More about Carom
Named after an exotic spice, Carom in Soho is a vibrant blend of classic and contemporary Indian dining. Flavoursome dishes blended with aromatic spices sit alongside colourful cocktails, Indian wines and whisky, with diners able to play the Indian tabletop game of Carom.
The Carom menu specialises in casual dining, serving an eclectic range of sharing dishes. Diners can choose from the huge range of delicacies on offer, building up a meal to suit their exact tastes. Highlights from the menu include fresh seafood, like chilli fried squid ‘Mirch Makeli’ with coriander dip, and vegetarian options such as vegetable dumpling, cashew nuts and caramelised onion sauce. Tandoori dishes at Carom London are not over-spiced, and are offered with cooling yoghurt marinades.
Unlike so many Indian restaurants, Carom Soho serves Indian wines and whiskies, and also mixes up cocktails using small-batch spirits.
Luxurious and bursting with chic Indian innovation, Carom restaurant is 8 minutes’ walk from Leicester Square Tube Station.