Temptation restaurant in Ruislip has chosen exactly the right name for its brand of superb Indian cuisine, fine décor and delightful dining experience. The polished, modern interior featuring pale walls, very cool marble bar, dark wood tables and chocolate leather seating, sets the tone for an evening of enjoyment. Naveen Sahni and his team, with bags of experience in some of the great kitchens of India, London and France, here take high-quality ingredients to create an unusual Indian cuisine based in Indian kebab cooking and curries. Signature dishes include dahi bhalla papri chaat, or lentil fritters with yoghurt and coriander chutney, Temptation's own chicken tikka masala, and Indian streetside favourite dhaba murg. Thoughtful wine list, cheery service, Sunday brunch.
Sample a la carte
- Grilled king prawns £10.00
- Seekh kebab khaas (lamb mince kebabs wrapped with a salpicon of Bell-peppers, spring onions, celery) £5.50
- Kasturi murgh ke tikke (boneless cubes of chicken with fresh coriander herbs and an egg coating, grilled over) £5.50
- Paneer ke tikke (marinated home made cottage cheese parcels slow grilled over hot ambers) £5.00
Other starters are available.
- Mangalorian fish curry (a fish curry made with the special blend of red chillies and a spice blend endemic to Mangalore, best serve with boiled rice) £9.00
- Green mango prawn curry (a combination of green mango balanced with curry leaf and a spice blend with a sweet and sour bias)£10.00
- Saag methi gosht (dum cooked Lamb simmered with a yoghurt-fenugreek-spinach gravy) £6.00
- Chicken tikka makhni (seared charcool grilled tikke of chicken simmered in tomato-cream-butter gravy flavoured with dry fenugreek and Punjabi spices) £6.75
- Dum ke dal makhni (black lentils simmered on, glowing ambers) £3.50
- Lamb biryani (long grain basmati rice seeped in saffron and herbs slowly cooked on dum) £8.00
Other main courses are available.
A selection of desserts is available.
136 High Street, HA4 8LL
£24 and under
Mon - Sun 12pm - 3pm & 6pm - 11:30pm