Quilon

41 Buckingham Gate
London
West End London SW1E 6AF
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About Quilon

Among the new generation of Indian restaurants specialising in lighter sauces and a more eclectic menu, Quilon is the sister restaurant of the famous Bombay Brasserie. The interior is an elegant mix of rich muted colours and the bar is a particularly popular place to meet. The delicious food is described as 'Coastal Cuisine' and dishes such as seafood, crustacea and a variety of specialities are available. Dishes includes Char-grilled shrimps with lime and chilli, lobster with tangy Goan pickle and fish curry with coconut. Quilon was awarded its first Michelin star in 2008 and received a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence in 2009.

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Quilon restaurant in London. The food, service and ambience perfect.

Excellent food & attentive service

Quilon, recently reopened after total refurbishment , was packed last night with unfortunate consequences for its normally impeccable service. I had to ask twice for the "nibbles" that usually arrive automatically with one's aperitifs and we had to wait 40 minutes for our main courses. The food was, however, just as good as it always is.

A further minor gripe: the lighting in the new swish and uber-trendy ladies' loo is so dim that I could barely see myself in the mirror.

Friendly service and great food. What more do you need to know?

Food was spectacular and staff extremely efficient. We had a really wonderful meal here and can't wait to go back.

This was our first visit to Quilon and we were rewarded with a great experience which we intend to repeat. The food was inventive and lighter than traditional indian and going with the a la carte left us with many dishes that we would like to try on another occasion. Service was not always the most professional but all the staff created an atmosphere which was warm and welcoming. We dined at 8 and were given as much time as we needed to finish the meal. Altogether highly recommended.

This was the first time that I had been to Quilon since it re-opened after refurbishment. The decor is new and trendy, if a bit cold for my taste, but the food was as good as ever, as was the impeccable attentive service.

I had the banana pudding for dessert which I had not tried before - utterly ambrosial.

Highly recommended.

Having not been for a while, the food (especially the delicacy of the flavours) was still very good, - though we had memories of it being even more outstanding - and the new decor is more business-like, perhaps suiting the lunchtime trade. Well worth discovering if you have not already.

Visited Quilon in London on Fri 6 April. We went as a party of four and had a great time. We all chose the tasting menu at just under £50 a head. Fabulous food which arrived in a steady stream of small dishes which although did not seem to be overly generous for each individual course by the end of the meal we were all very, very full. Absolutely gorgeous decor and beautiful washrooms. Attentive, pleasant staff. An expensive night out, more than we would usually pay for a meal but worth it.

Great food and service, will defnitley return.

It was our first visit to Quilon and we were amazed at the food, the service and the ambience. It was my mother-in-law's 65th Birthday lunch and the staff at Quilon ensured it was really special. The lunch deal - 2 courses with tea and coffee was an excellent deal. We had a lot of choice with the beverages (the berry lassi is a must). My mother-in-law is vegetarian and there was ample and exciting choices for her to select from.

Quilon, London visited for weekday lunch. Beautiful new updated restaurant, almost empty. appetisers were delicious, as were starters. Herb crusted tilapia was good but the mustard sauce which accompanied it didn't go with it at all. Service was friendly and efficient, though English was occasionally a problem. would recommend in general.

Fantastic service, fabullous food which was very reasonably priced.

Most enjoyable. Would highly recommend a visit.

Lunch at Quilon was excellent as ever - great ambience and excellent food.

great food as to be expected at the Quilon, London. Service was not as good as usual as there seemed to a lot of very new staff learning on the job.

Wonderful service, wonderful food and lovely ambience: special yet relaxed. Quilon happily made alterations to the taster menus to accommodate my family's dietary requests. They also provided a lovely cake and sparkler for my birthday. Highly recommended.

Quilon, London

Not as good as last time I went but still very good food.

Great lunch in a very understated restaurant. The food was spot on, with the only criticism being perhaps the dished were quite small. Tables are not too close, so good if you want to have a private conversation. There are not many Michelin starred restaurnats in London wher you can get 3 courses for £24... Great value fo rmoney.

The Quilon in London was recommended to me. A very good recommendation. Food was amazing and the staff, service was excellent, pleasant ambience & couldn't fault them in anyway. Been to Bombay Brassier (sister restaurant).......which was just as wonderful as Quilon. Was told it would be expensive but been to worse restaurants & paid more for less service & not so great food.