“A meal at Gymkhana is an education”, said Jay Rayner of The Observer. Cookery writer Ravinda Bhogal described the food there as pure "Ghar ka Khaana". That's Hindi for home cooking – no mean testament to a restaurant whose food is as gloriously beautiful as its décor is enjoyably eccentric. Set amongst the Georgian architectural beauty and 21st century mayhem that is Mayfair, this restaurant stands out against the high-end tourist-munching establishments of the area like a beautiful silk sari among business suits. A feast for the palate, ears and eyes, Gymkhana is worth every pretty penny.
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