Star of India
The wonderful world of fine Indian cuisine in one award winning restaurant
We offer you a warm welcome to Star of India, London's award winning restaurant, based in Leytonstone, London's eastside. Thank you for choosing our website where we hope you'll find the information helpful.
For almost 40 years we have been delighting customers with our wide range of dishes, cooked to perfection using the finest, freshest ingredients. Our award winning chefs are highly skilled in the art of fine Indian cuisine, using imaginative combinations of ingredients and spices to create new dishes and provide the finest examples of old favourites.
Our menu is ever-evolving and carefully designed to satisfy those who love traditional favourites such as tikkas and tandooris and madras curries as well as offering exotic choices for those who want to try something new including South Indian hot fried prawns, or cod with spiced orange. For vegetarians we have a spectacular range of vegetable dishes including apple and mango curry, delicious tandoori smoked paneers and the best Bombay potato in London! We also offer delicious vegan dishes cooked to order.
So whatever your food preferences - you can be sure of getting exactly what you want at Star Of India.
Tempted! We hope so. Have a look at our menu page to see for yourself.
Why not book through our website and choose your table.
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Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott and NEC member Cllr Claudia Webbe are among the speakers at a launch meeting for BAME Labour at The Epicentre, 41 West Street, Leytonstone, London E11 4LJ on Wednesday 29th March at 7.30 pm.
Leyton Orient is London's second oldest club, formed in 1881. For much of its life it has managed to survive in the shadow of much bigger London clubs and is often referred to as Londoners' second-favourite club. Now it faces an uncertain future. Sold to Italian businessman Francesco Becchetti in July 2014, just after the club missed out on promotion back to the Championship for the first time in over 30 years, Leyton Orient has since suffered a dramatic decline. The club faces relegation out of the Football League for the first time in its 112 years in the league, and while it appears Mr Becchetti is willing to sell, the reported asking price may put off potential buyers due to the level of debt he has built up during his ownership. Leyton Orient Fans' Trust (LOFT), an independent supporters' trust representing hundreds of O's fans has set up of the Leyton Orient Regeneration Fund. The fund would be used to help regenerate Leyton Orient (or, in the event of liquidation of the club, a successor ‘phoenix club’). Please check out their website and support them if you can. http://leytonorientfanstrust.com/fund.asp