THIS VENUE IS NOW CLOSED FOR BUSINESS.
SEE ALTERNATIVE Indian/South Asian Cuisine
Strictly Sri-Lankan cuisine, this unostentatious restaurant is a rather exotic addition to West Hampstead. Traditionally, Sri Lankan cuisine has a fiery reputation. However, at Elephant Walk they have softened their dishes for the delicate Western palette. Should the fearless among you wish to confront a natively hot curry, the restaurant will be happy to spice things up a little - you only have to ask. The menu is a colourful collection of regional specialities. For starters we recommend the Ulundi Vadai, the Lamb Spring Rolls and the Spicy Chicken Cutlets. The Ulundi Vadai, a famed Sri Lankan rarity is a treat. Shaped like a doughnut, the distinctive taste of lentils, onion and ginger make it deliciously moreish. The cutlets and spring rolls are ideal for the less adventurous. For a main course, the Kerala is a fantastic fusion of chicken, cashew nuts, green chillies and saffron all tossed in a thick creamy sauce while the Buriyani has more of a surprisingly spicy kick to it. The food was really very tasty and refreshingly economical for a West Hampstead eatery. The interior, however, meets all the voguish expectations of the area. We loved the simplistic furnishings and dark brown tables delicately lit by flickering candles. The grand illustrations of elephants throughout the restaurant add an intoxicating Eastern charm to the establishment. The staff were delightful and faultlessly attentive.
Elephant Walk images
LondonTown.com - Elephant Walk Location Map
Further articles featuring Elephant Walk on LondonTown.com
Plan the perfect year in the capital with our pick of the best events in London 2016. From January through to December, every month boasts an impressive line-up of entertainment. So, take a look at our guide and be sure not to miss a thing.
London > Events > Exhibitions Dates: 13th February to 12th March 2016 - 12noon-6pm
Kingsgate Workshops, 110-116 Kingsgate Road, NW6 | 6 minutes from Elephant Walk
Antagonistic paintings from Alexis Harding will be exhibited alongside multi-disciplinary pieces from Flore Nove-Josser, as well as works by Damian Taylor, Alaena Turner, John Wallbank and ...More
Entertainment near Elephant Walk
Also in West End Lane
Our recommendations in the same street as Elephant Walk
What's On Today
Near Elephant Walk
From cheap budget accommodation to luxury 5 star hotels see our discounts for Elephant Walk hotels, including Club Quarters Trafalgar Square from 68% off.