About Gandhis
Gandhis was the very first Indian restaurant on Kennington Road opening its doors in 1982, a pioneer of Indian cuisine and has since proudly been owned and run by the same family.

The philosophy was simple then and still is today; to serve food prepared in the best Indian traditions from a menu that reflects the great regional diversity of Indian cuisine.

The chefs at Gandhis take pride to have maintained a classic Indian menu based on the most traditional recipes from India, whilst understanding the contemporary demands of finely tuned tastes of the 21st century.

At Gandhis our chefs have always been passionate about ingredients, understanding that the best flavours can only be achieved from the freshest ingredients and spices.

Therefore the ethos is simple; at Gandhis only the finest ingredients come in and the spices are freshly ground on a daily basis.

Since opening in 1982, Gandhis has built up a loyal following in the local community and built a reputation for exceptional service and mouth-watering food.

Over the past 30+ years Gandhis has also catered for numerous distinguished guests, including celebrities, television personalities and situated a mile from The House of Commons Gandhis has been a firm favourite with politicians.

Our first-class customer service, comfortable and modern décor create the unrivalled ambiance for the perfect Indian dining experience without being pretentious, ensuring that all have the opportunity to enjoy the Gandhis experience.

 

Customers Reviews


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Excellent hospitality, food and company”
- John Reid, M.P. Home Secretary

“A consistently high standard of cooking and service”
- Jack Straw, M.P. Leader of the House

“Top Grub!”
- Paul Ross

“Amazing food! So glad we have found a good regular Indian!”
- Claire Sweeney

“Excellent service and hospitality”
- Gordon Brown, M.P. Chancellor of the Exchequer

“An Excellent Meal”
- Alastair Darling, Minister for Trade & Industry

“Wonderful as always”
- Paddy Ashdown, Former leader of the Liberal Democrats

“Loverly luvverly grub!”
- Richard & Judy

“A first rate Indian Restaurant. Writing about them makes my mouth water”
- Home & Garden

“Best Indian Restaurant south of the river”
South London press

“Gandhi’s Restaurant Kennington Road, my favourite Indian Restaurant. Excellent food & service”
- John Major, Former Prime Minister

“Gandhi’s Restaurant has the best reputation for Indian cuisine”
- The Observer

“The door of Gandhi’s Restaurant Kennington Road, London, crashed open to reveal the familiar portly figure of one Clarke-K. together with 40 friends and supporters, among them were Stephen Dorrell, Michael Mates & Ann widdecombe”
- The Daily Telegraph

“Mr. Clarke cheered himself by heading currywards, he took his mob to Kennington Road Gandhi’s for mouth burning baltis and flagons of lager”
- The Times

“Former the Commons-London’s finest restaurant are where the political scheming takes place, as a former Labour minister reveals the plot thickens (Gandhi’s one of the favourite)”
- by Gerald Kaufman, Evening standard, 13.09.06

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