Curry for Change

Changing the lives of families
who suffer from hunger.

Visit a Restaurant

We are delighted to partner with a selection of fantastic restaurants in London and beyond, leading the way in Indian cuisine, their chefs and customers joining forces to support Curry for Change.

Our partner Restaurants offer their guests the opportunity to add a donation to their bill or to enjoy a special dish in aid of Curry for Change at special times of the year. Take a look at the map below to see who is supporting the campaign, how they are raising funds, and when they are taking part. Take a look and see where you can dine out to change lives!

If your restaurant would like to take part in Curry for Change then we would love to hear from you. Please contact us for further details on the opportunity.

Cafe Spice Namaste

More than a restaurant, a culinary institiution, Café Spice Namaste is Cyrus Todiwala's celebrated landmark Indian restaurant, a short stroll from Tower Hill station. 

16 Prescot Street London E1 8AZ

  020 7488 9242

 

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Cafe Spice Namaste

The Cinnamon Club

The Cinnamon Club is among the best Indian restaurants in London with private dining and cocktail bar near Westminster Abbey.

The Old Westminster Library 30-32 Great Smith Street London SW1P 3BU

  020 7222 2555

 

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The Cinnamon Club

Cinnamon Kitchen

Award winning Indian restaurant Cinnamon Kitchen and cocktail bar Anise are located near Liverpool Street station.

9 Devonshire Square London EC2M 4YL

  020 7626 5000

 

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Cinnamon Kitchen

Cinnamon Bazaar

Cinnamon Bazaar is among the best restaurants in London and the third addition to the Cinnamon family located near Oxford Circus

5 Kingly Street London W1B 5PF

  020 7437 1664

 

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Cinnamon Bazaar

Chai Naasto

Experience authentic Indian street food at Chai Naasto. This unique South London restaurant serves dishes that reflect the coming of new world Indian cuisine, coupled with the informal style of tapas.

They will be supporting Curry for Change throughout the year with a range of exciting fundraising activities. Stay posted for more info!

2-4 Fairfield Road Beckenham Kent BR3 3LD

  020 3750 0888

 

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Chai Naasto

The Painted Heron

The Painted Heron is all about fantastic aromatic curries which bring the best of the principal ingredients and the magic of spices.

Throughout June they will be donating 10% of of their profits from a very  special dish - Lobster tail, shrimps pilau, coconut curry - to Curry for Change

112 Cheyne Walk Chelsea London SW10 0DJ

  020 7351 5232

 

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The Painted Heron

Caraway Brasserie

Caraway Brasserie is North Indian influenced, providing a classic combination of robust flavours served in a simple yet bold manner. 

Throughout June they will be adding a discretionary £1 to the bill to raise money for Curry for Change.

513-519 Cranbrook Road Gants Hill Ilford IG2 6HA

  0208 518 4111

 

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Caraway Brasserie

Grand Trunk Road

Inspired by the chronicled stretch of land built for traders in the 16th century, Rajesh Suri’s Grand Trunk Road is a culinary dedication to a historical staple of the varied flavours of Indian history.

Throughout June they will be adding a discretionary £1 to the bill to raise money for Curry for Change.

219 High Rd London E18 2PB

  0208 505 1965

 

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Grand Trunk Road

Talli Joe

Talli Joe is a casual, drinking and dining destination on Shaftesbury Avenue, London’s latest foodie hub. Our menu is innovative and vibrant, and delivers the undiscovered regional flavours of India straight to your table.

152 – 156 Shaftesbury Avenue London C2H 8HL

  0207 836 5400

 

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Talli Joe

Tapasya

The original restaurant of the Tapasya Group, Tapasya offers a unique culinary offering in the East Riding of Yorkshire. They fuse fresh, local produce with traditional Indian cooking techniques to create a fine dining experience with extra spice.

If you order their locally sourced Rack of Lamb throughout October, £1 shall be donated to the Curry For Change campaign. The rack of lamb is infused overnight with a home ground mix of eleven spices, marinated in yoghurt, lemon juice, ground ginger and garlic, slow roasted in a clay oven, served with spiced potatoes.

580 - 582 Beverly High Road, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU6 7LH

  01482 242606

 

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Tapasya

Tapasya @ Marina

The latest addition to the Tapasya Group, [email protected] continues with the ethos of combining Yorkshire produce with ancestral Indian culinary skill. A modern and stylish restaurant, customers can expect a fabulous fusion of fine dining and Indian street food- perfect for whether you are after a last minute lunch or a lavish celebration!

If you order their selected dish throughout October, £1 shall be donated to the Curry For Change campaign.

2 - 3 Humber Dock Street, Marina, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU1 1TB

  01482 242607

 

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Tapasya @ Marina

Gaylord Restaurant

One of London's oldest and most respected Indian restaurants, Gaylord Restaurant has been serving exotic recipes since 1966. This traditional, elegant eatery serves all kinds of colourful dishes made using time-honoured techniques.

  020 7580 3615

 

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Gaylord Restaurant

Kerala Restaurant

Kerala restaurant incorporates regional cuisines which differ according to the local culture, climate, traditions and availability of ingredients. Their delicious dishes originate from the four southern states of India – Andra Pradesh Karnataka, Kerala and Tamilnadu.

  0113 234 0033

 

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Kerala Restaurant

The Raj York

The Raj’s mission is to provide a superior Indian dining experience by offering dishes which are more focussed on rich flavours than hot spices, set against the contemporary background of a modern restaurant.

  01904 613366

 

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The Raj York

Chokhi Dhani

Chokhi Dhani has championed local culture and hospitality in India for over 30 years.

Here in London they showcase the fine food, vibrant atmosphere and exceptional service that entrances all who visit their venues in Rajasthan – but with a contemporary twist.

As well as highlighting dishes from this ancient princely state, with its legendary royal cuisine, they also offer dishes from across the subcontinent, with textures and flavours that guarantee an immersive and multi-sensory experience.

 

  020 3795 9000

 

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Chokhi Dhani

Saffron Summer

India is a diverse country with 29 states. Most states have their own culture, traditions, language and cuisine.

Saffron Summer aims to bring Indian dishes from these various states in their authentic forms. They merge the exquisite flavours of Asia with the timeless techniques of Indian cuisine to create a global contemporary style of offering!

 

  0208 3914477

 

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Saffron Summer

Kuti's Brasserie Indian Restaurant

Kuti’s Brasserie, the fine dining Indian restaurant which opened in the former gate house of the historic Royal Pier in Southampton this summer, has been shortlisted for a prestigious Asian Curry Awards as 'Best Newcomer' and 'Best South Coast' restaurant.

Visit their gorgeous restaurant for an extensive evening menu of Indian favourites.

The Royal Pier, Gate House, Town Quay Southampton, SO14 2AQ

  02380221585

 

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Kuti's Brasserie Indian Restaurant

Curry Leaf Café

The original Brighton Lanes Cafe operates as a cafe-cum-lunch spot during the day with a range of coffees, teas, snacks and traditional South Indian street food, as well as more substantial meals such as thali platters, dosas and tandoor naan wraps. In the evenings diners visit the cafe to experience its small but diverse menu of tandoor-grilled specialities, street food and expertly spiced curries, accompanied by Brighton's best range of craft beers and cocktails.

60 Ship Street Brighton BN1 1AE

  01273 207070

 

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Curry Leaf Café