restaurants / Middle Eastern

Lonely Planet review

Everyone from cabbies to five-star chefs flock to this legendary Pakistani eatery (dating from 1978) where you eat like a prince and pay like a pauper. Loosen that belt for helpings of spicy curries, succulent grilled meats, creamy dahl (lentils) and fresh, buttery naan. Be prepared for the no-frills dining room or, better still, wait for an outside table to watch Satwa on parade.