Review on The Tiger's Pad
The Tiger's Pad is a godsend for commuters and others in search of authentic Indian food, this welcoming restaurant stands just a stone's throw from Sunningdale station. Inside, it has been fitted out in warm, contemporary style with ambient lighting, well-spaced tables and linen drapes. The 'tiger' theme shows in the striped patterns on the walls and 'pad' (paw) motifs on the windows.
Chef/proprietor Ajoy Sachdev has worked with some big names and he delivers a mix of Indian regional dishes with some influences from the West. Among the starters, look for char-grilled tiger prawns with saffron sauce or deep-fried stuffed chillies; main courses also range far and wide for South Indian stir-fried lamb narial, seafood takatin and achari murgh saalan (chicken cooked with pickling spices). Also look for the range of biryanis, authentically cooked in sealed pots. Drink Indian beer or dip into the list of around three dozen carefully selected wines, which offers a broad choice from single vineyards at very realistic prices.
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Ajoy Sachdev and Dharamvir Prasad
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm
Dinner: 6.00 - 11.00pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card