and not only meet our clientele’s expectations but exceed them.
Our experienced and dedicated staff ensure of that, from a friendly smile to comfortable seating and concise menus, delectable cooking and an array of drinks. So, whether you’re coming to enjoy delicious Indian flavours as a follower of Subcontinental cuisine, making a quick jaunt from the office for lunch, visiting with a group of friends or even as a twosome, Est India is a restaurant you’ll want to return to and make it your home!
If the food market in Flat Iron Square doesn’t take your fancy, remember this consistently good modern basement Indian…
A recent addition to pedestrianised Flat Iron Square, Est India’s self-proclaimed ‘modern urban feel’ translates as bare walls…
wooden furniture, long tables and cosy booths for intimate get-togethers. The cooking shows its debt to the subcontinent’s street food…before offering various tandooris, biryanis and regional specialities
After a tasty selection of nibbles and bites to whet our appetites, we ordered a selection of more substantial dishes to share…
I requested for the small starter portions of each dish so that we could try more dishes – variety is after all the spice of life.
I always love seafood dishes and ordered the Kasundi salmon tikka, cooked in a tandoor, and the Goan prawn curry which was probably my favourite dish of the meal
A well-established, airy and inviting premises awaits those who frequent Est India. An appealing bar, where aficionados can order fine drinks, whilst the spacious dining room awaits to the left as one enters aided by both chair seating and comfortable booths and terrace doors that open out to the frontage.
Its at once an oasis of calm and relaxation not to mention a temple to the love of Indian dining that’s wonderfully alluring.