The restaurant also blends quality British meats with regional Indian specialities, like a Goan vindaloo made with Creedy Carver duck.
Prawn and lobster curries take inspiration from the coastal cuisines of Southern India.
Showstopping vegetarian dishes include a stunning raj kachori, a friable puri shell holding sprouted lentils, yoghurt, myriad chutneys and pomegranate.
In keeping with the restaurant’s roots, a £45 three-course meal is also available, in homage to the “Really Good Meal” of 1945.
The Regent Street location, proximity to the London Underground, and theatre land the ideal venue for a pre-theatre dinner, or even an early post shopping supper.
Fixed price weekend brunch offers some special dishes, like a classic coronation chicken salad and a Punjabi street food favourite – Chana Bhatura.
The three unique dining areas make Veeraswamy perfect for celebrations, with the Paisley Room boasting a long table of 12 for a big occasion.
For even bigger groups, there is the stunning private dining room, with candles in the walls and an ornately decorated table can be organized for special occasions, seven days a week. Menus can be customised to your taste.