Kasturi opened in 2002 and is part of a chain of Indian restaurants across Europe. With 30 years of experience, we have an established reputation of serving authentic and high quality food. Our primary focus is on healthy eating. This is achieved through careful ingredient selection and special cooking methods.
Kasturi offers a sophisticated dining experience with friendly and professional service in stylish and contemporary surroundings.
Based in the City, just outside Brick Lane and only a short walk away from one of London's most famous historic landmarks, The Tower of London, Kasturi is dedicated to serving authentic Indian food and has become a gastronomic oasis within the bustling City of London.
Kasturi Restaurant has won numerous awards for its outstanding food and has extensive experience organising corporate catering for city institutions in the Square Mile.
Contact Kasturi today for a bespoke solution for all your catering needs, ranging from informal office parties, christmas and birthday parties, office canteen catering and office deliveries, to more formal event catering such as boardroom snacks and lunches, townhall meetings and product launches
Kasturi's Diner Club Card
Register your company for a Kasturi Diner Club Card* and receive:
- 15% discount of the total bill every time you dine at Kasturi
- Exclusive invitations for promotional and launching events organised by Kasturi
- Similar benefits for corporate catering, canteen catering and boardroom lunche
To apply, contact us by phone or email
Kasturi is a British Curry Award winning restaurant, ranked among the top 30 best restaurants in the UK in 2005.
Apart from receiving numerous accolades, Kasturi has also enjoyed considerable press coverage over time:
“Mind blowing succulence, juiciness and the most intricate spicing”
“So full of tastes, textures and sensual warmth”
Kate Spicer – The Evening Standard
“Kebab-ke-karishma – a tandoori platter of assorted meat and seafood kebabs – hits the bullseye”
Time Out Eating & Drinking Guide 2004
“The cooking retains its distinctive, strong flavours and there are keen lunch time prices”
Nicholas Lander - The Financial Times
“I think they are cooking up a storm”
Jay Rayner – The Observer