welcome to
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 and inviting.

For over 32 years we have been delighting customers with our wide range of exquisite dishes, cooked to perfection using the finest, freshest ingredients. Our award winning chefs are highly skilled in the art of fine Indian cuisine, creating dishes to tempt and tantalise the taste buds. Our secret is imaginative combinations of ingredients and spices that are exciting to the eye and most importantly to the palette.

We believe in giving our customers the best food experience possible - so a visit to Star Of India means you get first class dishes and first class service in a warm, friendly environment. We appreciate that many people are not sure which dishes to choose when they come to our restaurant - so we offer advice and suggestions on the choice of menu to suit every taste.

Our menu is ever-evolving to offer new food experiences to our customers. It is carefully designed to satisfy those who love traditional favourites such as tikkas and tandooris and madras curries - but we also offer 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.

About booking - booking through our website means:
  •   You can choose the table you want
  •   Tell us how long you want to stay
  •   Tell us what you would like to eat and drink
  •   Tell us how many are joining you

You can now order on-line too for takeaways. Click here for more info

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Posted Thu 21st Apr 2016
by JaneyD
Charity Cycle Ride

Local man Martyn Bellamy is raising funds to take 500 to 600 children in care or young carers to the seaside for a day to remember. To do this he is cycling the 76 miles from Waltham Forest to Southend-on-Sea - and back on 22nd May 2016 and is seeking sponsorship. Click on the link to sponsor him and find out more https://t.co/6kldpyCtiO

Posted Thu 7th Apr 2016
by Poetic Justice Productions
Theatre: Scampolo (Leytonstone Festival favourite) in Islington run
From April 19th to May 1st, Islington’s Rosemary Branch pub theatre will play host to Poetic Justice’s new English language production of Scàmpolo, a 1916 romantic comedy by renowned early 20th c Italian playwright and director Dario Niccodemi, first trialled at the 2015 Leytonstone Festival. The translation and performance is a dream come true for Wanstead-based actor and politician Ashley Gunstock, who had picked up an old copy of the play on his honeymoon in Italy, and had for many years wanted to create a translation of it. A special team of three at Ashley Gunstock's Theatre company Poetic Justice have combined their skills to create this groundbreaking translation. Poetic Justice now celebrate the play’s centenary with this, the first ever full-length English stage production of Scàmpolo . Scàmpolo is a classic early 20th century tale of a girl on the threshold of womanhood, living on the harsh streets of Rome. Her introduction into the life and social circle of an impoverished engineer – with dreams of having his Libyan railway project accepted by the Italian government – raises quite a few eyebrows and questions regarding the hypocrisy of the bourgeoisie. Poetic Justice is delighted to be staging the centenary and first ever English production of this quirky, poignant and beautifully written Italian romantic comedy, the first of Niccodemi’s works to be translated by Marzia Marani, Diana Korchien & Ashley Gunstock. Rosemary Branch Theatre 2 Shepperton Road London N1 3DT Box Office: (0)20 7704 6665 Online bookings: http://bit.ly/20InmXt Performances: Tuesday 19 April - Sunday 1 May 2016. Tuesdays - Saturdays at 7.30pm & Sundays at 6pm. Tickets: £12/£10 (concessions)