Innovative modern Indian cuisine by chef Sanjay Dwivedi.
Kathryn Flett's review of Zaika (The Guardian)
I made a reservation at Zaika to celebrate my 20th birthday.
The staff provided excellent customer service. The food was the best indian cuisine I had ever tasted. And the resturant was decorated beautifully.
The only reason I give it 4 out of 5 is due to the price. It is expensive, but worth every penny.
by rhossa, 19 Oct 2009
Finally managed to visit this restaurant. Had the most fantastic meal, lovely atmosphere and staff were top notch!
Can't wait to vist again.
by D.B.C., 23 Nov 2007
Great atmosphere and service. Food could be a little spicier, but overall a good experience.
by missfine (24 reviews
), 19 Jun 2007
One of the best places I have been to. We went for the tasting menu, a 5 course meal for just £39. There was scallops, crispy duck salad, tandoori grouper with this amazing champagne and cardamon sauce, followed by one of the most incredible things I have ever eaten - spiced mushroom risotto with tomato ice cream! Can't wait to go back.
by sandeep23, 25 Mar 2007
Lovely food but no atmosphere and arsey staff. Wouldn't go back.
by jennyhurren (10 reviews
), 21 Nov 2005
Amazing food with some foie gras, scallops all cooked with Indian spices, and an amazing wine list. One of the best restaurant I' ve visited with a very attentive service but not intrusive.
I have been to Zaika few times but the food is just becoming better and better with the chef Sanjay Dwivedi.
by miranda, 31 Aug 2005
Went last Saturday. Didn't know what to expect. It was fantastic. "To die for" is a good description. Food was glorious, staff were brilliant. The whole night was just the best. Can't wait to go back to London to go again.
by Stormycat, 12 Jul 2005
Amazing Indian food in lovely surroundings - definitely worth a visit.
by Sarah M. (28 reviews
), 13 Nov 2004
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