The Sheraton Skyline hotel at London Heathrow airport has opened its new Indian restaurant, Madhu's Heathrow.
It is the first new restaurant from Madhu's since the opening of its renowned Indian restaurant in Southall, west London, over 33 years ago.
Madhu's Heathrow menu, which has been developed by the two Indian head chefs, Harash Narang and Gurmeet Singh Daul, offers Punjabi cuisine with a Kenyan twist, and includes secret recipes handed down over four generations of the Kenyan Anand family, owners of the Madhu's brand.
The restaurant features a Robata grill and dishes include: Bharwan Calamari, baby calamari with aromatic spiced salmon rillettes; Madhu's Machi, whole seabass in onion and carom seed marinade; Malai Murg, chargrilled mascarpone and cardamom infused chicken cubes; and Nyamah Choma, succulent prime cut lamb ribs, marinated in chilli and lemon charred on the grill.
The Madhu's Heathrow launch follows a complete redesign of the restaurant space at the Sheraton Skyline with the introduction of new furnishings in the Madhu's colours of black, red and gold; the creation of two Chivas private dining rooms which can seat up to 10 or 12 people and the installation of the Robata grill at the heart of the dining area.
Aside from its Southall restaurant, Madhu's is also known for being a caterer for Indian weddings and events across many of London's hotels, as well catering for Indian events hosted by the Royal Family at Clarence House and Windsor Castle. Madhu's speciality foods are also available in Harrods' and Harvey Nichols' food courts.
Madhu's Heathrow will be open daily for dinner from 6pm to 1130pm.