Tangawizi Restaurant

406 Richmond Rd, Twickenham, TW1 2EB Directions

   Open today 18:00 - 23:00

Business overview

Michelin acclaimed Indian restaurant serving authentic North Indian food in modern surroundings

Michelin acclaimed Indian restaurant serving authentic Indian cuisine. The menu consists of the expected favourites, eg, Chicken Tikka Masala but also some more adventurous dishes if you would like to try something different. In each case, the highest quality ingredients are used and the chefs take great pride in preparing the dishes for all to enjoy.

Being a family run restaurant, you can see there is definitely a genuine passion for providing a "dining experience" with great attention to detail; from the stylish interior to the traditionally dressed waiters at your service to the "world music" that plays in the background.Sit back, relax and enjoy while high quality Indian food is served to you in a comfortable buzzy atmosphere.

If you can't make it to the restaurant you can opt for a takeaway/ delivery service for your convenience. Free deliveries are available for orders over £15 and you will also receive some complimentary pappapadums.

A Catering service is also available

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Tangawizi aims to serve authentic North Indian food in modern surroundings. Sit back and relax whilst traditionally clad waiting staff serve you with the warmth, passion and care that comes from being a family run restaurant.
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modern stylish design throughout
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Expertly made cocktails using premium branded spirits to start your evening
Something a little different if you dont want a curry, but still with an Indian touch

Products & Services

Non Vegetarian and Vegetarian Dishes offered

Takeaway service available

Catering for house parties

Catering for Corporate events

Credit cards accepted

Reviews

One of the best Indian restaurants in the area

4
Great food and not just the standard fare. Nicely decorated in a modern style but can be very noisy. I think this is a combination of the décor not absorbing sound and the popularity of Tangawizi, particularly on rugby days and Friday/Saturday/Sunday nights. My advice is to go early in the week when it is less busy. They also do a takeout service but aren't open at lunchtime.
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Just love it

5
Everything is said. Very good food at affordable prices!
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Fabulous Indian on the wrong side of Richmond

4
Tangawizi is a small Indian restaurant located in East Twickenham, just over the bridge from Richmond. As a rule I don't eat Indian food - not that I don't like it, but because is doesn't agree with my delicate constitution. However, after reading a rave review by a professional reviewer that I have met (who said it is one of the best Indian restaurants in London at the moment) I decided to give it a try. Oh, and did I mention that living only a ten minute walk away made it too hard to resist.

Set in a small, narrow restaurant, Tangawizi is kind of dark and very purple. We were given a table at the front of the restaurant, so we "wouldn't be disturbed by the large group" at the rear. The staff were incredibly friendly and helpful - can't remember the last time I had such lovely service. We felt so welcome - ok, I know that is not as important as the food, but it helps to make the meal an even more enjoyable experience.

To start, we enjoyed the complimentary papadams, which we dipped in a sweet mango chutney. Then we moved onto the Tangawizi aaron platter - which included a selection of tasty treats such as chicken tikka, juicy lamb chops, tiger prawns, paneer tikka, seekh kebab and chowk ki tikki.

We then shared a Koli curry (mild chicken and coconut curry) with some basmati rice, and side dishes of Saag paneer (soft cottage cheese with spinach) and Dal makhani (urad dal and red kidney beans cooked with cumin seeds). And of course some Naan bread to help mop up that delicious coconuty sauce. I loved every dish we had, though the Dal makhani was particularly special.

Serving sizes were generous and we had ordered way too much - no problem, the wonderful staff just packaged up the left-overs for us to take home.
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