Salloos serves authentic Pakistani cuisine as enjoyed by the highest (and luckiest) classes of Pakistanis and has won an enthusiastic and loyal following over more than twenty years in the capital. Family-run, with waiters who are happy to guide you through the menu. The dining room is minimally decorated: the emphasis is on the food. Tandoori lamb chops are a speciality, as is chicken Karahi, and many other dishes. The breads are great. Although Muslim, Salloos has a very good wine list. One of Londons’ treasures.
Full a la carte
Aloo Paratha (Wheat dough filled with a layer of spiced potatoes, ionions and green chillies and baked with butter in the Tandoor) £4.50
Yakhni (Consomme flavoured with oriental herbs) £3.90
Keema Nan (Wheat dough filled with a layer of spiced minced meat and baked with butter in Tandoor) £4.50
Seekh Kebab (Minced meat of leg of young lamb mixed with spices, herbs and onions and made like sausages on a skewer, then barbecued in charcoal tandoor) £9.90
Chicken Karahi (A speciality from the Kyhber, diced, deboned chicken cooked with spices, tomatoes, chopped ginger and green chillis, served sizzling in iron Karahi. £13.50
(This is the house speciality)
Shahi Kofta (Chicken meat balls cooked to Salloos own recipe in a subtle sauce) £12.90
Order the Barra 24 hours in advance (Whole young lamb marinated and stuffed with basmati rice, herbs, almonds and raisins cooked in the Frontier style).
Only halal meats are used in all preparations
62 - 64 Kinnerton Street, Belgravia, SW1X 8ER
Hyde Park Corner
£35 to £44
Mon - Sat 12.00 - 2.30 + 7.00 - 11.15. Closed Sunday and Bank Holidays