Kahani – the high end, modern-Indian restaurant off Sloane Square – has a pre- and post-theatre menu for just £29 a head for three courses

Kahani has some incredible theatres on its doorstep, such as the renowned Cadogan Hall right next door to the restaurant, and other theatres such as The Chelsea Theatre, The Royal Court, The Saatchi Gallery and The Victoria Palace Theatre just a stone’s throw away.

The starters include the soft shell crunchy crab with Mangalorean spices, seasonal root vegetable salad with masala humus, and a delectable lamb seekh kebab brimming with flavour.

For mains, there’s a paneer tikka, a Keralan fish curry and a chargrilled chicken makhani for theatre lovers to delve into. And to finish the meal off with something sweet, there’s a sticky toffee pudding with an Indian twist, or a warm carrot and raisin fudge.

For those wanting to eat before the theatre, they’ll need to order between 5pm – 6:15pm, or if you fancy a bite afterwards the menu is available from 9:45.

Kahani also has a Bottomless Brunch offering for those who love Indian food and want to slip it down with delicious prosecco. The food menu comprises three courses for just £38, and for only £17 more prosecco lovers can have unlimited fizz on top.  

The regular tasting menu is for those looking to indulge in a 6-course feast so they can try a huge array of dishes from the menu. For £75 per person, the tasting menu has some of Kahani’s signature dishes, including the spiced chickpeas with sweetened yoghurt, mint, tamarind chutney and papdi, the Smoked Malabar prawns and the Somerset lamp chops.  

And to get the full experience, why not get the wine pairings for an additional £55, chosen especially by Kahani’s in-house wine sommelier and paired to perfection.  

Read our review here