About Emni

Emni restaurant in London's Upper Street is a sophisticated Indian restaurant that is what Indian dining these days is all about. Two minutes' walk from the Angel and backing onto Camden Passage, Emni will draw you in past its provocative smoked glass windows to an interior of chic décor with wide wooden planking, white walls, art and object collection and elegant furniture. The Indian chefs create dishes based on the freshest, lightest ingredients and sauces, dishes that are a feast for the eye as well as the tastebuds - Indian rediscovered. We could spend an hour in the upstairs bar watching Islington stroll by. Service is renowned for intelligence and humour.

Sample a la carte


- Mirch murgh tikka (Punjabi dish, chicken with fresh roasted paprika, grilled in a clay oven) £4.45
- Nali-ke-kaliyan (Northwest frontier dish, osabucco seasoned with ginger and garlic, prepared in black cardamom and cloves grilled in the tandoor) £6.45
- Samundri khazana (coastal cuisine of Goa, a combination of squid, mussels and shrimp cooked in tamarind, mustard and sun dried tomatoes, glazed with ginger sauce) £6.95
- Tookri chat (a dish from Mumbai, potato basket served with lentil dumpling and potato patis, accompanied with sweet potato yoghurt and tamarind sauce) £4.95

Other starters are available

Main Course

- Mahi pan dan (a dish from Awad, monkfish marinated with peanut and chilli, wrapped with pan dan leaf and cooked on the charcoal grill) £13.95
- Chatpata bhuna bangon (North Western Frontier dish, Slow grilled long aubergines cooked in sun dried tomato and fresh chilli sauce) £5.95
- Nizami tarkari biriyani (West Bengali dish, assortment of fresh mixed vegetables cooked with basmati rice and flavoured with black cumin seeds) £9.95
- Raunaq-e-sheek kebab (Punjabi dish, chef's own tender ground lamb, wrapped in a jumble of capsicum and onion, cooked on skewers in the tandoor) £8.95
- Chicken chattinad (a dish from Kerala, chicken marinated in cumin seeds and black pepper, cooked in spicy coconut sauce with onions, tamarind and cinnamon) £8.95
- Laal maas (a dish from Rajastan, lamb cooked with Rajistani chillies and onions. The hottest dish of the lan) £9.95

Other main courses are available


- Desserts are available from the desserts trolley

Additional Information


353 Upper Street, N1 0PD

Nearest tube:


Average Price:

£25-£34 / €35-€49

Opening times:

Mon - Thurs: 12pm - 2:30pm & 6pm - 11pm
Fri: 12pm - 2:30pm & 6pm - 12am
Sat: 12pm - 12am
Sun: 12pm - 11pm

Dress Code:

Smart / Casual