Eat Pan-Asian food in a former fire station

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Where: Mathura


This fine dining restaurant from Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar offers food inspired by the cuisine of India, China, Iran, Afghanistan, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, among others. But its the setting that is as much of a draw as the menu, as it is housed within a Grade II listed building that was once Westminster Fire Station.


Fun fact: Mathura is named after a capital city of King Kanishka, an emperor of the ancient Kushan dynasty. 

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